Tuesday, May 22, 2018

'VICTORIA' EPIC TV SAGA STARTS SEASON 3 PRODUCTION CASTS LAURENCE FOX, KATE FLEETWOOD, LILY TRAVERS! BBC REVEALS 1ST SURANNE JONES 'GENTLEMAN JACK' EPIC SAGA PHOTO

  'VICTORIA' EPIC SERIES
STARTS SEASON 3 PRODUCTION
Laurence Fox is the new foreign minister!
While you were watching that ghastly bad wedding over at the British isle last weekend, another royal missive from the British court and the Windsors popped up into our mail box! ITV has started with the production on the third season of their epic saga VICTORIA which will be set in 1848 a turbulent and uncertain time for both Europe and the monarchy. With revolutions on the continent and the Chartist movement reaching its peak in London, Victoria is under pressure from the government to leave London for her own safety.

MEET THE NEW CAST! 
ITV has also revealed new cast members! If you were in tears after Leo Sutter's character was killed in the last season finale, do not despair, a new hunk is arriving to the court: Laurence Fox will play Lord Palmerston, the
Lily Travers and David Burnett are the new additions at the court!
wayward Foreign Secretary! Kate Fleetwood will portray Feodora, Victoria’s mysterious sister who makes an unexpected return into the Queen’s life. The eight episode season three has also added John Sessions as Prime Minister
Kate Fleetwood and Nicholas Audsley have also joined the cast
John Russell, Lily Travers as the Duchess of Monmouth, Nicholas Audsley, David Burnett and Emily Forbes to the cast. The series will air this Autumn in UK and probably next spring on PBS in USA.

   'GENTLEMAN JACK'
BBC REVEALS FIRST PHOTO
ITV's main rival BBC has revealed the first photo of Suranne Jones as GENTLEMAN JACK the 19th century rich lesbian heiress from their new period set series. The photo also shows Sophie Rundle as her love interest
Suranne Jones and Sophie Rundle are the new love couple
whom she wants to marry after returning to her father's home Shibden Hall in Halifax in 1832 and taking over his industrial and mining business. Based on Anne Lister's real diaries, the series will also star Gemma Whelan, Timothy West, Gemma Jones, Peter Davison, Vincent Franklin and Shaun Dooley.

17 comments:

  1. I hope Lawrence Fox ,"the new hunk" is also a good actor.
    On another matter, perhaps, in some future post, you could elaborate on the royal wedding. I'm curious about your opinion, and I value it.

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    1. I think he is, he often stars in British shows.
      I generally boo and hiss on any monarchy :) the very notion of it is offensive to human brain even if they say it brings profits to a certain state through tourism and such things.
      The wedding itself was hilarious, from the highly inappropriate preacher who used to opportunity to promote himself, to the cellist who played a funeral song, to celebrities in the crowd, to Harry who was picking his nose throughout the ceremony like he is 5 years old, to unprofessionally done gown, to little kids dressed in black like it was a funeral.... a hot mess if you ask me.

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    2. I didn't watch it, but I thought her dress was lovely. Simple and timeless. I did not, however, care for her hair. In any case, she is a very beautiful lady and they do seem very much in love, so I don't get all the hate coming their way. I guess it doesn't really affect us one way or another here in the US, so we don't put as much thought into the royal family like you Europeans do.

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    3. She paid $100,000 for a crumpled piece of silky sack :) Givenchy played her well, real well. The nuns in the closest convent could have weaved her the same sack for no monies :)
      The hate comes from her radiating with fakeness. Remember when she said she never knew who he was before their first date? All of her friends said she had all the books about Diana and was obsessed with becoming a princess. She should get an Oscar for acting, though. Not to mention, Harry ain't any better either. Remember how only two years ago he was the most hated royal and the scandalous brat? And then daddy or granny paid some marketing agency and he suddenly became the prince of hearts with all those set up videos like that little girl eating his popcorn at a game etc.

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    4. Thanks for your honest opinion.
      I believe after the Queen is gone, the Brits will abolish monarchy, which is indeed an offense to human brain, as you put it.

      Harry is not a private citizen; he's a symbol, symbol of the british royalty . I suppose the brits expected him to marry an english girl. Well he didn't. I rather pity him. The paparazzi will make his life a misery, just as they did to Diana and her egyptian boyfriend.

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    5. Harry brought most of it upon himself on his own. He was very scandalous as a younger boy and I think that secretly he enjoys the attention as he was always the second prince. Megan is the similar type, someone who feasts on attention and publicity, methinks.

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    6. I guess I just don't follow them that closely as all of that hoopla with her royal obsession eluded me. I've never seen her in anything, but I do remember Harry romping around nude in Vegas not to many years ago. I guess if they both crave the attention, they are perfect for each other then.

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  2. You can tell she's the butch because she's all in black!

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    1. I just don't understand why would ladies ever wear such dos?

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    2. I agree the hairdos are hideous but that was the fashion of the times, I guess.

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    3. pure ugliness, imagine meeting them in the middle of the nights with all the rolls in their hair...

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  3. Those dresses in Gentleman Jack look so uncomfortable. My neck feels like it's closing just looking at that black number.

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    1. both the dresses and the ugly hairdos :)

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  4. Those dresses look super uncomfortable. Glad we live in a time where comfort is valued haha

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  5. The Gentlemen Jack looks so interesting, considering it's set in the 19th century.

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    1. who would've guessed they had such lesbifriendly moments!

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