In the penultimate episode of Beecham House, it’s more obvious than ever that someone somewhere expected this series to get another season. Because with just one more episode to go after this one, the show is busily expanding stories rather than
The truth about John Beecham’s past comes to light in a ridiculously over the top episode of Beecham House that is simultaneously eye-rollingly predictable and also much more entertaining than anything that’s come before.
Here’s a fact that may surprise you: With this episode, we’re now officially halfway through Beecham House. Doesn’t it...feel like we should be further along in this story? Or, at least, really even know what the story the show’s trying to tell is?
Beecham House is so frustrating precisely because it should be good. On paper, it’s a story that hasn’t really be done before, set in a period we rarely get to see in shows like this. In actuality, however, it’s a trope-filled retread with