The cable television network and Comcast have partnered with the Virginia Film Office to arrange the March 9 invitation-only premiere.
The miniseries, which was shot on location in Virginia and various sites in Europe, is the largest film project in the history of the state of Virginia. It is estimated to have pumped $80million into Virginia's economy, HBO said.
The first installments of the seven-part HBO Films miniseries are scheduled to debut back-to-back March 10, with other episodes airing on subsequent Sundays through April 20.
Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney star as John and Abigail Adams, while Stephen Dillane plays Thomas Jefferson, Tom Wilkinson plays Benjamin Franklin, Danny Huston plays Samuel Adams, David Morse plays George Washington, Sarah Polley plays Nabby Adams, Ebon Moss-Bachrach plays John Quincy Adams, Rufus Sewell plays Alexander Hamilton and Justin Theroux plays John Hancock.
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