Dickinson is a historical comedy-drama series directed by Alena Smith that revolves around the beloved 19th-century New England poet Emily Dickinson. Exploring friends and the patriarchal and war-torn society of their time is a fantastic, humorous exaggeration of historical facts.
Season 3 of the series focuses on the American Civil War and highlights its far-reaching effects. We see Emily find the meaning of her poetry and delight when Higginson appreciates her words. She also realizes how much her father supports her when he refuses to send her to the insane asylum because of her exuberant imagination. Meanwhile, Henry finally manages to win the trust of the black Union soldiers, and he even helps them pass uniform control. However, he realizes the severity of her problem and decides to approach Higginson about her lack of weapons. On the other hand, Austin is drafted into the army shortly after he and Sue surprisingly settle their differences and look forward to raising their son. Of course, fans are concerned about the fate of their beloved characters in the upcoming episode. Here’s everything you need to know about Dickinson season 3 episode 7.
Dickinson Season 3 Episode 7 Release Date
‘Dickinson’ season 3 episode 7 will air on December 3, 2021 at 12 p.m. PT Apple TV + Have a premiere. The third season consists of 10 episodes with a running time of 27-35 minutes each. New episodes will be released every Friday and the season finale will air on December 24, 2021.
Where to watch Dickinson season 3 episode 7 online?
Dickinson Season 3 Episode 7 will be available exclusively on Apple TV + on the date and time listed above, as the series is an Apple Original production. Don’t forget that you need a subscription to access the episode! With an Apple TV + subscription, you have the convenience of downloading episodes old and new of Dickinson for offline viewing on your Apple devices and / or smart TVs.
Dickinson season 3 episode 7 spoilers
Dickinson Season 3 Episode 7 is titled The Future Never Spoke and will see Emily and Sue arguing about their relationship. Emily’s letters to Higginson and Sue’s preoccupation with her baby will likely be the sore spots of their conversation. In her moments of sadness and anger, Emily will wish to escape to a more carefree time. Austin, on the other hand, will be annoyed that he was drafted because he desperately wants to stay with his son instead of going to war. He has to choose whether to be a responsible father or a responsible man in wartime.
We will also likely see Henry confront Higginson that the soldiers have no weapons. Higginson could offer him some rebellious support, but if he doesn’t, Henry will have to take matters into his own hands. Whether or not Henry reached out to Betty and his daughter Helen could also be an important plot point. Back in Amherst, we’ll see if Emily’s mother continues to refuse to get out of bed, as her mood has been clouded by the family’s visit to the insane asylum and her own life as a housewife. Also, we’ll see how Vinnie will deal with her single woman status since all of her exes were killed in the war.