Another Period - Season 3
Another Period is an American period sitcom television series created by and starring Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome. It followed the lives of the Bellacourts, the first family of Newport, Rhode Island, at the turn of the 20th century. Lillian (Leggero) and Beatrice (Lindhome) played sisters "who care only about how they look, what parties they attend and becoming famous, which is a lot harder in 1902". It was intended to be a spoof on reality shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians while roughly contemporaneous with Downton Abbey and satirizing many of the same themes of class and social standing.
Another Period - Season 3
The series was picked up for 10 episodes and debuted on Comedy Central on June 23, 2015. It was directed by Jeremy Konner, co-creator and writer of Drunk History. Ben Stiller's production company Red Hour produced. Leggero, Lindhome, and Konner also served as executive producers. The second season premiered on June 15, 2016. On May 23, 2016, it was renewed for a third season, which premiered on January 23, 2018. In November 2018, Comedy Central announced it canceled the series after three seasons.
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Sanditon Season 3 is a love letter to period drama fans in general and, in particular, to fans who have stuck with this series through cancellation, campaigning, and a renewal curveball. Those who loved Season 2 should brace yourselves; the romantic tension ratchets up to almost intolerable levels. Those who were lukewarm about Season 2 can find much in Sanditon Season 3 to reconcile you with the seaside resort.
You can also stream Sanditon on the PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel (available to Amazon Prime members for an additional monthly cost) or purchase the season and/or individual episodes. Sanditon may also be seen via Apple, YouTube, Comcast, Verizon, Vudu, and Google Play.The series is not available on Netflix.
Ross Poldark is a redcoat who returns to Cornwall after battle to learn his father is dead, his lands ruined, and his true love engaged to another. Can he change his destiny, restore his fortune, and reclaim his love? Watch Poldark Seasons 1-5 now.
Definitely not! We know for sure that the series has already been green lit for a fourth season, and executive producer Rhimes has said she expects there will be even more seasons down the road. She even has confirmed a new Bridgerton spinoff!
Entering the season, it might have been foreseeable that this game would have pitted Ducks All-Star John Gibson against Kings Conn Smythe winner Jonathan Quick. Instead, it was Dostal, a rookie, and depth goalie Copley dueling, with both men having recently seized the net amid injuries and demotions for the regional rivals.
The first period materialized as a battle between the two suddenly-starting netminders. Copley turned aside 11 shots. Dostal, who once scored a goal in a minor-league game in which he also made 50 saves, came up with a dozen stops but no offensive heroics to avert a scoreless period.
The tie was broken 6:46 into the second period as the dying gasp of a Kings power play blew a zero off the scoreboard. With a solitary second remaining on the man advantage, Doughty heaved a one-timer from the blue line that found the net through traffic for his second goal of the season.
Falcon goaltender Andrew Volkening makes a blocker pad save in heavy traffic during the NCAA West Regional March 24 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. The freshman net minder made 33 saves in Air Force's 4-3 season-ending loss to the Minnesota Golden Gophers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dave Armer)
Bridgerton is expected to run for eight seasons, with each installment focusing on a different sibling. Following Daphne, Anthony, Colin, and Benedict, the show should theoretically move on to Eloise, Francesca, Hyacinth, and Gregory, giving each of them their own happy endings.
Alex Tuch had a goal and two assists while Peyton Krebs, Dylan Cozens , Tyson Jost and Mittelstadt each had a goal and an assist for Buffalo, which trailed 3-2 in the second period before scoring five straight goals.
It is the sixth time since 2009-10 and second time this season that 14 or more Buffalo skaters recorded at least one point in a game. The Sabres also had 14 skaters get on the scoresheet in an 8-3 win against Detroit on Oct. 31.
Lady Whistledown will not be rushed. If you're on the edge of your carriage seat waiting for Netflix's Bridgerton to come back for Season 3, you should know the Regency-era romance hasn't set a return date just yet. After the second season focused on the slow-burn romance between Kate (Simone Ashley) and Anthony (Jonathan Bailey), the third season will stray from the order of Julia Quinn's book series, jumping ahead to Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin's (Luke Newton) love story. It'll be worth the wait, but in the meantime, dear reader, you might be on the hunt for more shows like Bridgerton to pass the time.
This is an adaptation of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos' scandalous and timeless 18th century novel, which was something like the Bridgerton of its day in terms of how sexy it was. The series stars Nicholas Denton as Pascal and Alice Englert as Camille, impoverished lovers in Paris in the years just before the Revolution. Pascal has a plan to improve their fortunes that involves blackmailing Madame Geneviève de Merteuil (Lesley Manville), an older woman who rents his services. As you might expect, things do not go according to plan. It's a sexy historical drama that feels like it was greenlit in response to Bridgerton's popularity. Starz renewed it for Season 2 before Season 1 even premiered in 2022, but then changed its mind and canceled it. So there's only one season available, but if you love historical dramas, you may want to check it out anyway. -Liam Mathews
If you're really into the Bridgerton time period but you're looking for something a little grittier, you should make Harlots your next watch. The series revolves around Margaret Wells (Samantha Morton), a brothel owner and mother of two daughters who relocates her business to a posh area of London in the hopes of attracting wealthier clientele. That move puts her directly at odds with a rival madam, Lydia Quigley (Lesley Manville), who runs an elite brothel that primarily serves the rich. There's plenty of scandal and rivalries and romance, but Harlots is also interesting for the way it normalizes sex work.
Hulu's The Great is a, uhh, great follow-up to Bridgerton, particularly if you're into the unexpected humor of Bridgerton. The series comes from screenwriter Tony McNamara, who previously proved that period pieces could be fun with his Oscar-nominated script for the film The Favourite, and follows a young Catherine the Great (Elle Fanning) as she's shipped to Russia to marry Peter III (Nicholas Hoult) and ultimately overthrow him and rule on her own when her fantasies of a royally good time are crushed. It's not as steamy as Bridgerton, but it is a whole lot funnier, especially Hoult, who shines as the spoiled doofus bro emperor.
If corsets and puffy shirts (and the process of lustily tearing them off in a fit of horniness) get your juices flowing, then it's hard to top the steamy romance of Starz's Outlander. The adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's novels was gobbled up by rabid fans when it premiered in 2014, all eager to see pure-chunk-of-hunk Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), a Scottish Highlander in the 1740s, grab World War II nurse Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) in his arms and re-enact cover photos of romance novels that you see in the airport. A World War II nurse in the 1740s, you say? Yes, Outlander also has a bit of time-traveling sci-fi thrown into the mix, as Claire and Jamie's romance cannot be contained by the space-time continuum. The whole series (thus far) is on Starz, while earlier seasons are on Netflix.
If Bridgerton was your first binge of a period piece that's been unstuffed from the rigid stuffiness of the typical old-timey drama, then check out Apple TV+'s Dickinson, which is like a direct wormhole between today's millennials and 19th century author Emily Dickinson. Emily, played by the wonderful Hailee Steinfeld, has aspirations to become a famous writer, while her traditional parents (Toby Huss and Jane Krakowski) prefer she settle down and be a housewife. The timeless story and era-appropriate clothing and sets are injected with modernity through present-day music (full on blasting tracks, not the undercover string quartet covers that Bridgerton did) and dialogue (pretty sure they didn't say "stoked" back then), adding a fresh coat of paint to a genre otherwise reserved for the olds. Also of extreme importance, Wiz Khalifa appears as Emily's obsession, Death.
Another period drama about love in 1800s England, HBO's Gentleman Jack thankfully shows an alternative to the heteronormative romance and sexuality that dominates many of the other shows on this list. In a stirring performance, Suranne Jones portrays Anne Lister, a real historical figure who was a prominent landowner and industrialist. She also happened to be a lesbian, and courts her fellow landowner Ann Walker (Sophie Rundle) while recording the courtship through a series of cryptic messages that only she can decode. The first season premiered in 2019 on HBO, and a second and final season arrived in 2022.
If it's sweeping romance with British accents that you're looking for, PBS's Poldark, with its endless sunsets, waves crashing on many rocky shores, and horseback rides along countless beaches, fits the bill. If it's a ridiculously handsome man with ripped abs walking shirtless out of the ocean that you also want, well, Poldark has that too. The series, now five seasons in, stars Aidan Quinn as Captain Ross Poldark, a Revolutionary War veteran who, after he was believed to have perished in the fight, returns home to Cornwall to find his girlfriend engaged to his cousin (oops) and his father dead. The series, based on Winston Graham's novels, moves at a blistering pace as Poldark rebuilds his life and finds new love and more reasons to take his shirt off. 041b061a72