Based on Jane Austen’s last unfinished novel, the regency drama revolves around Charlotte to the small seaside town of Sanditon and meeting Sydney.
The series revolves around Margaret Wells, a brothel owner and mother of two, who has moved to an exclusive area of London hoping to attract a wealthy clientele.
Amazon Prime’s The Pursuit of Love is a three-episode miniseries written and directed by Emily Mortimer, starring Lily James and Emily Beecham as cousins and best friends during the World War 2 era.
The Cook of Castmar, which debuted on Netflix after airing in its home country in July 2021. Both shows are set in the age of extravagant wigs and dresses.
The series is from screenwriter Tony McNamara, who has already proven that period dramas can be fun with his screenplay for the Oscar-nominated film The Favourite.
The outlanders put a bit of sci-fi into time travel because Claire and Jamie’s romance can’t be included in the space-time continuum. The entire series (so far) comes on Starz, but the earlier seasons are on Netflix.
Gossip Girl is worth watching because it catapulted its young cast to stardom, including Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford, and Ed Westwick.