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The Irregulars teaser trailer and start date revealed

Netflix has revealed a start date and teaser trailer for supernatural Homes and Watson series The Irregulars We last reported on The Irregulars back in August, when it resumed its interrupted filming. Now we’re pleased to reveal the March start date for this. The trailer comes with the usual small synopsis: Welcome to 19th-century London, where The … >

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‘Indian Summers’ has been axed by Channel 4

Channel 4 has confirmed that Indian Summers will not be returning for a third season. The period drama’s ten-part second season is currently airing on Sunday nights on Channel 4, but stiff competition from The Night Manager, Home Fires and Undercover has seen ratings fall to just 1 million viewers. Telling the story of the final years of British … >

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‘Indian Summers’ trailer: First look at Season 2

Channel 4 has released an epic two-minute preview for the second season of Indian Summers. Ten new episodes of the period drama about the final years of British colonial rule in India began filming last June and will air on Channel 4 in early 2016. > Buy Season 1 on DVD on Amazon. Rachel Griffiths … >

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Rachel Griffiths and Art Malik join ‘Indian Summers’ cast

Channel 4 has announced several additions to the cast of Indian Summers for the show’s new season. Rachel Griffiths (Six Feet Under), Art Malik (Upstairs Downstairs), James Fleet (The Vicar of Dibley), Sugandha Garg (My Name is Khan), Arjun Mathur (My Friend Pinto) and Blake Ritson (Da Vinci’s Demons) have joined the cast for Season … >

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‘Indian Summers’ Season 2 begins filming

Production has begun on the second season of Channel 4’s Indian Summers. Ten new episodes of the epic period drama about the final years of British colonial rule in India were commissioned in February. Season 2 will feature “political intrigue, terrorism, treachery, adultery and murder”, Channel 4 has revealed. Julie Walters, who plays Cynthia, commented: “I … >

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‘Indian Summers’ Season 1 episode guide

Channel 4’s epic new ten-part period drama tells the story of the decline of the British Empire and the birth of modern India. Set against the sweeping grandeur of the Himalayas and tea plantations of Northern India, Indian Summers stars Julie Walters (Harry Potter), Henry Lloyd-Hughes (The Inbetweeners), Jemima West (The Borgias), Nikesh Patel (Bedlam), … >

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‘Indian Summers’ Episode 8 review

‘Chin up’, Cynthia Coffin (Julie Walters) remarks sagely. ‘Final furlong.’ Perhaps she’s seen the episode guide: only two parts of Indian Summers left, and most of the characters are finally showing their hand, or at least displaying their loyalties. Certainly, things are getting a bit strained between her and Ralph, who can’t hold a conversation … >

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‘Indian Summers’ Episode 6 review

A snake in the grass. Now there’s a metaphor. Everyone tries to calm down a breathless Madeline at the open of this episode, but they all appear to be missing the fact that she’s having a whale of a time. After all, they are traipsing through the ruins of an erotic temple: a monument erected … >

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‘Indian Summers’ Episode 5 review

When we started, five weeks back, nobody could progress on their journey because the train they were on was delayed. Not so much leaves on the lines, but a small boy. That boy – Adam – is now running around the forest quite unhappily, being needled by his feral mother. That’s not just a figure … >

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‘Indian Summers’ Episode 4 review

‘I wrote you a letter,’ Eugene Mathers tells Ralph, who has many other things on his mind at the moment, and demands simply to be told what is written on the piece of paper. This, loosely, is the connective tissue of the fourth episode of Indian Summers: Very Important Things Written On Bits Of Paper. … >

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