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October 21, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Average Demand for The Great is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

A royal woman living in rural Russia during the 18th century is forced to choose between her own personal happiness and the future of Russia, when she marries an Emperor.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: May 15, 2020

Also Known As: Velika, Великая |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

queen
russia
king
18th century

Company Credits

Production Co: Thruline Entertainment, Echo Lake Entertainment |  See more »

Cast

Ashwin Bolar
as Doctor Smirnov
Sacha Dhawan
as Orlo
Jordan Kagaba
as Footman/Guard 2
Nicholas Hoult
as Peter
Miles Jupp
as Maxim the Painter
Raphael Sowole
as Ambassador Anders
Alistair Green
as Count Smolny
James Berkery
as Dancer
Richard Curtis
as Russian Soldier
Sebastian De Souza
as Leo
Alfredo Tavares
as Aristocrat
Louis Hynes
as Vlad
Alexander Mecla
as Male Courtier
Dustin Demri-Burns
as Voltaire
Jodi Hutton
as Courtier
Douglas Hodge
as Velementov
Gillian Anderson
as Joanna
Charity Wakefield
as Georgina
Stewart Scudamore
as Tolsten
Obie Matthew
as Courtier
John Sessions
as Bishop Tarcinkus
Anthony J. Abraham
as Captain
Ashley Hudson
as Guard
William DeAtley
as Guard #5
Rob Day
as Military Guard
Natalie Dew
as Lizaveta
Adam Godley
as Archbishop
Geoff Bell
as General Ekberg
Liv Hill
as Angeline
Robert Jarvis
as String Quartet First Violin
Matthew Churcher
as Dancer
Martin Bratanov
as Russian POW
Bayo Gbadamosi
as Arkady
Lorenzo Vigevano
as Guard
Teresa Mahoney
as Courtier
Dave Simon
as Royal Courtier
Waleed Akhtar
as Oleg Kaminsky
Mark Gooden
as Courtier
Mark Ramsay
as Bishop Kalinka
Julian Ferro
as Courtier
Tristan Beint
as Lieutenant Bukharin
Florence Keith-Roach
as Tatyana
Grace Chilton
as Servant
Troy Kenchington
as Swedish Soldier
Asheq Akhtar
as Chef Louis
Glen Passingham
as ADC to Velementov
Elle Fanning
as Catherine
James Cork
as Palace Guard
Charlie Price
as Ivan
Scott Karim
as Brisky
Daniel Joseph Woolf
as Military Officer
Michael Odin Cartwright
as Russian Soldier/Soldier
Dee Pearce
as Courtier
Komal Amin
as Unknown Lady of the Court
Scarlett Maltman
as Countess Dolzhikov/Countess Dolzikov - Lady of the Court/Lady of the Court
Kemal Shah
as Military General
Freddie Fox
as King Hugo
Shane Askam
as Russian Soldier
Tallulah Conabeare
as Kid
Abraham Popoola
as Rostov
Phoebe Fox
as Marial
Danusia Samal
as Lady Antonia Svenska
James Smith
as Count Gorky of Norilsk
Christianne Oliveira
as Countess Belanova
Michael Mortimer
as Royal Footman
Elliot Morris
as Orphan
Liam Fleming
as Guard 1
Roman Green
as Amputee Footman
Joshua Dako
as Boris
Daniel Tuite
as Lieutenant One
Joakim Skarli
as Footmen Joe
Grace Molony
as Queen Agnes
Digby Wood
as 1st Page Boy
Blake Harrison
as Colonel Svenska
Paul O'Kelly
as Soldier
Gwilym Lee
as Grigor/Grigor Dymov
Dan Wyllie
as Garry Ilyich Brezhnev
Katarina Martin
as Countess
Oliver Simms
as Russian Palace Guard
Jamie Demetriou
as Doctor Chekhov
Phill Webster
as Palace Guard
Kemi-Bo Jacobs
as Marina
Alexis Bennett
as Musician
Claire Ashton
as Downstairs Maid
Keon Martial-Phillip
as Russian POW/Soldier Vasily
Christophe Tek
as Tartar Nick
Belinda Bromilow
as Aunt Elizabeth
Ezra Faroque Khan
as Bishop Leontius
Nikkita Chadha
as Courtier Dancer
Josh Weston
as Dancer
Richard Pyros
as Count Raskolnikov
Sebastian Senior
as Footman
Imogen Ruby Little
as Wench

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 1 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Gold Derby Awards 2020

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Comedy Supporting Actor

Hollywood Critics Association 2020

Winner

Hollywood Critics Association

Best New Streaming Series (Comedy)

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