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Series 1 - Episode 8
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Charlotte the harlot (Jessica Brown Findlay) finds an unlikely saviour as she languishes in prison with her young swain, waiting to hear if they will confront the hangman.
There are deals being done by everyone in a final episode that commendably tries to tie up every possible plot string. There’s no reason why
shouldn’t return (ITV has yet to decide) but I hope it does, there’s nothing quite like it – engagingly filthy, breathlessly sexy but with a good heart. And the production design is amazing, Georgian England has rarely looked so sumptuous and repellent.
As we leave the stews of London, the two ruling madams, Mrs Quigley and Wells, each bait a trap.
Period drama set in London in 1763 following Margaret Wells as she struggles to reconcile her roles as mother and brothel owner. Samantha Morton and Lesley Manville star. Last in the series.
Cast & Crew
Jessica Brown Findlay
Rory Fleck Byrne
Full Episode Guide
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