After living a miserable life with her aunt, orphaned Jane Eyre is sent to Lowood, a residential school for children of limited means. Jane takes the advice of her friend and over many years takes her studies seriously, eventually advertising for a position as a governess. She obtains a position in the home of Edward Rochester, where his ward, Adele, has recently come to live. She soon realizes that there is something odd in the house and she regularly sees shadowy figures in windows or hears voices. No one will admit to their being anyone else in the house, however. As she and her new employers develop a deep affection for one another, the secret of the Rochester household threatens to keep them apart.

Jane Eyre - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1983-10-09

Jane Eyre - Jane Eyre (1997 film) - Netflix

Jane Eyre is a 1997 British television film that first appeared on the ITV (TV channel) and stars Samantha Morton in the title role. It is an adaptation of Charlotte Brontë's novel of the same name. This version of the story is notable for omitting the middle scenes with Mrs Reed, the Rivers' relationship to Jane, and her paternal uncle's inheritance from his estate in Madeira. It was originally shown on ITV on 9 March 1997 in the UK and shown on A&E-TV on 19 October 1997 in the USA. Sometimes repeated on ITV3.

Jane Eyre - Cast - Netflix

Samantha Morton as Jane Eyre Ciarán Hinds as Edward Fairfax Rochester Laura Harling as Young Jane Rupert Penry-Jones as St. John Rivers Gemma Jones as Mrs. Alice Fairfax Timia Berthome as Adele Michael Denigris as Mr. Brocklehurst Abigail Cruttenden as Blanche Ingram Ben Sowden as John Reed Deborah Findlay as Mrs.Reed

Jane Eyre - References - Netflix