The episode “A Coburg Quartet” crescendos to a huge head trip for our royals. Crowns, tiaras, bumps on the head and more.
Who knew there could be so many risque surprises in a 19th-century drama? Read our British Telly Dish recap.
There are many love stories that end with “and they lived happily ever after,” but there’s no drama in that, is there?
The royal "island getaway" left the song "Margaritaville" strumming in our heads. Feodora’s family crest must be a shark fin circling.
Read our British Telly Dish recap of last Sunday's episode before tonight's Episode 3 airs at 9pm.
How can a pregnant Queen Victoria feel safe in The Year of Revolutions? She doesn't even feel easy about the arrival of her half-sister Feodora, who has fled Europe.
Historical figures, politics and sweets - the truths and the dramatic licenses taken in the PBS series Victoria.
Historian Lucy Worsley and experts reconstruct the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1840. Stream the first episode, or use the member benefit THIRTEEN Passport ...
Tune in or stream the Season 3 premiere this Sunday at 9 p.m. Before that, take a behind-the-scenes tour of the set with THIRTEEN's British Telly Dish blogger.
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 ...