Former Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer has arrived in the City of Angels. The Penny Dreadful spinoff series, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, saw Dormer for the first time in the series (via Entertainment Weekly). Dormer plays the role of a demon named Magda in the series. Producer John Logan tells EW that Magda is the character who “makes it Penny Dreadful.”
She plays in one of the major themes of the show, “demonization of the other.” You can see two pictures of Penny Dreadful: City of Angels in the Cities. Penny Dreadful: City of Angels start this production in August. It is expected to debut in 2020.
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels is the spiritual sequel to Penny Dreadful. Where Penny Dreadful was founded in Victorian London, it was founded in 1938 in Los Angeles City of Angeles during a time filled with political and social tensions. The new series will include new characters, a new story, and new themes, but will still be set in the same universe as the original.
Penny Dreadful: The City of Angels begins with a murder that shakes the city. Detective Tiago Vega (Daniel Jovatto) is on the case and soon finds himself caught up in a story stuck in Los Angeles history that touches the construction of the freeway for the first time in the city and its connection to traditional Mexican-American folklore. The Third Reich’s espionage efforts and the advent of radio evangelism.
The series also stars Brent Spinner as Precant Captain Ned Vanderhoff at Helenbeck Police Station in Bottle Heights. Attack on the owners of both Vega and Louise Michener (Nathan Lane). Reforming an experienced police officer, who tries to maintain order in a rapidly changing city.
Amy Madigan plays Miss Adelaide Finister, the mother of radio evangelist Sister Molly (Carrie Bianche). Adelaide handles the finances of the church and oversees its growing power and reach in the city. Lynn Shay, Dottie Minor, will play the role of Messer as a devoted friend and friend to carry out the efforts of the Third Reich in Los Angeles.