Amazon's The Romanoffs Trailer

Amazon's The Romanoffs Trailer

Amazon Studios has released the full trailer for the upcoming anthology series The Romanoffs, which is the highly anticipated new show from Mad Men creator and showrunner Matthew Weiner.

Created, written, directed and executive produced by nine-time Emmy award victor Matthew Weiner (Mad Men), The Romanoffs is a one-hour contemporary anthology series that eight separate stories that focuses on people around the world that truly believe that they are descendants from the infamous Russian royal family.

We received a tease to the series last month, but the new trailer pulls the curtain back a little more, showing us the army of characters in the anthology who all claim they are a Romanoff.

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As the trailer continues, the voiceovers from various believers and those around them begin to question why being a descendant of the Romanoffs should have such a big impact on their lives. As seen in the trailer, the show features Aaron Eckhart, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Amanda Peet, Corey Stoll, Paul Reiser, Noah Wyle, Diane Lane, Kerry Bishe, Isabelle Huppert, Andrew Rannells, Griffin Dunne, Kathryn Hahn, Ron Livingston and so on and so forth. The former is explicitly confirmed by a few snippets from Radha Mitchell's episode, which was apparently shot on an entirely different aspect ratio.

It will premiere on the streaming service on October 12.

The first episode, entitled The Violet Hour, stars Eckhart, Marthe Keller, Ines Melab and Louise Bourgoin and is set in Paris, where an ancestral home holds the key to a family's future.

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