Set amidst mid-Brexit hysteria in England and France, THE TUNNEL: VENGEANCE (Season 3) tackles an escalating refugee crisis and examines the increasing threat of terror by disenfranchised, exiled souls.
Go behind the headlines with host Meredith Vieira, U.K. host Matt Baker, experts guests and commentators to learn about the romance of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the etiquette and rules of royal weddings, and more.
In this final episode, as in life, the comfort of ritual allows us to put one foot in front of the other when grief and fear are overwhelming.
The question isn’t if this episode made us cry, but when it made us cry.
Glimmers of hope even in the darkest moments of characters’ lives in Episode 6 of Call the Midwife, Season 7.
Kindness, as well as Nonnatus House’s freely offered no-judgement zone, was needed more than ever in Episode 5 when an ill stranger, desperate and all alone, was (essentially) being hunted, simply out of the ignorance.
Characters worked out their own personal Serenity Prayers, about what to accept, what to change, and finding the hard-won wisdom to know the difference.
With terminal illness and impossible choices, it’s tough to show my usual cheek in this recap. This was an emotionally wrenching episode; every storyline was gloomy. But as is the tradition in the East End, we will soldier on.
Silk is a fast-paced British courtroom drama series following the rivalry, tension, passion and intrigue of life on the front line of criminal law. The three season are available to THIRTEEN members to watch online or with THIRTEEN Explore apps.
Lucille, part of the wave of Caribbean nurses who come to the aid of the NHS, is subjected to racism when a new mother becomes ill; Sister Winifred gets fathers involved in caring for their babies; an au pair arrives from Russia.
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Titled Comfort and Joy, the season finale doesn’t hold much of either! Our cast of characters go through a lot of tsuris to get to something better than gloomy. This episode made me think that maybe the conflict between Albert and Victoria is the different ways they look back on their miserable childhoods.
Albert has love, but no power. His brother Ernie has power, but no love. They could stand to listen to “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” Love, death and politics fill Victoria Episode 6.
The hills are alive with the sound of bagpipes, which is quite possibly a violation of the Geneva Convention. Victoria and Albert not only road trip to Scotland, but have a grand old time getting lost.
This week, a palace servant was bold enough to speak to a guest of Queen Victoria, and to Victoria herself, about the effects of the potato famine on her family in Ireland. Sometimes desperation gives you courage, no matter what the cost.