“Lucifer” star Tom Ellis, steampunk He has joined the cast of Hulu’s miniseries “Washington Black” starring Sterling K. Brown to star as its inventor, Christopher “Titch” Wilde. Described as an epic nine-part adventure series based on the novel of the same name by Esi Edugyan, “Washington Black” is about the extraordinary adventures of 11-year-old George Washington “Wash” Black in the Barbados sugar field in the 19th century, and he must escape a shocking death. The person is threatening to turn his life upside down.
Brown will play the candid, higher-than-life Medwin Harris, who travels the world after a traumatic childhood as a black refugee in Nova Scotia. Ellis most recently starred as the devil himself Lucifer Morningstar in the Netflix (and formerly Fox) drama “Lucifer.” His character, Titch, is described as an eccentric and passionate steampunk inventor who masks an inner vulnerability with youthful enthusiasm. A disturbing death on his family’s sugar plantation takes Titch on an extraordinary journey with young George Washington Black by his side.
Titch finds himself thrust into the position of mentor and father figure for Wash, and is caught off guard for the role. Because Titch lives in the shadow of his own father, he gets involved in an inevitable showdown that threatens to sentence both him and Wash to death. According to Hulu and Studio 20th Television, “Washington Black” is the story of a singular young man. From the scorching Barbadian heat to the Arctic ice, she travels the world and finds unexpected, fulfilling love along the way. While Wash meets many mysterious people on his journey, he quickly discovers that a single person is the engine of his hero’s journey.
Ellis starred in the cast, which included Ernest Kingsley Jr. as Washington Black, Eddie Karanja as Young Washington Black, Iola Evans as Tanna Goff, Edward Bluemel as William “Billy” McGee, Sharon Duncan-Brewster as Miss Angie, and Brown as Medwin Harris. joined. “Washington Black” is being adapted by showrunner Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, series writer Jennifer Johnson, and Gotham Group’s Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Jeremy Bell, Lindsay Williams, and DJ Goldberg, who executive produce with Brown under the Indian Meadows Productions brand.