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My Lady Jane First Look From Prime Video

Prime Video has released the trailer, key art, and photos from My Lady Jane, the quick-witted romantic new series set in an alt-fantasy Tudor world. The series will premiere exclusively on Prime Video on Thursday, June 27, in more than 240 countries and territories around the world.

Inspired by the best-selling book, My Lady Jane is a radical retelling of English royal history, in which King Henry VIII’s son Edward does not die of tuberculosis, Lady Jane Grey is not beheaded, and neither is her rascal of a husband, Guildford.

My Lady Jane First Look From Prime Video

At the center of this rollicking new series is the brilliant and headstrong Jane, who is unexpectedly crowned queen overnight and finds herself the target of nefarious villains coming for the crown (and her head)… My Lady Jane is an epic tale of true love and high adventure, where the damsel in distress saves herself, her true love, and then the Kingdom.

The cast is led by newcomer Emily Bader in the titular role of Jane Grey. Starring opposite her is Edward Bluemel (Killing Eve) as Guildford Dudley. Jordan Peters (Pirates) plays King Edward.

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Dominic Cooper (Preacher) plays Lord Seymour, Anna Chancellor (Pennyworth) plays Jane’s mother, Lady Frances Grey, and Rob Brydon (The Trip) plays Lord Dudley, Guildford’s father. Jim Broadbent (The Duke) plays the Duke of Leicester, Jane’s uncle.

Henry Ashton (Creation Stories) plays Guildford’s brother, Stan, and Isabella Brownson (Napoleon) and Robyn Betteridge (The Wheel of Time) play Jane’s sisters. Kate O’Flynn (Landscapers) and Abbie Hern (Enola Holmes 2) portray the King’s sisters, Princess Mary and Princess Bess, respectively.

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The additional cast includes Máiréad Tyers (Extraordinary), Joe Klocek (The Dry), and Michael Workeye (This is Going to Hurt).

Creator Gemma Burgess (Brooklyn Girls trilogy) is co-showrunner/executive producer, and Meredith Glynn (The Boys) is co-showrunner/executive producer.

Jamie Babbit (Only Murders in the Building) directs five of the eight episodes and is producing director/executive producer.

Sarah Bradshaw (Citadel, The Mummy, HBO’s upcoming The Hedge Knight) and Laurie MacDonald (The Ring, Zorro, Men in Black, Gladiator) are executive producers.

My Lady Jane Key Art