Around the World in 80 Days may be a work of fiction, but its characters move through a historical world filled with real people, technology, and places. Here are a few things based on true history in the first four episodes of the show.
Oskar and Max run into a dead-end investigating the death of a countess, until Max decides to offer himself up as bait to catch the killer. Secrets are hidden everywhere, and Max and Oskar's assumptions are consistently upended.
Another delay leads Phileas Fogg to take a desperate and dangerous path to his next destination. Fix proves exceedingly useful in the desert while also learning about her father's past from an unexpected companion.
James argues for Tristan to take on more responsibility while standing up to Siegfried himself in making his own professional decisions. He once again finds himself entangled with the Alderson family when their dog gets loose.
While traveling through Italy by train, Fix and Passepartout begin to doubt Fogg's ability to complete his journey, until a treacherous situation demands courage and tenacity from Fogg. Is he up to the task?
The stuck-in-routine, unprepared Phileas Fogg decides to take a wager to become the first person to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days and immediately runs into trouble with his companions, the valet Passepartout and journalist Fix.
It's a busy holiday season at Nonnatus House. Lucille is marrying Cyril the day after Christmas, Mother Mildred is coming to visit, and the midwives have a bunch of expectant mothers to care for as the holidays approach.
Lights, menorahs, and trees are up and Christmas music is here, which might be putting you into the holiday spirit. Here are some holiday episodes from some of your favorite dramas and mysteries, available to stream during these holiday nights.