‘Jamestown’ trailer and start date: New World drama from makers of ‘Downton Abbey’

Sky1 has unveiled a new trailer and confirmed the start date for Jamestown. From the makers of Downton Abbey and The Last Kingdom, the eight-part drama series charts the early days of the first British settlers as they embark on their lives in America. Jamestown is written by Bill Gallagher (Lark Rise to Candleford, The Paradise) and stars … >

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‘Jamestown’ trailer: First look at Sky1’s New World drama from ‘Downton’ makers

The first trailer has been released for Jamestown, Sky1’s new original British drama from the producers of Downtown Abbey. Written by Bill Gallagher (Lark Rise to Candleford, The Paradise), the eight-part series will chart the early days of the first British settlers as they embark on their lives in America. Downtown Abbey executive producer Gareth Neame commented last year: … >

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‘The Musketeers’ Season 3 Episode 9 review: ‘The Prize’

Sad times in the world of The Musketeers, as Louis dies like a minute into the episode.  I’ll miss his precious little sunshine face. Treville tells Athos to take the new little king into hiding until all of the ensuing nonsense blows over, which is wise, except for the bit where Anne didn’t know and … >

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‘The Musketeers’ Season 3 episode guide

The Musketeers return to BBC One for a third season to face their greatest challenge. After four years, a war-torn Paris has become a powder keg ready to explode. Refugees have flocked to the city in search of sanctuary. Food is scarce. Black market profiteering is rife. But the city’s governor, Phillipe Feron (Rupert Everett), is … >

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‘The Musketeers’ Season 3 Episode 8 review: ‘Prisoner of War’

Great news: maybe the French won’t be at war with the Spanish for much longer in the world of The Musketeers? I’ll be honest: I’m fuzzy on the historical details.  Milady’s returned to possibly do some murders for Treville, and that’s bunches more interesting to me. So after some Spanish prisoners of war are marched … >

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‘The Musketeers’ Season 3 Episode 7 review: ‘Fool’s Gold’

In this episode of The Musketeers, we see desperate people in desperate times doing desperate things. Ok, so that opening interrogation scene was a little mean, but he was a baddie, so I’ll let it pass.  The Musketeers are after the whereabouts of Grimaud, whom they have discovered to be a very naughty man indeed.  … >

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