A new weekly feature to let you know what to watch each week in the romance and period drama genres. From TV to Streaming to Movie Releases and even Video On Demand.

This week, if you’re a romantic period drama fan, then The Miniaturist should be on your radar as Part One premieres Sunday on PBS. It stars period drama queen Romola Garai and looks promising. You’ll also want to be on the lookout for the season finale of Take Two, a romantic crime series on ABC from the creators of Castle.

RELATED: Romance and Period Drama Watchlist For the Week of September 2

Below you’ll find premieres, new episodes of current shows, new movie releases, and new VOD for the week of September 9. What you won’t find are all the repeats, movies on every paid cable channel (HBO, Showtime, STARZ, etc.) or streaming, and other extraneous content. This watchlist is for what’s new or a special standout! Schedules and release dates are subject to change.

ROMANCE AND PERIOD DRAMA WATCHLIST:

Week of September 9 – September 15

(Times are EST)

Now Available

  • For current shows airing on Dramafever (Asian Dramas), go HERE.
  • For current shows airing on Viki (Asian Dramas), go HERE.

Sunday, September 9

Monday, September 10

Tuesday, September 11

Wednesday, September 12

Thursday, September 13

  •   season finale 

Friday, September 14

Saturday, September 15

Further Information: 

 Downton Abbey, My Mother and Other Strangers, and Poldark on

To find out the times for this week’s many romances and period dramas on TCM, check out the full schedule HERE.

What’s on your Romance and Period Drama Watchlist this next week? Let me know in the comments! 


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