The series, which is based on the bestselling 2022 book by Bonnie Garmus, sees the Marvel star take on the role of a scientist in the 1950s and 60s called Elizabeth Zott who, after being fired from her lab, hosts a cooking show to educate housewives on science.
A new series of stills have now been released via Vanity Fair, which show Larson in a 1960s period look. Take a look below:
The new look comes ahead of Lessons in Chemistry's release next month, with the series set to comprise of eight episodes in total.
Speaking about adapting the show, creator Lee Eisenberg told Vanity Fair: “It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read. I thought the character was just so vibrant and really unlike anything I’d ever seen.”
Costume designer Mirren Gordon-Crozier also praised Larson, noting that the character of Elizabeth “has a lot of similar characteristics to Brie.”
“She’s very strong. She’s very highly intelligent. One of the smartest people I’ve ever met – and really puts her foot down,” she added.
Lessons in Chemistry is set to stream on Apple TV+ from October 13 worldwide.
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