These are currently the best period drama series to watch on Netflix!
I last updated what period dramas to watch on Netflix in 2019. So, I thought now was the perfect moment to update this hopefully helpful list.
Over the past few years, the list of period dramas to watch on Netflix has changed dramatically. At the same time, the selections have become more diverse, and the choices have increased. Not to mention, Netflix includes more original content from excellent period dramas all over the world.
And while several British productions have moved on to Amazon Prime Video and BritBox, Netflix still has several period dramas to watch on Netflix, including beloved favorites like Call the Midwife.
For period drama aficionados who love a good historical (or historical fantasy) binge, this list is for you! As before, this list focuses on Mini-Series and TV shows only. (The period films are for another day.) So, without further ado, here are 50 sensational period dramas to watch on Netflix.
(We aim to share series with less explicit content minus a few exceptions for artistic merit and/or genre interest. If a program is Rated TV-MA, we will let you know.)
Note: This post was first published in 2019 and has been updated for 2020. These titles are available to watch on Netflix in the US as of September 2020. Availability is subject to change.
50 Period Dramas to Watch on Netflix – Mini-Series and TV Shows
(In Alphabetical Order)
#1: Alias Grace (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: In 19th-century Canada, a psychiatrist weighs whether a murderess should be pardoned due to insanity. Based on Margaret Atwood’s award-winning novel.
Why You Should Check This Out: Road to Avonlea’s Sarah Polley adapted Margaret Atwood’s novel. Plus, Avonlea fans will also love seeing Mag Ruffman (Olivia) as a recurring character. On a different note, Sarah Polley is an amazing writer, and this series is no exception. I also loved seeing Zachary Levi in a period drama. Just don’t go into this one for romance.
Content: TV-MA but never feels vulgar or overly explicit. Furthermore, the director handles the rape and attempted abuse scenes tastefully. It’s more of a closed-door scenario. There’s one graphic love scene near the end of the show, and violence sprinkled throughout the series.
#2: Always a Witch (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: A young 17th-century witch time travels to the future to save the man she loves, but first must adjust to present-day Cartagena and defeat a dark rival.
Why You Should Check This Out: Who doesn’t love time-traveling stories about witches? Since I haven’t seen Always A Witch, I can’t comment on how much time the series spent in the 17th century.
#3: Anne with an E (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: A plucky orphan whose passions run deep finds an unlikely home with a spinster and her soft-spoken bachelor brother. Based on “Anne of Green Gables.”
Why You Should Check This Out: Okay, so this particular period drama on Netflix doesn’t ‘much’ resemble the beloved books. Still, the characters are well-drawn out, and the production quality is excellent. While some may have a hard time with plot points that deviate drastically from the novels, you can still enjoy this period drama as a separate entity.
On another Avonlea tidbit, R.H. Thompson (Jasper Dale) plays Matthew Cuthbert to perfection.
#4 Blood & Treasures (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: Condemned by a centuries-old vow to protect her kingdom’s treasures, an embittered spirit returns to seek justice against the man who wronged her.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you enjoy historical fantasy, international dramas, paranormal romance, and movies like The Mummy, you might enjoy this high budget Thai series! The series takes place in both the present and the past.
#5: The Bonfire of Destiny (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: After a devastating fire in 1897 Paris, three women find their lives upended by betrayals, deceptions, and romantic turmoil. Inspired by real events.
Why You Should Check This Out: While I haven’t seen more than the first episode yet, this French series seems excellent. If you are fascinated (like me) by historical dramas set around famous historical events, you should like The Bonfire of Destiny. The tragedy is the 1897 Bazar de la Charité, where numerous lives were lost.
Content: TV-MA for nudity, language, and smoking. This series is moderately explicit.
#6: Cable Girls (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: In 1920s Madrid, four women at the National Telephone Company ring in revolution as they manage romance, friendship and the modern workplace.
Why You Should Check This Out: Spanish cinema puts out some fantastic period dramas. Don’t just take my word for it, though, and read our full review on why Cable Girls is one romantic period drama that’s definitely worth your time.
Content: This series ranges between TV-14 and TV-MA for sexuality and nudity – the scenes are typically brief.
#7: Call the Midwife (2012)
Netflix Synopsis: This period drama set in impoverished East London in the 1950s follows a newly qualified midwife and her colleagues at a nursing convent.
Why You Should Check This Out: Not many TV shows follow mostly female characters and deal with female problems. The show is about a group of midwives and nuns working to help the people of Poplar and maybe even themselves in the process. The stories can be heartbreaking, uplifting, and sometimes even a little romantic.
The standout in this is, of course, the hilarious Miranda Hart. There aren’t enough words of love I can give this one! One of the most heartwarming and heartbreaking period dramas available.
Content: Call the Midwife is rated TV-14 mostly for realistic childbirth scenes.
#8: Cathedral of the Sea (2017)
Netflix Synopsis:In 14th-century Barcelona, a serf’s determined climb to wealth and freedom incurs the disdain of the noble class and the suspicion of the Inquisition.
Why You Should Check This Out: Besides the intriguing premise, fans of the Grand Hotel will appreciate one of the stars, Aitor Luna. He is the real-life older brother of Yon Gonzalez – star of Grand Hotel and Cable Girls. Aitor is just as talented onscreen!
Content: TV-MA for a moderate amount of nudity/sexuality. There is violence and frightening, intense scenes. Most of the explicit scenes are in episode four—however, some graphic content is in the series. There is a rape scene without nudity in episode seven.
#9: Charité/Charité at War (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: At Berlin’s Charité hospital in 1888, Ida finds romance, a path to her dream job and an inside look into cures for tuberculosis and diphtheria.
Why You Should Check This Out: This one is for viewers who like romance and medical period dramas with a feminist Victorian twist. Plus, it’s a German TV Series, something I haven’t seen available often enough in the US! The second season you need to search for separately. It takes place in 1943 in the same hospital.
Content: TV-MA for nudity. I’ve only seen a couple of episodes thus far; however, this series doesn’t seem particularly vulgar. Nude deceased bodies may occasionally be present due to the premise of the series.
#10: The Crown (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: This drama follows the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.
Why You Should Check This Out: While the first episode is a little slow, the series picks up from there. The Crown has excellent production quality, gorgeous costumes, a sufficient detail for historical accuracy (even when hugely embellishing the royals’ lives), and brilliant performances from all of the actors and actresses involved. Everyone is perfectly cast for these well known historical and famous figures.
Content: TV-MA. There is brief nudity, infrequent use of the F word sprinkled throughout the whole series, and one episode (season 2, episode 7) with a very explicit scene (if this bothers you, you can easily skip the sequence). Overall, the series feels TV-14 most of the time.
#11: Cursed (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: Armed with mysterious powers and a legendary sword, young rebel Nimue joins forces with charming mercenary Arthur on a mission to save her people.
Why You Should Check This Out: This period fantasy is a flawed, but fun watch – especially if you love Arthurian tales. If you like Byronic Heroes, you’ll also want to watch for the intriguing characterization of Merlin. While the series sometimes suffers from bad dialogue and a mediocre romance, the second half of the series improves, and it ends on a shocking cliffhanger.
Content: TV-MA for violence, sensuality. Cursed struggles to figure out what it wants to be. On the one hand, it feels like a sweet teen romance; on the other, the battle scenes are excessively gory and don’t match the rest of the series.
#12: DC’S Legends of Tomorrow (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: A mysterious “time master” from the future unites an unlikely group of superheroes and villains to save the world from a powerful evil.
Why You Should Check This Out: While a fantasy series, due to the time travel premise, the characters often visit historical periods – albeit without much accuracy. If you enjoy shows like Doctor Who, Timeless, or quirky comedy shows, you’ll likely appreciate this enjoyable superhero series.
The first season drags a bit, but it improves over time as the series finds its voice. You also won’t want to miss Brandon Routh (Superman) as Ray Palmer. His character is lovable and sweet and will leave you with a smile on your face.
#13: Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: Eight stories celebrating family, faith, love and forgiveness come to life in this series inspired by Dolly Parton’s iconic country music catalog.
Why You Should Check This Out: A couple of the stories are period dramas! Overall, the series is heartwarming and lovely and shouldn’t be missed if you appreciate uplifting drama, good music, and Dolly Parton.
#14 Dracula (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: The Count Dracula legend transforms with new tales that flesh out the vampire’s gory crimes – and bring his vulnerability into the light.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you enjoy Steven Moffat as a writer (Sherlock, Doctor Who), you might like his strange adaptation of Dracula. It was a little bit too odd for me, but it has excellent production quality with fantastic actors.
Content: TV-14 for violence and frightening situations.
#15 The English Game (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: Two 19th-century footballers on opposite sides of a class divide navigate professional and personal turmoil to change the game—and England—forever.
Why You Should Check This Out: Based on a true story, The English Game is a fabulous series from Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes. It has excellent characterization, fantastic writing, and lovely romances. It’s one of the best period dramas on this list and shouldn’t be missed.
#16 The Ghost Bride (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: In 1890s Malacca, Li Lan finds herself in the afterlife and becomes mired in a mystery linked to the sinister, deceased son of a wealthy family.
Why You Should Check This Out: This series is based on a bestselling novel and is a lot of fun. While the costumes aren’t period accurate, you’ll likely like this newer show if you enjoy paranormal romance and historical fantasy.
#17: Grand Hotel (2011)
Netflix Synopsis: To learn the truth about his sister’s mysterious disappearance, a young man infiltrates a hotel in the guise of a footman and begins an investigation.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you love Downton Abbey and don’t mind subtitles, then the Grand Hotel is a must-see TV Series set in Spain. The star-crossed love story between Alicia and Julio is exquisite. The best part is that all three seasons are now available on Netflix (for now). You don’t even have to wait for an ending.
Content: A few sensuality scenes are sprinkled throughout the show, but they are infrequent and not explicit. It is rated TV-PG.
#18: Halt and Catch Fire (2014)
Netflix Synopsis: Re-creating the dawn of the personal computer era, this digital drama tracks the fates of an industry visionary and his brilliant colleagues.
Why You Should Check This Out: I haven’t watched this show, but I have heard great things. Lee Pace stars in the drama set in the 1980s, and he is always good in everything he stars in – whether movies or TV.
Content: TV-14 for sexuality.
#19: High Seas (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: Two sisters discover disturbing family secrets after a string of mysterious deaths occur on a luxury ship traveling from Spain to Brazil in the 1940s.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you’re a fan of historical mysteries with lots of romance, and you like shows like Grand Hotel, you will love High Seas. It’s an addictive period romance series with great acting and has stories that will hook you from the first episode. Sadly, Netflix canceled the series after three seasons.
Content: TV-MA, but it should be TV-14. It’s mild.
#20 Land Girls (2009)
Netflix Synopsis: Follow the lives, loves, highs and lows of four members of the Women’s Land Army who are working at the Hoxley Estate during WWII.
Why You Should Check This Out: A period drama set in WWII, the series is about four women working the land during the war. While certainly not one of my favorites, there’s a lot of romance to go around to hold your interest.
#21: The Little Nyonya (2009)
Netflix Synopsis: An orphaned Chinese woman in Singapore refuses to yield to her lowly station in life, setting her family on a tumultuous course for generations.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you enjoy Cinderella stories, you should give it a chance. It was hugely popular when it aired and included a swoony romance! The series takes place in both the present and the past.
#22: Luna Nera (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: In 17th-century Italy, a teenager learns about her destiny among a family of witches, just as her boyfriend’s father hunts her down for witchcraft.
Why You Should Check This Out: This is another one I haven’t fully watched yet, but it seems promising. If you enjoy historical fantasies about witches, it might be worth checking out.
Content: TV-MA for nudity, although there was nothing in the first episode.
#23: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013)
Netflix Synopsis: Agent Phil Coulson, seen in action in Marvel’s The Avengers, assembles a team of top S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to investigate bizarre threats.
Why You Should Check This Out: Trust me when I say the series keeps improving over time. When Marvel released the showrunners from having to match up to the Marvel movies, the storytelling improves.
Now, while most of the series occurs in the present day, flashbacks show the early days of SHIELD with Agent Carter making an appearance. In the later seasons, there is also time travel. The final season (not on Netflix yet) has many stories in the past, and Enver Gjokaj from Agent Carter has an important role.
Content: TV-14 (mild).
#24: Medici (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: In 15th-century Renaissance Florence, the visionary Medici dynasty flexes its power in politics and the arts, risking its rivals’ lethal opposition.
Why You Should Check This Out: A fantastic cast: Richard Madden, Dustin Hoffman, Sean Bean, and Julian Sands, to name a few…
Content: TV-14/TV-MA. While it’s typically TV-14 elsewhere, there are extended explicit scenes on Netflix.
#25: Merlin (2008)
Netflix Synopsis: This family-oriented retelling of the King Arthur legend finds Merlin arriving in Camelot, where he hones his magic skills with the help of his uncle.
Why You Should Check This Out: Yes, sometimes Merlin can get COMPLETELY ridiculous, but that’s why we love it! Not unlike Smallville, Merlin follows a young Merlin, Arthur, Morgana, and Gwen before their destinies as we know them begins.
Worthy of note: possibly the hottest Lancelot of all-time guest stars every once in a while (okay, maybe Santiago Cabrera ties with Ioan Gruffudd), and Anthony Stewart Head of Buffy fame, plays the sometimes villainous and hilarious Uther.
#26: Morocco: Love in Times of War (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: A duchess leads a group of high-society Madrid women to Melilla during the Rif War to open a hospital and nurse the wounded amid rough conditions.
Why You Should Check This Out: This is another addicting Spanish period drama!
Content: While rated TV-MA, it feels more TV-14. There is war violence, gore, some profanities, and one sensual scene between a couple.
#27: Mr. Sunshine (2018)
Netflix Synopsis: A young boy who ends up in the U.S. after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident returns to Korea at a historical turning point and falls for a noblewoman.
Why You Should Check This Out: A Netflix original, Netflix is now distributing high budget Korean Dramas. So, if you love historical Korean romances, this epic series from Goblin‘s creator is a must-see!
Content: TV-MA for scenes of violence. No gore and nothing too explicit.
#28: My Country: The New Age (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: At the end of the Goryeo period, there were those who led the charge to proclaim a new age – and the ordinary individuals who risked everything.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you love historical K-Dramas, you’ll likely enjoy this uplifting drama series. It has romance and melodrama and is sure to keep you hooked!
#29: My Sassy Girl (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: A refined young Joseon scholar’s life turns upside down after he rescues a drunk princess who later accuses him of taking something precious from her.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you’re in the mood for romance, this fun Korean series is worth watching!
#30: The Princess Weiyoung (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: A princess descended from a ruined noble family disguises herself as the woman who saved her life and embarks on a mission to avenge her loved ones.
Why You Should Check This Out: This Chinese period drama series was one of the top Chinese series in 2016! Watch for romance, gorgeous costumes, and an entertaining plot.
#31: The Queen and the Conqueror (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: Years after Spanish conquistador Pedro de Heredia betrayed her people and broke her heart, indigenous woman Catalina reenters his life to get revenge.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you love telenovelas, you might like this Colombian series set in the 16th century. It’s not historically accurate, but it’s not meant to be.
#32: Rebellion (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: Dublin’s violent Easter Rising of 1916 ignites a long and bloody conflict between British military forces and Irish revolutionary fighters.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you’re interested in learning more about Irish history, you should check out this Irish drama series. It has a great cast and good production values.
Content: TV-MA (mild overall but still has full nudity, violence, and language)
#33: Reign (2013)
Netflix Synopsis: This vivid historical drama series tells of the rise to power of Mary, Queen of Scots, amid a court full of sexual and political intrigue.
Why You Should Check This Out: With Anne Shirley (Megan Follows) herself as the scheming Catherine de Medici, you can’t get more addictive then this underrated series. Sure the costumes aren’t authentic (a purposeful choice), but neither is the actual story based on Mary, Queen of Scots.
Romance, intrigue, and Catherine’s conniving plots keep me hooked for sure. Just don’t watch for historical accuracy as the series is more historical fantasy.
Content: This is rated TV-14 and includes some racy scenes. Nothing too graphic.
#34: Resurrection: Ertugrul (2014)
Netflix Synopsis: When a good deed unwittingly endangers his clan, a 13th-century Turkish warrior agrees to fight a sultan’s enemies in exchange for new tribal land.
Why You Should Check This Out: This is a top-rated Turkish series. While it has some similarities to Game of Thrones (with less explicit content), it has a more spiritual tone.
#35: The Rise of Phoenixes (2018)
Netflix Synopsis: When a secret from the past rears its head, a respected court scholar must choose between avenging her family and staying true to the prince she loves.
Why You Should Check This Out: This Chinese historical drama is perfect for those of us who love sweeping royal romances.
#36: Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: Free spirit Goo Hae-ryung embarks on a new life as a scholar in the Joseon royal court after hearing about a government post for women historians.
Why You Should Check This Out: Rookie Historian is an addictive romantic kdrama series you won’t want to miss. This is pure period drama escapism.
Content: TV-14 (mild)
#37: Secret of the Nile (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: When his sister disappears while working at the Grand Hotel, a man joins the staff to get answers. Inside its posh walls, he finds love and intrigue.
Why You Should Check This Out: While I haven’t seen this remake yet, it’s an Egyptian 1950s version of the Spanish cult hit, Grand Hotel. Hopefully, this newer take is just as romantic!
#38: Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madame C.J. Walker (2020)
Netflix Synopsis: An African American washerwoman rises from poverty to build a beauty empire and become the first female self-made millionaire.
Why You Should Check This Out: If you don’t go in expecting historical accuracy, you’ll love this inspirational series. It has an uplifting feel while also being super entertaining. Plus, Octavia Spencer is fabulous in the lead role.
Content: TV-MA for language. I’ve only seen the first episode so far, but it seems very mild and closer to TV-14.
#39: A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)
Netflix Synopsis: The extraordinary Baudelaire orphans face trials, tribulations and the evil Count Olaf in their fateful quest to unlock long-held family secrets.
Why You Should Check This Out: Okay, so this isn’t exactly a period drama, but the series feels out of time, so I thought I’d include it. Watch this one if you like ironic wit in the style of Pushing Daisies.
#40: Sherlock – Season Three’s “The Abominable Bride” (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: A special episode finds Sherlock and Watson in 1890s London, where they sign on to a mysterious case involving the specter of a murderous bride.
Why You Should Check This Out: While you can binge the entire series set in the present day, you won’t want to miss the special period drama episode in season three (episode four). Overall, the series is a massive hit for a reason and incredibly entertaining. If you like British crime series or British period dramas, this is the show for you. Plus, it stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.
#41: Stories by Rabindranath Tagore (2015)
Netflix Synopsis: The writings of Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore come to life in this collection of tales set in early-20th-century Bengal.
Why You Should Check This Out: The stories focus on female empowerment and are set in early 20th century Bengal, a setting not often explored in period dramas.
#42: Stranger Things (2016)
Netflix Synopsis: When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one strange little girl.
Why You Should Check This Out: Stranger Things is paranormal period fare at its best starring Winona Ryder. Check out this 1980s drama if you love the supernatural or films like The Goonies!
Content: While rated TV-14 overall, there are a few gory scenes that can make you queasy.
#43: A Touch of Green (2015)
Netflix Synopsis: Amid the turmoil of China’s civil war, families of Kuomintang pilots face the pain of leaving their homes but find strength in their shared bonds.
Why You Should Check This Out: It’s an award-winning Taiwanese drama series about three women. I haven’t watched it yet, but it sounds like an intriguing historical drama. It takes place between the years 1945 to 1971.
Content: TV-MA for language and smoking.
#44: Traitors (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: As World War II ends, a young English woman agrees to help an enigmatic American agent root out Russian infiltration of the British government.
Why You Should Check This Out: Spies and Keeley Hawes sounds like a great mix to me!
#45: Turn: Washington’s Spies (2014)
Netflix Synopsis: Set in 1778, this period drama recounts the story of Abe Woodhull, an American cabbage farmer obliged to begin spying on the British enemy.
Why You Should Check This Out: Turn is a period drama set during the American Revolution. I don’t know much about Turn, but one of the stars is Northanger Abbey‘s J.J. Feild, so there’s that…
Content: This show is rated TV-14.
#46: The Umbrella Academy (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: Reunited by their father’s death, estranged siblings with extraordinary powers uncover shocking family secrets — and a looming threat to humanity.
Why You Should Check This Out: Look, this is a weird show, so you have to like weird. But it’s super entertaining. (I binged this one in a few days.) And while this isn’t exactly a period drama, there were undoubtedly traces of it in season one’s alternate history. Moreover, one of the characters can time travel (he ends up in the 1950s at one point.) Season two takes place entirely in the past when the team time travels and gets stuck.
#47: The Vampire Diaries/The Originals (2009/2013)
Netflix Synopsis (The Vampire Diaries): Trapped in adolescent bodies [Damon isn’t but go with it], feuding vampire brothers Stefan and Damon vie for the affection of captivating teenager Elena.
Netflix Synopsis (The Originals): The Mikaelsons move to New Orleans and form an alliance with local witches in an effort to rule the city once again in this “Vampire Diaries” spinoff.
Why You Should Check This Out: Like all good vampire stories, there are several flashbacks to the past from ancient times up to the 1990s! We’re dealing with immortals, after all. You’ll want to watch both of these entertaining paranormal romances if you like romance, dark Byronic Heroes, and the edge of your seat entertainment. There’s never really a dull moment in either one. Plus, both shows are better on re-watch. Is anyone else missing Damon Salvatore?
Content: TV-14 for vampire violence and sensuality.
#48: Velvet/Velvet Coleccion (2014/2017)
Netflix Synopsis (Velvet): In 1950s Spain, the heir to a fashion house romances a beautiful seamstress who works for the company, despite the objections of his family.
Netflix Synopsis (Velvet Collection): In the late ’60s, fashion designer Ana enlists friends Clara, Pedro and Raúl to open a store and design school in Barcelona in this “Velvet” spinoff.
Why You Should Check This Out: Another Spanish import, Velvet is a classic class divide love story set in the 1950s and ’60s that will make you swoon. The production values are also fantastic in both.
#49: When Calls the Heart (2014)
Netflix Synopsis: Leaving behind her upper-crust city roots, a woman journeys west in the early 1900s to become a teacher in a small Canadian mining community.
Why You Should Check This Out: This wholesome period drama may get a bit cheesy at times, but I love the old-fashioned romance and heartwarming stories the show shares with the audience. Yes, sometimes it can get a little soapy (see season 2). However, the show is worth it for the love stories, female characterization, and small-town charm.
#50: Yanxi Palace: Princess Adventures (2019)
Netflix Synopsis: A determined Qing dynasty princess contends with palace intrigue and a vendetta against her family while navigating the treacherous terrain of romance.
Why You Should Check This Out: It’s full of royal intrigue, romance, gorgeous costumes, and good writing. This Chinese series is a must-watch if you enjoy royal period dramas with an emphasis on romance.
Content: TV-14 (mild)
As said above, because The Silver Petticoat Review typically focuses on less explicit content, I didn’t list all the period dramas on Netflix with overly explicit content, or series rated TV-MA that I haven’t seen yet (or was not able to research) to give a fair content note. So, judge for yourself based on your preferences. Some excluded period dramas that you may want to check out include:
- Babylon Berlin
- The Frankenstein Chronicles
- Hell on Wheels
- La Esclava Blanca
- The Last Czars
- The Last Kingdom
- Marco Polo
- Peaky Blinders
- Penny Dreadful
- Ripper Street
- The Borgias
- Troy: Fall of a City
- The Tudors
What period dramas on Netflix will you be binging this weekend? Sound off below…
Top Photo Credit: Grand Hotel (2011) – Netflix/Sky