Warning: Spoilers forward!

Dickinson is discovering the great in goodbye with its last season.

Sure, the nation is within the midst of a Civil Conflict, a tragic second in historical past that showrunner Alena Smith has been constructing as much as for the previous two seasons, however this season is (against the conflict) not all unhealthy for the Dickinson household.

The truth is, Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld) is rising extra certain of the particular person she desires to be, and Billy Eichner‘s character, Walt Whitman, is to thank for this pivotal change within the protagonist.

As Hailee instructed CelebHomes Information in a current interview, Walt comes into Emily’s life and helps her have her “popping out second” at a secret homosexual bar in New York Metropolis. In keeping with the actress, “His character is what brings Emily to this second and brings it out of her.”

With out divulging an excessive amount of concerning the episode, titled “That is my letter to the world,” Hailee merely mentioned that Billy’s scenes are to not be missed, describing his work as “such an electrical and emotional efficiency.”

Alena agreed, teasing, “It was simply such a wild journey and I can not think about anybody higher at main us on that journey than Billy.”