10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Sanditon

You’ve seen it everywhere at this point. TV Line has even compiled a list of cancelled TV shows fans want brought back and it was #1. So what is this Sanditon show social media has been fighting for and buzzing about since October? It’s Emmy award winner Andrew Davies’ (BBC Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey)... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×08 Review

Spoilers Ahead “Let everything happen to you Beauty and terror Just keep going No feeling is final.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke Where do we even begin, darling readers? Welcome to the final Sanditon weekly rundown for the season. This is a tough one. I’ve got my tea ready and I hope you’ve got yours, too because... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×07 Review

Spoilers Ahead Welcome to Sanditon weekly, darlings -- this one is going to be a bumpy ride so buckle up and maybe bring back the spiked tea. There’s a great deal to unpack with this episode, for it deals with perhaps some of the most human struggles to date. What does it mean to see... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×06 Review

Spoilers Ahead Welcome to Sanditon weekly, darling readers -- the tropey-est, most exhilarating episode yet, we’re two away from the season finale and things are getting deliciously captivating. It picks up right where we left off last week with Charlotte on her way to London in hopes of finding Georgiana, except what she finds instead... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×05 Review

Spoilers Ahead That cricket match alone calls for some spiked tea, darling readers. Welcome to another episode of Sanditon weekly where we’ve sadly made little progress, but the series is continuing to reiterate the importance of transparency in relationships. The significance of being open and honest with our beliefs is essentially the very thing that... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×03 Review

Spoilers Ahead Welcome back to Sanditon weekly, darlings, I hope you’ve got a cup of tea in hand because episode three is a bumpy, jaw dropping ride full of some exquisite tenderness, and the beginning of compelling sincerity. The third episode takes all that was set up last week and touches on the emotional echos... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×02 Review

Spoilers Ahead Sanditon’s second episode gives viewers plenty to sit with, good and bad -- a jam packed hour full of some riveting moments that touch on the theme of class and judgement bitterly. It’s an episode full of some of the most cringeworthy statements along with some of the most relatable ones, but most... Continue Reading →

Sanditon 1×01 Review

Spoilers Ahead Welcome to the Sanditon weekly, darlings -- grab a cup of tea and join our analytical discussion into the beautiful chaos inspired by Jane Austen’s unfinished novel of the same title. (These articles won’t cover the entire episode, viewers have already seen it, no one needs a retelling from another, instead, these reviews... Continue Reading →

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