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Yeah it was pretty incredible. Can't say it's my favorite ep; I still like the ending of season 3 most b/c of the Mao story arc, but, this one is a pretty damn close second IMO. And I'm so glad Clarissa's back in this season.Damn that might have been the best Expanse episode. My wife and I didn't put it together until the credits started to roll, but that was incredibly powerful.
Set in England a very very long time ago, this HIGHLY rated series follows the Bridgerton family as they navigate high society, attempt to marry off their daughter and deal with gossip(< will come back to that.)
Season 1 has 8 episodes. I finished 3 eps last night. Those 3 dealt with the marrying season, when the eligible young ladies are presented to single men to court.
The main lassie, played by Phoebe Dynevor, isn't really hip to the entire process. A newcomer in town, played by Rege-Jean page, is a duke with some past family issues...and doesn't want to get married. They hatch a scheme to try to get around the process, even though they don't really care for each other.
Yup...you can guess what happens next.
The series(so far) is narrated in the background and also documented in a society page read by anyone who is anyone.
Now...I don't think I have ever seen 1 full episode of Gossip Girl....but this has the same/simple feel. Narration/documentation/quest for love.
This has gotten loads of press re the series producer(Shonda Rhimes), the story and the sexuality. So far...it is basically a Gossip Girl taking place in England....a very very long time ago.
So far(after 3 eps)...2.5/5.
Full review to follow.