As the Sanditon Season 2 finale, Sanditon 2×06 is deeply satisfying and yet utterly confounding.
Sanditon 2×05 is the kind of television that makes your heart race and head spin not just while watching but for days afterwards
Sanditon 2×04 plays with viewers’ heads, planting seeds of promise and of doubt about who’s who and what’s to come.
Sanditon 2×03 showcases the strong ensemble cast pushing forward multiple storylines.
Sanditon 2×02 moves slowly but surely towards forging new paths forward for the promising stories introduced in the season premiere.
After a spellbinding first season, a premature cancellation, a more than two-year hiatus, and a fan-fueled renewal, Sanditon 2×01 is here!
By the end of Sanditon Season 1, Sidney Parker is no longer a brutish, outlier, heavily-defended from the demands that come with family ties.
In Sanditon, Charlotte Heywood is the beloved heroine with principles and merits.
Georgiana Lambe is a graceful young woman seeking to reconcile multiple identities and the sometimes conflicting expectations that come with each of them.
Sanditon’s Esther Denham has a deep desire to love and be loved as she is, without pretense.
Where previous teasers left fans hungry for new details, Britbox served up a more substantial appetizer with its Sanditon Season 2 trailer.
Sanditon’s Arthur Parker as more than the comic baby brother provides a richer understanding of the wholesomeness at his core.
A closer look at Lady Denham’s odious attitudes and actions reveals a character we would do well to dislike.
Sanditon’s Sir Edward Denham certainly seems to be a lusty, greedy scoundrel and only time will tell where his character will go.
Sanditon’s Mary Parker is an admirable woman doing her best to cope with a silly spouse, but there’s still more to be seen.
Money-minded single women are, therefore, not a novelty in a period drama. Then, there’s Sanditon’s Clara Brereton.