Category: British Dramas

Why the BBC Period Drama ‘North & South’ Matters

As BBC’s North & South celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, it’s time to give the period drama sleeper hit the recognition it deserves.

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Romance News Roundup: Watch the New ‘Miss Fisher’ Movie Trailer

In this week’s romance news roundup, new trailers for Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears and Emma are here. Plus, a new Disney romantic TV series is in the works, and Megan Follows returns to the world of L.M. Montgomery.

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15 of the Best Pride and Prejudice Adaptations, Ranked

To celebrate Jane Austen’s 244th birthday, we discuss the most well-known movie and TV Pride and Prejudice adaptations, ranking them from worst to best.

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Watch the New Emma Trailer (2020): Full of Humor and a Promising Cast

The new Emma stars The Miniaturist’s Anya Taylor Joy, the always memorable Bill Nighy as Mr....

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21 Time Travel TV Shows You Need to Binge-Watch

With romance, adventure, and fun plot twists, these time travel TV shows are sure to entertain.

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The Top 35 Enchanting Christmas Period Dramas To Watch

Here are five new Christmas period dramas, including Little Women and 30 old favorites to revisit over the holiday season.

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Coming Home (1998) Review: A Solid WWII Period Drama With Fine Performances

Coming Home (1998) is an ITV miniseries based upon Rosamunde Pilcher’s coming-of-age story of the same name. The series is set during World War II (pre and post as well) in England. It follows about a decade of the life and loves and travails of schoolgirl Judith Duncan, who comes of age as war erupts.

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Review: Downton Abbey is the Period Drama Movie of the Year

Downton Abbey may have ignited a new age in cinema, proving going to the movies can still be a magical experience. The Downton Abbey movie (written by creator Julian Fellowes) is glamourous, nostalgic, funny, romantic, clever, heartbreaking, and entertaining. It’s everything you expect to see in an excellent period flick. Will it make complete sense if you haven’t seen the TV show? Maybe not. But it’s not hard to follow and even Downton newbies in the audience were entertained. But what made the film ultimately so special was the experience itself.

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