is one of the most successful series in the last month.
Set in the life of London's high society in the early 19th century, Netflix's period romance drama has ranked in the top five most-viewed productions on the platform.
Love, heartbreak, luxury, dances, mansions, handsome characters, manners from another century and beautiful decorations star in this American production that everyone talks about.
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The luxury of the palaces this time is transferred to Sanditon, a town on the English coast that is preparing to become a fashionable seaside resort that attracts the entire London aristocracy.
Based on the latest and unfinished novel by the famous English writer Jane Austen
, the plot stars Charlotte Heywood, a modern and impulsive young woman who accepts the invitation of the wealthy Parker family to reinvent herself in a new place.
Dances, mansions, a millionaire widow and, of course, romances, are part of this BBC production of, for the moment, a season, starring Rose Williams (Ms Heywood) and Theo James (Sidney Parker).
The GReat (StarzPlay)
The American series tells
of Catherine the Great's intrigues in 18th century Russia
: a young, foreign Catherine realizes that, shortly after arriving at the Russian court, she hates her depraved and dangerous husband, Peter the Great, with the one who has been married.
There is not much "love" between them (quite the opposite; the Queen's efforts are focused on murdering her husband), but luxury, in abundance.
Starring a wonderful Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult as the Empress and Emperor, respectively, the satirical and fictional comedy of only one season (to date), garnered two 2020 Emmy nominations (Best Screenplay and Best Comedy Direction).
Versailles (Movistar + and Netflix)
The pomp and pageantry of King Louis XIV's French court dazzle in this three-season series released in 2015 and which focuses on the Sun King's obsession in 1667 to build a grand palace at Versailles to magnify his figure and subdue the nobility.
The spectacular building becomes a field of fierce romantic and political battles and a place of constant intrigue.
Dickinson (Apple TV +)
Based on the life of Emily Dickinson, it tells the story of the crazy poet when she lived in the family home in Amherst (Massachusetts, USA).
At the age of 20, she refused to play the role that young women from wealthy families
in mid-19th century America
were supposed to do
His passion was writing.
Although the setting and plot are vintage, the dialogue, tone, soundtrack, postures, and situations are modern.
It is shocking to see a whole lady smoking, dancing to the rhythm of a rap or sitting sprawled on a sofa from the last century, like any current teenager.
The series, which has just premiered the second season, introduces us to Emily's world from her own perspective, making it clear that it does not fit with the established and challenging the limitations that existed in society, in love (she dares with relationships lesbian), family relationships ...
Gentleman Jack (HBO)
The original HBO series, set in Yorkshire in 1832, is based on the story of the English landowner Anne Lister (1791-1840) from her own diaries, discovered and deciphered (she encoded the most personal topics) for a long time after his death.
Determined to modernize Shibden Hall, the mansion she had inherited, the eight-episode period miniseries focuses on the
interesting life of this adventurous woman who broke with the canons of strict English society
of the early 19th century (she was known as the first modern lesbian and got married to a woman).
Death Comes to Pemberley (Filmin and Prime Video)
The two-episode British miniseries, released in 2014, adapts PD James's novel of the same name, which recovers the characters
from Jane Austen's
Pride and Prejudice
Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet, now married, are involved in the investigation of a crime, while they celebrate their annual ball in the imposing family mansion of Pemberley.
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