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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Selfridge is really, really, really good!!! I've also watched it from the start, too. The second season seems better than the first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    Selfridge is really, really, really good!!! I've also watched it from the start, too. The second season seems better than the first.
    LOL we posted at the same time shay
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    Poldark Returns in 2015.
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    You know, I remember watching The Paradise and really liking it but I can't remember what it was about for love nor money. Are there episodes on line?
    The Paradise was what I'd call a much smaller and quieter Mr. Selfridge. The story was also about an English department store and the time period was similar. The lead female character was named Denise who was a shop girl with lots of interesting ideas on how to sell women's clothing and the owner of the store was Mr. Moray. His wife had died, under mysterious conditions, and along the way he became engaged to an upper class woman. Throughout the first season, we see a romance develop between Denise and Moray.

    I don't know if you can see any episodes on line.

    I liked it as much as Selfridge and even bought the DVD.
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    The Paradise | Programs | Masterpiece | PBS maybe this will refresh your memory shay
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    Now I'm starting to remember!!! There was also a beloved boy who had been born in the store!!! Yeah, that was a really good show!!! Denise's uncle owned the store across the street, and Denise had a huge business sense and was looking like she was going to be a competitor for Moray. How could they NOT fully develop this story out?? The potential there was just outrageous!!!

    These people are pathetic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny Mare View Post
    Poldark Returns in 2015.


    Yayyyy! I binged on Poldark on Netflix. I was so sad when I finished all the episodes that I downloaded 2 books onto my Kindle so I could start all over again in print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GolfGrrl View Post
    Yayyyy! I binged on Poldark on Netflix. I was so sad when I finished all the episodes that I downloaded 2 books onto my Kindle so I could start all over again in print.
    I didn't know it was on Netflix , thank you !!
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    Selfridge is SO much better in series 2. I'm so sad it's ending Sunday. I watched The Paradise as well. Good, and maybe even better than series 1 Selfridge, but not series 2. Did I mention how much I'm loving series 2 Selfridge?
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    I just went to Netflix and searched for Poldark, it said not available for streaming. Did you order the DVD?

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