Fans of The Girl from Plainville on Hulu are eager to learn more about the character Susie Pierce and the actual friend of Carter she is based on as the series prepares to air the penultimate episode of the case that has been taken from the Michelle Carter case.
We provide an episode guide for the series as well as an explanation of Alice Felzmann’s identity and her relationship to Michelle Carter’s case and the Hulu show.
The Girl from Plainville, a Hulu original film directed by Elle Fanning and written by Liz Hannah and Patrick Macmanus, centers on the events that led to Conrad Roy’s death and his lover Michelle Carter’s involuntary manslaughter.
Alice Felzmann from Massachusetts: Who Is She?
A real-life girl named Alice Felzmann from Bellingham, Massachusetts, first met Michelle Carter in the summer of 2012, and the two fell in love right away.
According to Esquire through Bustle, Felzmann and Carter became great friends while playing softball together, despite the fact that Felzmann’s mother disliked Carter.
As soon as she noticed how close they had become and how Carter had “latched on” to her daughter, Felzmann’s mother ordered her to cease speaking to Carter, which she complied with.
Esquire also claims that there might have been a romance between Carter and Felzmann because, according to journalist Jesse Barron, Carter wrote Felzmann love notes.
Is Alice Felzmann the Origin of Susie Pierce?
Yes, Alice Felzmann is the inspiration for the fictional Susie Pierce from The Girl from Plainville; Susie isn’t real.
In the same way that Carter and Felzmann did in real life, Susie, played by Pearl Amanda Dickson, develops a strong friendship with Elle Fanning’s Michelle Carter.
Similar to how Alice’s mother was forced to break up her connection with Carter, Susie’s mother coerces both individuals to discontinue their acquaintance after reports of a budding romance emerged.
The Girl from Plainville Season One Episode Count
Eight episodes make up the entirety of The Girl from Plainville’s first season on Hulu.
As is customary for Hulu, the first three episodes were all posted at once and are currently available for streaming on the website. Thereafter, new episodes will be released every week.
Please mark your calendar with the episode names and air dates marked below:
- Star-Crossed Lovers and Such, Part 1 – Tuesday, March 29, 2022
- Tuesday, March 29, 2022 — Episode 2: Turtle
- On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, watch episode three of “Never Have I Ever.”
- Can’t Fight This Feeling Anymore, episode 4, airs on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.
- Tuesday, April 12, 2022 — Episode 5: Mirrorball
- Tuesday, April 19, 2022 — Episode 6: Talking Is Healing
- Tuesday, April 26, 2022 — Episode 7: Teenage Dirtbag
- Tuesday, May 3, 2022 — Episode 8: “Blank Spaces”
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