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    CTM , I have season 2 from the library. I am going to watch it all again, and then the finale that we missed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    I just happened upon the show in it's first season and fell in love. For awhile it was a triple play on PBS on Sunday nights. First, Lark Rise To Candleford, then Call The Midwife, then Downtown Abby!
    Loved them all, but I had to comment on how sweet and wonderful the 'Lark Rise to Candleford' series was. In fact, there have been so many fabulous British and Canadian mini-series over the years, I just wanted to acknowledge how great they've been, and how much I've always enjoyed them.

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    Do you mean that Lark Rise to Candlefored will not return for a new season? The last season I saw Dortchess had fallen in love with the widow man who came to town and they had pledged their love for each other.

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    Lark Rise had a total of 4 seasons, and hasn't been filmed since 2011. I don't expect there will be new episodes. I splurged and bought the whole thing on DVD. Now that it's summer in Arizona, I need to have things to occupy me in the house because it's too HOT to go out!

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    Oh, I didn't realize that. I knew I we watching reruns until recently. I guess I'll have to get that last season on DVD and savor it.

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    I just finished watching all four seasons of Lark Rise to Candleford. I loved it! It was sweet with lots of wonderful characters. I highly recommend it!

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    I loved Lark Rise to Candleford. I watched all four seasons quite a while ago; I'm pretty sure I got it from Netflix, discs, not streaming at the time. I remember it taking me a while to recognize Claudie Blakely, who played Laura's mother, as the actress who played Mabel Nesbitt in Gosford Park.
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    I know it's been coming..... but, I am still bummed that Inspector Lewis has come to a series end. I am looking forward to Endeavour (Inspector Morse prequel) to return, but I was so fond of Hathaway and Lewis and the intriguing plots! Those shows would really make make me analyze and think, they had my attention throughout. Happy retirement Inspector Morse, I will miss you!
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    I feel the same way, Mike'sgirl. I've so much enjoyed Lewis and Hathaway. I've never seen Endeavor, but I'm all set to DVR and watch.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    I feel the same way, Mike'sgirl. I've so much enjoyed Lewis and Hathaway. I've never seen Endeavor, but I'm all set to DVR and watch.
    My husband is hoping Lewis comes back, but he is watching Endeavor. I catch these shows every so often and they are quite good.
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