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Both the Poldarks and the Durrells have their final adventures this season when MASTERPIECE returns to GPB on Sunday, September 29.
Spring has sprung here at GPB and we’re ready to usher in a new season of British programming.
If you’re a fan of all things British, you’ll want to clear your calendar as we’ll be bringing you comedies and dramas each weekend this winter.
As part of our Season of Giving this year, we’re bringing you a variety of special shows all set in the United Kingdom.
As viewers nationwide look forward to the return of Masterpiece on Sunday evenings, the drama-filled programming block delivers a new lineup for fall 2018 packed with the return of period favorites as well as chilling new stories.
As two "Masterpiece" series favorites return for the summer 2018 season, it feels like the return of old friends.
Everyone’s favorite midwives aren’t the only addition to the Sunday night drama lineup. We’ll be airing three new programs as part of the Masterpiece lineup this spring!
It was exactly two months since Christmas that we were gifted a belated present in the form of the "Victoria" season 2 Christmas special, “Comfort & Joy”, but none of us were complaining. Except for Mr. Penge.
Despite the departures of fan-favorite Lord Melbourne and faithful companion Dash earlier this season, I think we can all agree that this week’s episode of Victoria was the most difficult one to watch.
For some of the Royal Court, it felt like a vacation. For others, it was an exercise in diplomacy gone wrong. But for Victoria and Albert, this week’s episode only strengthened their relationship by the time it ended.
From the grandeur of a ball to the poverty in London’s streets as well as the beginnings and endings of life, watching this week’s episode was something like a marathon and none of us were prepared.
Season 2 of "Victoria" premiered on Sunday night to social media fanfare, and for your “Victoria” blogger, the double episode felt more like a movie than two episodes. There’s a lot to unpack, so let’s get into the recap.
Who's your favorite March sister? Here they are in costume!
My Mother and Other Strangers follows the Northern Irish family, the Coyne’s, and their neighbors as they try to maintain a stable life after a United Army Air Force (USAAF) airfield, sets in the middle of their rural parish.
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