Apple TV+‘s newest series is the period drama The Buccaneers which premiered on November 8th with the first 3 episodes. Inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edith Wharton’s final novel of the same title, the series follows a group of young American girls in the 1870s who head to London to find themselves matches. What ensues is a culture clash and it soon becomes apparent that the girls are focused on much more than simply finding husbands. The Buccaneers cast is made up of actors who many know from past projects and some new faces.

While you wait for new episodes to drop each Wednesday until the season 1 finale on December 13th, here are 10 movies and shows to watch featuring The Buccaneers cast.

Dive Club (2021) – Aubri Ibrag (Lizzy Elmsworth)

Who else is in it: Miah Madden, Georgia-May Davis, Aubri Ibrag, Sana’a Shaik, Mercy Cornwall, Joshua Heuston, Alexander Grant, Joseph Spanti, Phoenix Mendoza 

Synopsis: “On the shores of Cape Mercy, a skillful group of teen divers investigate a series of secrets and signs after one of their own mysteriously goes missing.”

Where to watch: Netflix

Do Revenge (2022) – Alisha Boe (Conchita Closson)

Who else is in it: Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, Austin Abrams, Jonathan Daviss, Ava Capri, Paris Berelc, Talia Ryder, Rish Shah, Maia Reficco, Sophie Turner

Synopsis: “After a clandestine run-in, Drea (Alpha, fallen it girl played by Camila Mendes) and Eleanor (beta, new alt girl played by Maya Hawke) team up to go after each other’s tormentors. Do Revenge is a subverted Hitchcock-ian dark comedy featuring the scariest protagonists of all: teenage girls.”

Where to watch: Netflix

Good Girls (2018-2021) – Christina Hendricks (Mrs. St. George)

Who else is in it: Retta, Mae Whitman, Reno Wilson, Manny Montana, Lidya Jewett, Isaiah Stannard, Matthew Lillard, David Hornsby, James Lesure, Zach Gilford, June Squibb, Sally Pressman, Allison Tolman

Synopsis: “When three suburban moms get tired of trying to make ends meet, they decide it’s time to stick up for themselves by robbing the local grocery store. But when the manager catches a glimpse of one of them and the loot is far more than they expected, it doesn’t take long for the three best friends to realize the perfect getaway will be harder than they think.”

Where to watch: Netflix

The Hole in the Ground (2019) – Simone Kirby (Miss Testvalley)

Who else is in it: Seána Kerslake, James Quinn Markey, Steve Wall, Eoin Macken, Sarah Hanly, James Cosmo, Kati Outinen

Synopsis: “A single mother living in the Irish countryside with her son begins to suspect he may not be her son at all, and fears his increasingly disturbing behavior is linked to a mysterious sinkhole in the forest behind their house.”

Where to watch: DIRECTV, Kanopy, Max

How to Blow Up a Pipeline (2023) – Kristine Froseth (Nan St. George)

Who else is in it: Ariela Barer, Lukas Gage, Forrest Goodluck, Sasha Lane, Jayme Lawson, Marcus Scribner, Jake Weary, Irene Bedard, Olive Jane Lorraine, Melissa Chambers

Synopsis: “A crew of young environmental activists execute a daring mission to sabotage an oil pipeline in this taut and timely thriller that is part high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of the climate crisis.”

Where to watch: Hulu

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018) – Josh Dylan (Lord Richard Marable)

Cast: Christine Baranski, Jessica Keenan Wynn, Pierce Brosnan, Jeremy Irvine, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth, Hugh Skinner, Andy García, Meryl Streep, Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Stellan Skarsgård, Julie Walters, Alexa Davies, Cher, Maria Vacratsis

Synopsis: “Ten years after Mamma Mia! The Movie grossed more than $600 million around the world, you are invited to return to the magical Greek island of Kalokairi in an all-new original musical based on the songs of ABBA.”

Where to watch: Apple TV, Vudu

Moxie (2021) – Josie Totah (Mabel Elmsworth)

Who else is in it: Hadley Robinson, Lauren Tsai, Alycia Pascual-Peña, Nico Hiraga, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Amy Poehler, Sydney Park, Anjelika Washington, Josephine Langford, Sabrina Haskett, Marcia Gay Harden, Ike Barinholtz, Emily Hopper, Clark Gregg,

Synopsis: “Fed up with the sexist and toxic status quo at her high school, a shy 16-year-old finds inspiration from her mother’s rebellious past and anonymously publishes a zine that sparks a school-wide, coming-of-rage revolution.”

Where to watch: Netflix

The Outpost (2018-2021) – Imogen Waterhouse (Jinny St. George)

Who else is in it: Jessica Green, Jake Stormoen, Anand Desai-Barochia, Andrew Howard, Reece Ritchie, Robyn Malcolm, Kevin McNally, Aaron Fontaine, Izuka Hoyle, Adam Johnson, Georgia May Foote

Synopsis: “Talon, the lone survivor of the Blackbloods, sets off to track her family’s killers, and discovers her supernatural powers, which she must learn to harness.”

Where to watch: Hoopla, Freevee, Vudu

Shadows (2022) – Mia Threapleton (Honoria Marable)

Who else is in it: Saskia Reeves, Lola Petticrew

Synopsis: “Alma and Alex, two teenage sisters, are survivors of a catastrophic event. They live deep in the woods with their Mother, a strict, overprotective woman who has sheltered them from ominous presences, the Shadows, which live in the daylight and infest the world beyond the river. When they follow Mother out for hunting, Alma and Alex start a series of events which will make them discover the truth about the Shadows and their own reality.”

Where to watch: Prime Video, Tubi

Victoria & Abdul (2017) – Fenella Woolgar (Lady Brightlingsea)

Who else is in it: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eddie Izzard, Adeel Akhtar, Michael Gambon, Paul Higgins, Olivia Williams, Julian Wadham, Jonathan Harden

Synopsis: “The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s remarkable rule. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favor with the Queen herself. As the Queen questions the constrictions of her long-held position, the two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy. As the friendship deepens, the Queen begins to see a changing world through new eyes and joyfully reclaims her humanity.”

Where to watch: Netflix


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