Thursday, August 24, 2017

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON 'VICTORIA' EPIC TV SERIES 2ND SEASON WITH JENNA COLEMAN, TOM HUGHES, DAVID OAKES! TRAILER & PHOTOS

'VICTORIA' EPIC SERIES
ALL BOW FOR THE 2ND SEASON
The royal pair will visit France and Germany
Are you ready, royal subjects? Her Royal Majesty Queen VICTORIA returns to reign the small screens in United Kingdom on ITV this Sunday, August 27th, earlier than ever, with eight new episodes of the second season which will be topped later on in December with a two hour Christmas special for royal festive delights. Viewers in United States will start watching the second season later next year in January on Masterpiece PBS.

QUEEN'S POSTNATAL DEPRESSION
Resuming one month after the first series ended with the queen giving birth to her first child (she had more than a dozen of them which is strange given that history has marked her as a non motherly and even cruel matriarch
Victoria won't find motherhood easy in the second season
 who never liked children nor babies), the new season establishes VICTORIA as a working mother, learning to balance her responsibilities as both parent
Victoria and Albert will discover a sanctuary in the Isle of Wight
and Queen. However, Prince Albert is still struggling to find a role for himself alongside his powerful wife as she returns to her duties, intent on proving that she can be both a mother and dutiful Queen.

THE CAST OLD, THE CAST NEW
The role of the impulsive and fitful monarch is again in the safe hands of lovely Jenna Coleman who, as you can see in the trailer below, will be sporting the latest glamorous outfits the 19th century could provide,
The queen will face troubles in Ireland and Afganistan
while Tom Hughes again plays her toyboy husband Prince Albert who feels robbed of his masculinity as the queen's consort. Among the known faces, we shall again watch marvellous David Oakes as Albert's brother Prince Ernest, 
Mammoth Screen is again producing the popular series
Nigel Lindsay as Sir Robert Peel, Alex Jennings as King Leopold, Peter Bowles as Duke of Wellington, Daniela Holtz as dear Baroness Lehzen and Catherine Flemming as the Duchess of Kent. Below stairs Nell Hudson
David Oakes returns as dashing Prince Ernest of Coburg
returns as Nancy Skerrett, Ferdinand Kingsley as chef Francatelli!  The series will also see some new faces arrive at the palace, with Diana Rigg joining the regular cast as the Duchess of Buccleuch, the young Queen’s new
Fitful queen will be throwing a hairbrush at poor Albert in one of the episodes
and very outspoken Mistress of the Robes, and guest appearances will include Emerald Fennell, Martin Compston (who will fight for the poor that the
Tom Hughes returns again as Victoria's long suffering husband Albert
queen has left to die of hunger in Ireland after potato famine), Leo Suter, Bruno Wolkowitch and Denis Lawson (as the Duke of Atholl, who welcomes Victoria and Albert to the Scottish Highlands).

8 comments:

  1. In the 19th century, even the most ostensibly powerful woman in the world had no real choice about birth control, pregnancy or childbirth, whatever her own natural inclinations about motherhood might have been. That's why she and Alberta had so many, many children. Every woman did.

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    1. yes, that was shown in the first season when she thought jumping up and down on a sofa would stop her from getting pregnant

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    2. Oops, I put "Alberta" instead of "Albert" -- Freudian slip? Do I secretly want Victoria to be in a lesbian relationship? Or do I just live in that particular province in Canada? Hahahaha!

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    3. as far as history is concerned she was a nympho, she and Albert were insatiable, so who knows what kind of experiments they had in bed :)

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  2. I can't imagine being pregnant that many times. Her hoo-ha was like a clown car spitting out all them babies. Let's just be thankful that there are many birth control options for us today.

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    1. I'm sure they had some kind of birth control in those times too, and even in more ancient history, especially if you were filthy rich like this ebil colonial bitch, but she just wasn't informed or was too prudish or wanted to populate the world with her spawn... one can only guess.

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  3. What an intense time it must have been back then, hard to fathom really. Warm greetings to you.

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    1. thanks for visiting us! Come back again

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