An introduction to the last series of Hetty Feather. Based on the books by Jacqueline Wilson, Hetty is fired from Calendar Hall after a tragic crisis. Also some familiar faces are shown.

Two 19th-century footballers on opposite sides of a class divide navigate professional and personal turmoil to change the game — and England — forever.

Season 2 - Cancelled.

Currently on Netflix (USA/UK/AUS) as of 20 March 2020

By season five, as Lidia flies back from New York to rescue Sofia, her adopted daughter, who suffers a heart condition, from battle and then summary execution, the cable girls are now cable women and have settled most affairs of the heart.

Carlota's new political career faces a major obstacle as Marga suffers heartbreak. Meanwhile, Lidia returns to work and Ángeles pitches an idea to her. ... The friends begin concocting a plan to free Óscar from prison and Marga turns to Pablo for assistance. Carlos is surprised by his friend's condition.

Hetty and the gang play a prank on Sheila, but it has disastrous consequences when a young visitor with a secret arrives to stay at Calendar Hall.

Six months later, a catastrophic event deeply affects Lidia, Marga, Carlota, Ángeles and their loved ones.

As 1928 turns into 1929, Lidia reports to a new boss, Carlota is blackmailed, Marga gets a hidden surprise, and all three rush to Angeles's rescue

In 1920s Madrid, four women at the National Telephone Company ring in revolution as they deal with romance, envy and the modern workplace.

The story begins with Alba (Blanca Suárez) who finds her life changed forever when she's wrongfully accused of a double murder. Alba takes on a new persona, Lidia, and with it the responsibilities of working as a cable girl alongside a group of women who share the limelight more and more as the series progresses.

In 1950s Ireland and New York, young Eilis Lacey has to choose between two men and two countries.

The second series focusses on the lives of the Quarry Bank mill workers between 1838 and 1842, a period of turbulent social, political and industrial change.

This is the season finale. The series was cancelled.

A year has passed, Lord Glendenning has died and Moray is working in Paris. Recently married to the philandering Tom Weston, who has a young daughter Flora, Katherine, now owner of the Paradise, summons Moray to return and revitalize the store, which is losing trade.

Powerful historical drama series, based on the lives of real people, telling the story of young 19th-century apprentices taking their lives into their own hands for the first time.

The first series introduces the life of the apprentices and the daily routines they faced at Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire.

An intoxicating love story set in England's first department store in the 1870s. The Paradise revolves around the lives of the people who live and work in the store, each bound in their own way by the power of the world they live in, and the pasts that follow them there. A love story, mystery, and social comedy all in one.

Margaret Hale is a southerner from a country vicarage newly settled in the industrial northern town of Milton. In the shock of her move, she misjudges charismatic cotton mill-owner John Thornton, whose strength of purpose and passion are a match for her own pride and willfulness. When the workers of Milton call a strike, Margaret takes their side, and the two are brought into deeper conflict. As events spiral out of control, Margaret - to her surprise - begins to fall in love with Thornton.

A drama based on the life of Rosa Lewis of the Cavendish Hotel. Louisa Trotter begins as an assistant cook, becomes Edward VII's mistress and then owner of a fashionable London hotel. The second series tells Louisa's story from 1911 to 1925, taking events through WW1.

A drama based on the life of Rosa Lewis of the Cavendish Hotel. Louisa Trotter begins as an assistant cook, becomes Edward VII's mistress and then owner of a fashionable London hotel.

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