Emma: A Victorian Romance Season 1 - Litebox
In 19th-century London, class lines are sharply drawn, and the social standing to which people are born dictates the path their lives will follow. Emma, an honest and hardworking young maid, never felt her place in life to be a burden. But then she met William, a member of the gentry and the eldest son of a wealthy family. His warm smile and earnest affection threaten to capture her heart... but can love truly conquer all?
Contains all 12 episodes of the first season.
Character Biographies, Textless Opening, Textless Closing, Japanese Promotional Commercial, Japanese TV Promotional Spots, Japanese DVD Commercials, US Season One and Season Two Trailers, Previews
Emma: A Victorian Romance Season 2 - Litebox
In the faraway village of Haworth, a new chapter in Emma's life has begun. Now employed by the wealthy Molders family, Emma has resolved to put the past behind her. She'll have to adjust to a new house, a charming (but eccentric) new mistress, and a host of fellow servants, some with buried pasts of their own.
Meanwhile, back in London, William is doing his best to uphold his father's wishes as the Jones family heir, but try as he might, he can't forget Emma. Yet, whenever he feels at his worst, Eleanor is always there to comfort him with a warm, shy smile. Could the answer to his broken heart be right before his eyes?
Contains all 12 episodes of the second act plus "Episode 0: Intermission," a recap/preview that aired prior to the start of the Season 2 telecast in Japan.
Textless Opening and Closing, Japanese Commercials, Trailers.
More About Emma: A Victorian Romance
A historical drama set in late 19th-century London, the series chronicles the love story - and the complications that result - when Emma, an honest and hardworking young maid, and William, an earnest suitor and member of the "gentry" class, fall for each other.
Spanning a total of 24 episodes between the two seasons, this anime adaptation of Kaoru Mori’s manga features direction by Tsuneo Kobayashi (The Twelve Kingdoms, Glass Mask OAV, Super GALS!) and scripting by Mamiko Ikeda (Sgt. Frog, Fruits Basket, Princess Tutu). The original manga was honored with an Excellence Prize at the 2005 Japan Media Arts Festival.
Emma: A Victorian Romance © Kaoru Mori • ENTERBRAIN, INC./Emma Production Committee.
Emma: A Victorian Romance 2 © Kaoru Mori • ENTERBRAIN, INC./Emma2 Production Committee