Carrie Coon On The Gilded Age, Elaborate Costumes And Working With Julian Fellowes

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With stellar TV performances including The Leftovers, The Sinner and Fargo already under her belt – not to mention The Nest and Ghostbusters: Afterlife on the big screen recently – Carrie Coon is now taking a step backwards into period drama with her role as Bertha in Julian Fellowes’ lavish new show The Gilded Age. Out now on Sky Atlantic / NOW, it tracks the social climbing of two households in New York in the 1880s, as ‘new money’, new-in-town Bertha clashes with the ‘old money’, old-school mindset of Christine Baranski’s Agnes. Coon stopped by the Pilot TV podcast this week to talk about the show, Bertha’s gorgeous costumes, and how she’d like a little more comedy in her career going forward. Have a listen here:

To hear the full episode, including reviews of The Gilded Age, post-apocalyptic series Station Eleven, BBC police drama The Responder, murder mystery The Afterparty and the fourth season of The Sinner, plus an interview with Stanley Tucci, subscribe to the Pilot TV podcast now – new episodes drop every Monday!

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