‘Mr Selfridge’ Series 2 episode guide

Based upon the life of flamboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge, who founded the world‐renowned store on London’s Oxford Street in 1909, the second series of Mr Selfridge picks up the story in 1914 as the store celebrates its 5th anniversary of trading. Harry, played by Emmy award‐winning American actor, Jeremy Piven (Entourage), is proud … >

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‘Mr Selfridge’ Series 2 Episode 6 review

As we enter the second half of the series, Mr Selfridge embraces tying up loose ends, expanding on existing ones and even opening the doors for new plotlines that will continue throughout the remainder of Series 2.

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‘Mr Selfridge’ Series 2 Episode 3 review

Maintaining the high quality drama set up in the previous episodes, the latest Mr Selfridge instalment is carefully crafted, with a bit more balance and light. Key players take a step back, allowing secondary characters stories room to breathe, showcasing the best example of the ensemble cast so far.

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‘Mr Selfridge’ Series 2 Episode 2 review

Talk of Britain being on the brink of war causes unrest within the Selfridges staff, with fears that they will all lose their jobs if Mr Selfridge escapes back to America to avoid the European conflict. This, and demonstrations by Trade Union representatives, leads Harry to create an ‘Empire Exhibition’ to explain to both the customers and the staff that the store is staying put. This is topped off with a staff party held at Delphine’s to boost morale, but with it comes all sorts of conflict and drama.

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