4 The series “Britannica” to stop thinking about the Duke of Hastings

The Bridgertons is coming to Netflix this Christmas 2020 It didn’t take long for the series to become the most watched series in the history of the platform. We’ve been hit so hard that it’s still hard for us to believe that Season 2 isn’t right now, and that filming depends on how the epidemic is developing in the UK, a country that has been tied up again to stop one of the new variants of the coronavirus. But let’s see, there is life after a while of fantasy starring Reggie Jean Page. We offer you many British products from the same pieces that you can see Netflix, HBO, Movistar + o Amazon Prime. Take note.

Gentleman Jack, HBO

Do you know when to start watching a series and at the end of a few minutes, you already know that you are very hooked? Well, that. “Gentleman Jack” is a BBC production in association with HBO. The movie is set in the year 1832 and starring Anne Lester (Soran Jones). Anne was a famous landlady and industrialist who decided to live her life the way she wanted. The chapters are based on his secret code diaries, all because they documented, among many things, the whole A life of lesbian relationships. It is the perfect choice for a rainy weekend in times of pandemic. Don’t let it pass.

Belgravia, Movistar +

Follow the life and affairs of British aristocrats and servants in the nineteenth century. They all live in A wealthy London neighborhood And we want to tell you that it works as a kind of mix between “The Bridgertons” and Downton Abbey. A complete ‘must see’ ‘soon arriving at Movistar +.

Gunpowder, HBO

The first thing that the hero of the story is our beloved Kit Harington (Jon Snow in Game of Thrones). The role of the actor is not only limited to participation, but also signs to the co-executive production of the mini-series, so imagine where the shots go (pun intended). In total, there are three episodes set in the Gunpowder Plot, a true episode in the history of the United Kingdom. 17th century, a plot to kill the king and … Kit Harington. We have to see it.

“A very English scandal,” Amazon Prime Video

If what you liked the most about The Bridgertons it was Gossip of Mrs. Wesleydon, Here you have something to entertain you. It is a “very English scandal” and combines it with a social and political reversal. Created before Russell T. Davies, Author of “Reboot” of “Doctor Who” and most recently Who ‘It’s a sin’, Starring Hugh Grant and Ben Wishaw. It is the true story of a former British Member of Parliament named Jeremy Thorpe, who tried to assassinate his girlfriend. Need I say more?

“Call the midwife,” Netflix

The broadcast platform par excellence isn’t given much to British dramas, but one that succeeds in achieving it. This is a choral and feminist series that you will enjoy a lot if you like doctors and nurses, and if you want to know the harsh living conditions in the East End of London in the 1950s. Women Helping Women, Nine Seasons With Personalities That Are Incorporated into History.

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Terry Alexander

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