See Brie Larson Train Women To Replace Men

Brie Larson stars in the new teaser for her Apple TV+ series Lessons in Chemistry.

By Jessica Goudreault | Published

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A new teaser trailer from Apple TV+ shows Brie Larson will star in the upcoming tv series Lessons in Chemistry. While kicking ass and putting men in their place is nothing new for the Captain Marvel and Fast and Furious actress, this new show will have her training women to replace men. The quick glimpse of the show has audiences itching for more, but it won’t start streaming its first season until November 10, 2023.

The 44-second first look from Apple TV+ gives us a small window into what we can expect from Brie Larson’s new tv show. We see her as a stylish, proper 1960s woman working in a male-dominated science lab as one of her male coworkers tells her that she is one of the smartest people in the lab. She then transitions over to home life with a young daughter and a dog before being shown on the tv screen as she welcomes viewers to “Supper at Six.”

The new show Lessons in Chemistry is based on the New York Times bestselling book of the same name by author Bonnie Garmus. The fictional story follows Elizabeth Zott who is a brilliant and successful chemist who falls in love with a male colleague at Hastings Research Institute before winding up as an unsatisfied single mother running a cooking show. But her cooking style is just as innovative as her desire to challenge the status quo as she inspires women to embrace their power in society.

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Along with Brie Larson, Lessons in Chemistry will star Aja Naomi King, Stephanie Koenig, Debbie Pollack, and Kevin Sussman among others. The main love interest, Calvin Evans, will be played by Lewis Pullman who is known for his roles in Top Gun: Maverick, Bad Times at the El Royale, and Outer Range. The show is being produced by Aggregate Films, which boasts executive producers Jason Bateman and Michael Costigan.

The 33-year-old Academy Award-winning actress, Brie Larson, has been in front of the camera since 1998, when she was just nine years old. After appearing in small roles on tv shows, she began landing bigger roles in films like 21 Jump Street, Trainwreck, and Kong: Skull Island before breaking into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2019 as Captain Marvel. Later this year she will continue her superhero role in The Marvels, reprise her role in the animated series of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and will also star in a Netflix psychological thriller called The Mind’s Eye.

In addition to acting, Brie Larson has also dabbled in producing and directing several projects. Last year, she directed and executively produced an episode of the Disney+ series Growing Up that tells ten different coming-of-age stories. And for Lessons in Chemistry, Brie Larson will join Susannah Grant, Natalie Sandy, and Louise Shore as executive producers of the series.

Since Lessons in Chemistry is only based on one book, we can’t be sure if there will be more than one season. If all goes well, perhaps it will surpass Garmus’ novel and take on its own narrative, but will hopefully be better than the botched Game of Thrones ending.