{ Who's ready for more Period Dramas to watch?}

 
 
Oh you guys, it's been a hot minute since I've done one of my upcoming Period Dramas posts.  I guess since I wasn't blogging as often, and I wasn't watching as much TV either, it kind of fell to side and I wasn't looking for what is coming up.

But, I've been wanting to get back into my Period Dramas, so went looking to see just what is already released that I have missed, what is releasing soon or towards the end of the year.  And, ohhhhhhh there are some pretty good ones that I am really looking forward to.


 

Downtown Abbey A New Era

The Crawley family goes on a grand journey to the South of France to uncover the mystery of the dowager countess's newly inherited villa.
 
Available now on:  Peacock TV,  Youtube, Google Play, Vudu, Apple TV, Amazon Prime
 
 

The Gilded Age

The American Gilded Age was a period of immense economic change, great conflict between the old ways and brand new systems, and huge fortunes were made and lost. In 1882, young Marian Brook moves from rural Pennsylvania to New York City after the death of her father to live with her aunts Agnes van Rhijn and Ada Brook. 
 
Accompanied by Peggy Scott, an aspiring writer seeking a fresh start, Marian inadvertently becomes enmeshed in a social war between one of her aunts, a scion of the old money set, and her stupendously rich neighbors, a ruthless railroad tycoon and his ambitious wife, George and Bertha Russell. Exposed to a world on the brink of the modern age, Marian must choose if she will follow the established rules of society or forge her own path.
 
Available now on:  HBO Max, Hulu, Youtube, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, Amazon Prime
 
 


Persuasion (2022)

When Frederick Wentworth -- the one who got away -- crashes back into Anne Elliot's life, she must choose between putting the past behind her or listening to her heart when it comes to second chances.
 
Available now on:  Netflix
 
 

Mr. Malcolm's List

In 19th-century England, a wealthy, young lady named Julia engages in courtship with Mr. Malcolm, a mysterious, wealthy suitor, unaware that he has a list of qualities required of a future wife.
 
Available now on:  Youtube, Google Play, Apple TV, Amazon Prime
 

 

The Railway Children Return

Picking up nearly forty years after the events of the original film, THE RAILWAY CHILDREN RETURN will take audiences on an exciting and heart-warming journey, in which a new group of children are evacuated to a Yorkshire village during World War 2, where they encounter a young soldier, who like them, is far away from home…
 
Available now on:  Roku 

Becoming Elizabeth

Follow Elizabeth Tudor, an orphaned teenager, who becomes embroiled in the political and sexual politics of the English court on her journey to secure the crown.
 
Available now on:   STARZ, Hulu, Roku, Youtube TV


Florence Pugh's The Wonder

A tale of two strangers who transform each other's lives, a psychological thriller, and a story of love pitted against evil.
 
Set in Ireland c.1862, the story follows an English nurse called Lib Wright. She goes to a rural village to observe what locals consider it a miracle – an 11-year-old girl who has survived without food for months.
 
Available:  Netflix late 2022

 

Emily
 
Emily Brontë, a young woman, dares to form herself and to embrace her true nature, despite the consequences.
 
Available: October 14th, UK 
 
  

The Essex Serpent

Newly widowed Cora, having been released from an abusive marriage, relocates from Victorian London to a small village in Essex, intrigued by a local superstition that a mythical creature known as the Essex Serpent has returned to the area.
 
Available now on:  Apple TV
 

 
 

The Serpent Queen
 
The Serpent Queen is an upcoming American period drama television series revolving around the life of Catherine de' Medici. It was created by Justin Haythe and based on the 2004 non-fiction book Catherine de Medici: Renaissance Queen of France by Leonie Frieda.
 
Available:  STARZ late 2022
 
 
 
 
 
Leonardo

Exploring the secrets and drama behind the genius of Leonardo da Vinci -- his life, his work and his personal struggles set against the backdrop of Renaissance Italy. "Leonardo" follows da Vinci as he grows into an unparalleled genius and renowned polymath whose work overturns the established order. 
 
His restless curiosity about art, science and technology is driven by a profound quest for knowledge and he's determined to unfold the mysteries of the world around him. The series unlocks the enigma of this extraordinary man, through an untold story of mystery and passion.
 
Available now on:  Roku, and will release on The CW in August.

4 comments:

  1. Sandra,
    All these look amazing. I plan to watch Downton Tonight. YAY! It was already on my plan!!!
    I am curious about the Gilded Age. It looks like something I would like but I was curious if it was really risky? If you catch my drift. LOL! Let me know if you know. :)

    Some of the others one's sounds great too!

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  2. Oooh! You find the best period shows. I'm saving this, because there are several that look so good!

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  3. Gilded Age, yes!! I watched the whole first season when it was first on and loved it. I didn't think I was into that era but apparently I am. lol

    I am recording Becoming Elizabeth and will go back and watch them all once the season is complete. I did watch about half of the first episode and struggled with it, but I will give it another chance. It was a little more harsh and aggressive than I was expecting. I absolutely love Tudor history though so I'm hoping I can get into this one.

    A lot of the others you highlighted look interesting but we don't do any of the streaming channels. We live in the country and have rather poor internet. :(

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  4. Oh! Forgot to mention, I saw an article last night about a new 'German royals' show coming this fall (I think?). I don't remember the name but it is about Sisi, who was Empress Elisabeth of Austria. She was a cousin and close friend of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. I'm obsessed with Ludwig's story, so I'm also interested in Sisi's story. But of course, it's going to be on Netflix so I won't be able to see it.

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