EXCLUSIVE: First Look at PBS Drama 'Mercy Street' Starring Josh Radnor and Jack Falahee
By Stacy Lambe
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The American Civil
War has long been a focus of Hollywood. From The Birth of a Nation to 12
Years a Slave, it’s been reenacted on screen for 100 years. Now, PBS will
turn its focus to the era with the new miniseries, Mercy Street, which will go inside the homes affected by the war.
Based on real
events, the drama will tell the stories of those living in Alexandria,
Virginia, a border town between the North and South. By the spring of 1862, the
city became a melting pot of religion, ideologies, and strife filled with
soldiers, civilians, medical volunteers, and runaway slaves all trying to
ETonline has your exclusive first look at the series, which centers on two volunteer nurses with very different perspectives -- North abolitionist Mary Phinney (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and naïve Southern belle Emma Green (Hannah James) -- who come together at the Mansion House, a luxury hotel turned hospital owned by the Green family.
Filling out the rest of the ensemble cast are Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother) as surgeon Dr. Jedediah Foster, Gary Cole (Veep) as patriarch James Green, Sr., How to Get Away With Murder’s breakout star Jack Falahee as a Confederate spy, AnnaSophia Robb (The Carrie Diaries) as little sister Alice Green, and Luke Macfarlane (Brothers and Sisters) as the mysterious Chaplain Hopkins.