Get Ready for A Dramatic January!
There’s plenty of drama to keep us all cozy this January!
I know we're all excited for the return of James Herriot and his charming Scottish accent in season 4 of All Creatures Great & Small. With Tristen away, we've been left to wonder how his absence might change the house dynamic. Will James be called to service, or will he and Helen start a family?
There are more mysteries to be solved as Miss Scarlet & The Duke also returns for a fourth season. Eliza has taken over her father's company and shows no lack of resourcefulness and ingenuity in a world where crime meets cunning.
As someone who recently navigated the transition from small seaside town to new city, the premiere of Funny Woman has all my attention. After being crowned "Miss Blackpool," Barbara Parker is certain there has to be more to life than being a beauty queen. She packs her bags and heads off to London where she looks to take on the male-dominated world of comedy by storm. Bonus - this show is an aesthetic treat with the bright makeup and mod-style hair that defined the 60s.
Preview these shows and more below!
Premiering in January
All Creatures Great & Small - Season 4
It's the spring of 1940 and change is on the horizon for everyone in Skeldale House. James and Helen wonder when the right time might be to start a family, Tristan’s absence is felt by all, and Siegfried attempts to hold the growing household, and himself, together.
It’s the height of the swinging 60s and Barbara Parker has just been crowned Miss Blackpool – but she’s certain there has to be more to life than being a beauty queen in a seaside town. With the bright lights of London calling, Barbara packs her bags and heads off to the city where she looks to take on the male-dominated world of comedy by storm.
Call the Midwife - Season 12 Catch Up
It’s 1968, and the nuns and nurses from Nonnatus House return for more midwifery and family life. The midwives welcome a new nun, Sister Veronica, and tension in Poplar arises following the effects of Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech.
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