Summary: “Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, a brilliant, beautiful and talented Southern belle and the original flapper and an icon of the Jazz Age in the flamboyant 1920s. Zelda is a free spirit, who longs for a bigger and better life. When Zelda meets an unpublished writer named F. Scott Fitzgerald, a passionate, turbulent and notorious love affair emerges. This fictionalized biography pulls back the curtain on the wild parties and the music, as well the struggles, adultery, dark secrets and dashed dreams.”
Major binge watch alert! I planned on watching the first two, maybe three episodes of this show and ended up watching the entire season in a day…oops. To be fair, the episodes are only a half hour long.
Seriously though, why is a drama only 30 minutes?! Somehow, they manage to make the episodes feel satisfying in the shorter amount of time and I actually didn’t realize they weren’t hour longs until I looked at the clock a few episodes in.
Before this I’ve only heard of Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald, so I had no idea what to expect with the show. It starts before the couple has met and goes through their early relationship through the beginning of their marriage. In what seems like a short amount of time, they really go through a lot. Zelda seems like a great character and I am so interested to see where she is going to go next.
If you love the 20’s, you’re going to love the feel of the show along with its beautiful sets and costumes!
Available on Amazon Prime.