The Nevers Season 1, Part 1 DVD exclusive clip: Introducing the Touched

The Nevers Season 1 -- Photograph by Keith Bernstein/HBO
The Nevers Season 1 -- Photograph by Keith Bernstein/HBO /

The Nevers Season 1, Part 1 is heading to DVD and Blu-ray very soon. Take a look inside one of the bonus features you’ll get.

The Nevers is about a group of individuals who are “Touched.” They’re mostly women, but some men have gained special abilities too. Each of the “Touched” have one power, something that connects to who they were before they were gifted with the ability.

The first six episodes took us on a wild ride when it premiered in April 2021 on HBO. We got a few answers, but we ended up with a lot of new questions. We’re waiting for the second half of the season, and before that happens, we get the season on DVD and Blu-ray.

As usual, the DVD and Blu-ray boxsets have bonus features that you won’t want to miss. One of them is a featurette on who the Touched are, and we have an exclusive clip from that featurette to share.

The Nevers Season 1, Part 1 DVD bonus exclusive clip

The clip goes into an introduction into these people in the Victorian society. It’s not just about who they are, but how they’re viewed by the patriarchal society.

In the clip, Olivia Williams, who plays Lavinia Bidlow on the series, shares a little about what the word “Touched” means to her. It’s a sweet story, especially with the way it connects to the series and one character in particular.

Ann Skelly and Laura Donnelly, who play Penance and Amalia respectively, also talk about the characters and how they don’t fit into society.

This is just a small part of this featurette titled A Touch Of Power: The Themes Of The Nevers. It’s a look at all the themes that are explored in the series because this is more than just being about a group of supernatural beings coming together.

Take a look at the clip below:

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The Nevers Season 1, Part 1 is on DVD on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Watch the series on HBO and HBO Max.