Daisy Jones & The Six is an upcoming Amazon Prime Video streaming television miniseries, based on the book of the same name written by Taylor Jenkins Reid. The miniseries is set to consist of ten episodes. While the story is presented in a documentary style, including background interviews with the band, this is a fictional story that captures the essence of creativity in the erratic, wild world of the 1970s.
Daisy Jones & The Six is an award-winning novel about a 1970s rock band that goes on to become one of the world’s biggest groups. Amazon Prime Video gave the green light to a small-screen adaptation mere months after the novel was published in 2019. Newsweek has all the details on the program, including the premiere date, actors, plot, and more.
Daisy Jones and The Six Release Dates that Have Been Predicted
Hollywood shutdowns led the cast and crew of Daisy Jones and the Six to postpone filming for nearly a year, as they had done with several recent programmed. However, in September 2021, Keough stated that the series has finally begun filming in Los Angeles, the ideal setting for this glitzy and brutal tale. The group announced the completion of the first block of filming on social media in December.
As of late March, they were most likely filming in New Orleans, according to Chacon’s amusing Instagram photo of the cast partying in the French Quarter. According to all of this, the series might be available by the end of 2022.
The series also stars Suki Waterhouse as Six keyboardist Karen Sirko, Will Harrison as Six guitarist Graham Dunne, and Sebastian Chacon as Six drummer Warren Rhodes, in addition to Jones and Claflin. Daisy’s best friend Simone Jackson is played by Nabiyah Be, and Billy’s wife Camila Dunne is played by Camila Morrone. Eddie Roundtree, who looks to be based on the book character Eddie Loving, who was one of The Six’s guitarists, will be played by Josh Whitehouse. Rod, the band’s manager, will be played by Timothy Olyphant.
The book follows the band from its humble beginnings in Billy’s garage through their meteoric ascent to prominence after the inclusion of Daisy as a singer. The series’ plot has yet to be revealed, but it appears that the show will follow a similar path. Expect plenty of band infighting and infidelity, as Jenkins Reid has indicated she was partly inspired by the drama between Fleetwood Mac members in the 1970s.
The Original Sources
Daisy Jones isn’t part of a series, but it does contain references to Jenkins Reid’s other works, such as Malibu Rising and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.
Netflix is also developing a TV version of the latter novel, but it’s unclear whether the two episodes will be connected in any way.
Several real-world musicians have been enlisted to bring the book’s musical lyrics to life. Blake Mills, a singer-songwriter who has collaborated with Fiona Apple, Lana Del Rey, and The Chicks, will write the show’s music. Tony Berg is also on hand as a producer, and the actors’ voice instructors are Malcolm McRae and Kane Ritchotte.
Behind-The-Scenes of Daisy Jones & the Six
We don’t have any official promotional photos yet, but some of the cast members have provided photos from the New Orleans shoot to help us pass the time. Take a look at Riley Keough’s Instagram photo from the first day of filming, as well as Sebastian Chacon’s sneak peek from last month.
A Star-Studded Cast Is Led by Riley Keough
Daisy Jones, the ingenue herself, will be played by Riley Keough, a rising Hollywood actress. After the news was announced in November, Keough commented on Instagram, “I’m very proud to be your Daisy.”
This musical drama’s casting couldn’t be more ideal. Elvis Presley’s granddaughter, Keough, is a rock ‘n’ roll legend herself (her mother is Lisa Marie Presley). Keough’s first feature film role was in The Runaways, a film about an all-female band in the 1970s.
Is ‘Daisy Jones & the Six’ Getting a Trailer?
No, Not Yet. a Trailer Will Most Likely Be Released Closer to The Premiere Date of The Show.
In the Meanwhile, Daisy Jones & the Six Is Available Now on Amazon for $20.62 in Print and $12.99 on Kindle.
Daisy Jones & the Six Is in The Works Right Now.