Dear Edward cast: Who’s in the Apple TV+ series?

Episode 1. Colin O’Brien in "Dear Edward," premiering February 3, 2023 on Apple TV+.
Episode 1. Colin O’Brien in "Dear Edward," premiering February 3, 2023 on Apple TV+. /

Dear Edward has arrived on Apple TV+ with the first three episodes and viewers are sobbing and completely invested in the charming characters. When it comes to a series or film, having the right cast is what truly makes it work, and the Dear Edward cast is incredible! Not sure who stars in the Apple TV+ series? Do you see any familiar faces?

The new drama is based on the novel of the same name by Ann Napolitano. At the time of this writing, the first three episodes are available to stream on the platform. The remaining episodes (there are 10 in total) will be released on a weekly basis each Friday at approximately 3:01 a.m. ET. Searching for an emotional series that will tug at your heartstrings? Dear Edward should do the trick.

At Rotten TomatoesDear Edward has a Rotten rating of 58% (as of Feb. 3), that doesn’t look too good. Why so low? Critics call the series emotionally manipulative and downright depressing. I recommend checking out the first couple of episodes to see if it’s a series you’re interested continue watching.

Dear Edward cast

The series stars:

  • Taylor Schilling (Orange is the New Black)
  • Connie Britton (The White Lotus)
  • Colin O’Brien
  • Carter Hudson
  • Amy Forsyth
  • Ivan Shaw
  • Maxwell Jenkins
  • Eva Ariel Binder
  • Anna Uzele
  • Idris Debrand
  • Audrey Corsa
  • Brittany S. Hall

The latest Apple TV+ drama follows Edward Adler (portrayed by Colin O’Brien), a young boy who is the lone survivor of a tragic plane crash that took the lives of his family. To cope and make sense of things, others affected by this accident decide to connect with each other in hopes of healing and an easier grieving period.

Will you be streaming new episodes of the series as they arrive on Apple TV+ or wait to see them later on in the weekend?

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