The series’ emotional pull comes from its characters, most of whom seem to accept loneliness as the price for their work ethic and drive. And no one can get their job done without some give and take.
Poldark reunites with an old friend and starts gaining enemies. The real history depicted in the series, plus a look at who’s new.
We toast Downton Abbey with cocktails inspired by our favorite characters. Get the recipes here.
The comedy legend stars in his first dramatic role in more than two decades.
An unlikely pair of private detectives find out not is all well in their pretty theater town of Stratford-upon-Avon. Saturdays at 8pm on THIRTEEN.
No one was feeling quite themselves in Episode 8, but we’re grateful for resolution and reconciliation.
One of our beloved midwives gets a terrible shock, and so do we. We can assume this episode holds the Season 8 cliffhanger. Spoilers ahead.
All kinds of labor issues are addressed in Episode 6, from health hazards for dock workers to a teen mother who gives birth for a second time.
A 20-year-old bride-to-be is shocked to learn that genetically, she’s male. We look at today’s knowledge about intersex traits and resources today.
While tears of reconciliation were in this episode, so were sobs of grief as back alley abortion made another appearance this season.
The British midwives are surprisingly in sync with current health news in the United States. They conduct a measles vaccination trial at the clinic.
The six-hour PBS adaptation delivers a bruising wallop as it looks at poverty, cruelty and personal sacrifice in the story by Victor Hugo.
Sickle cell disease, caring for the elderly, and women’s right to vote (and run for office) are the focus this week.
Four new babies, two new nuns, another heir for Queen Elizabeth, and the secrets of unwanted pregnancy.
To deliver you back to this quickly changing world in London, here’s a recap of events in 1964 that could have been on the minds of midwives and religious sisters.