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Romantic Moment of the Week: The Silver Petticoat Review’s Most Popular Romantic Moments

Romantic Moment of the Week: The Silver Petticoat Review’s Most Popular Romantic Moments


In July of 2013, we published our very first Romantic Moment of the Week. The idea of this feature was to celebrate romantic moments in films, books, and television. We wanted to highlight that connection between old-fashioned romance and modern entertainment.

Unsurprisingly, a significant number of modern films and television shows have elements of old-fashioned romance. The original intention was to put the spotlight on moments that occurred during the week. Although, that evolved to include classic romantic moments. Published nearly every Saturday, our goal was to add and encourage a dialogue on romantic moments. We felt it was something missing and something readers would enjoy.

Turns out, we were right! Our first feature was Linden and Holder from The Killing. With nearly 450 shares, it is in the top 15 of popular romantic moments based on page views. Since then, we’ve published over 100 romantic moments, including moments from literature. Each of these moments celebrates what epitomizes old-fashioned romance. They feature the type of romance that steals your breath and makes your heart pound at its sheer beauty. They honor romantic moments built through words, longing looks, and emotional beats. Come celebrate over four years of romantic moments with us!


The Silver Petticoat Review’s Most Popular Romantic Moments of the Week

(Ranked)

The Top Five Romantic Moments Based on Page Views

#1 Jack and Miss Fisher in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

Death at the Grand Recap - Jack and Miss Fisher

Jack and Miss Fisher. Photo: Acorn TV

One word. Banter. Okay, make it two words. Delightful banter.

#2 Tauriel and Kili in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

This one takes the term “star-crossed” to new heights!

#3 Tauriel and Kili in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Because they are that popular! Besides, one can never have enough angst! Be warned, though, this romantic moment has major spoilers!

#4 Luther and Alice from the BBC’s Luther

I’m pretty certain that any romantic scene featuring Idris Elba is going to end up a very popular romantic moment of the week!

#5 Jack and Elizabeth from When Calls the Heart

Jack (Daniel Lissing) and Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) in When Calls the Heart. Photo Credit: Hallmark Channel Crown Media

Love declarations are a particular weakness of mine! This one was a long time coming!


The Top Five Classic Romantic Moments of the Week

#1 Mr. Thornton and Margaret Hale of North & South

The train station kiss of all train stations kisses! Seriously, no other can compare!

#2 Harvey Specter and Donna Paulson from Suits

Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) in Suits. Photo Credit: USA Network

Slow burn at its finest…or at its worst! Each season, the romantic tension just builds. But this moment in Season 4? Whew!

#3 Max and Liz from Roswell

Remember this show? This sweet romance is as popular today as it was “back then!”

#4 Daniel and Gwendolen in Daniel Deronda

Confession: I’ve never seen Daniel Deronda. But this classic romantic moment prompted me to add it to my list!

#5 Audrey and Nathan from Haven

A first kiss! A love declaration! All wrapped into a classic romantic moment!

The Top Five Romantic Moments with 500 or More Shares

#1 With 1100 shares, Henri and Agnes from Mr. Selfridge

Soul mates, indeed!

#2 With 909 shares, Tauriel and Kili from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Most page views and close to 1000 shares! Star-crossed lovers are incredibly popular on The Silver Petticoat Review!

#3 With 739 shares, Eleven and Mike from Stranger Things

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Mike (Finn Wolfhard) and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) in Stranger Things. Photo Credit: Netflix

The pure innocence of first love and love’s sacrifice…that’s an awful lot for the Stranger Things’ kids.

#4 With 663 shares, Jack and Miss Fisher from Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

Popular to read and share, Jack and Miss Fisher feature in two categories of popular romantic moments of the week.

#5 With 642 shares, Luke and Jocelyn The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Aidan Turner as a moody werewolf??? Yes, please!

The Top Five New Romantic Moments Published Since October 2016

#1 Molly and Captain James of BBC’s Our Girl

Swoon-worthy….that is all I can say!

#2 Lucifer and Chloe from Lucifer

Fans of Lucifer certainly enjoyed this popular, romantic moment from 2017!

#3 Bonnie and Enzo from The Vampire Diaries

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Enzo (Michael Malarkey) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) in The Vampire Diaries. Photo Credit: The CW

For fans of Bonnie, this swoon-worthy, courageous moment is the stuff of dreams!

#4 Scarlet Heart: Ryeo’s 4th Prince and Hae Soo

This post convinced me to check out the show!

#5 Dwight and Caroline from Poldark

Spoiler warning for those who have not watched Season 3 of Poldark yet!

My Top Five Favorite Romantic Moments of the Week

Of course, I wasn’t going to let this opportunity to share my favorite Romantic Moments of the Week pass me by! As a long time fan of The Silver Petticoat Review, this weekly feature was, and remains, a favorite. Now, as a member of the team, it holds an even more special place in my heart – especially when I have the opportunity to contribute. So, after years as a fan and now, more recently as a contributing writer, here are my favorite Romantic Moments of the Week. (Confession: I wrote one of them but still…it was an amazing romantic moment!)

#1 Mulder and Scully from The X-Files

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Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson in The X-Files. Photo: Fox Broadcasting Company

Anyone who follows me on Twitter knows that these two are my absolute favorite alien-hunting duo! And this particular Classic Romantic Moment absolutely rocked my world! Still does!

#2 Arrow’s Oliver and Felicity

It was a rough few seasons for Olicity fans but it was worth it (sort of) for this heartbreakingly, joyful romantic reunion.

#3 Peggy and Steve in Agent Carter

I can’t explain why….I’m too busy sobbing!

#4 Nikita’s Michael and Nikita

What can I say, I have a thing for “battle couples.”

#5 Scott and Fran in Strictly Ballroom

This dance….whew! It was scorchingly intimate despite the number of eyes on them!

So, there you have it! The Silver Petticoat Review’s most popular Romantic Moments of the Week since our the feature debuted in 2013!

Don’t see your favorite moment above? Drop me a line below and tell me all about it!


Featured Image Photo Credits: The CW, Fox, BBC, Hallmark Channel Crown Media, DramaFever/SBS

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Catherine

Catherine is an avid reader and a self-declared professional binge watcher. It's not uncommon to find her re-watching a series or movie for the umpteenth time and still be crying into a box of tissues. When she's not hiding in her closet to read or watch a show or movie, Catherine is a wife, mother, and, in her spare time, a lawyer.

2 Comments

  1. Brooke

    Nathan and Audrey! Yay! I miss their romance every week!

    Reply
    • Catherine

      YES! It was so well-done…it never took over the story. It was always an integral part. Miss this show! Hope you enjoyed the list!

      Reply

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