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  • 197: Everything We Missed In 2023

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    The ladies dig into the some of the best programs we didn't get the chance to talk about in-depth this year, from Hotel Portofino and The Diplomat to The Law According to Lidia Poet and Planet Earth III

  • 196: World on Fire Season 2 Finale

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    Contributor Janet Mullany joins the ladies for a discussion of the second season of World War II drama World on Fire --- the stories that worked, the ones that didn't, and everything in between. 

  • 195: Apple TV+'s The Buccaneers

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    The ladies have divided opinions about Apple TV+'s The Buccaneers, a colorful, loud, and imperfect new adaptation of Edith Wharton's unfinished final novel. 

  • 194: Classics Revisited: The Queen

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    Our Classics Revisited series looks back at the 2006 film The Queen, which won Helen Mirren an Oscar for playing Queen Elizabeth II and kickstarted a narrative cycle that Peter Morgan will conclude with the final season of The Crown

  • 193: The Gilded Age Season 2

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    The ladies discuss the second season of Julian Fellowes' lavish American period drama The Gilded Age, a story of pettiness , excess, and amazing hats in late nineteenth-century New York.

  • 192: Annika Season 2

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    The ladies dig into the second season of crime drama Annikawhich features more Nicola Walker, more literary references, and more murders around the waterways of Glasgow. 

  • 191: World on Fire Season 2 Premiere

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    Contributor Janet Mullany joins the ladies to discuss the return of World War II period drama World on Fireand all the changes that have take place between seasons. 

  • 190: Unforgotten Season 5 Finale

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    The ladies dig into the full fifth season of crime drama Unforgotten, from the new dynamic between partners DCI Jess James and DS Sunny Khan to its uncomfortable, overly complicated central mystery.