When the future star Louise Brooks is accepted at a prestigious dance school in New York, she needs a chaperone to escort her from Wichita and rein in her wild impulses. Norma Brooks senses her own opportunity to change a staid life, and joins Louise on the journey East.
It's the series finale of Poldark, and it's chock-full of drama, action, romance, treason, and more, as Ross goes off the rails, George surpries everyone, and England's security hangs in the balance. Recap and stream it here.
In the season finale of Press, Duncan's fortunes turn while the Herald works on an important story revealing government surveillance. Holly prepares to confront Duncan's cynical journalism while he struggles between principles and survival.
In the penultimate episode of Poldark, Ross begins to try to take down a shadowy conspiracy (and possibly joins his own), Geoffrey Charles's romance reaches a crisis, Caroline confronts a hidden danger, and Demelza begins to address an illegal plan.
As the Post deals with negative publicity and Duncan copes with personal issues, he and the paper finally begin to seem fallible and vulnerable. Meanwhile, Amina has a hopeful and ambitious announcement at the Herald.
Ross makes several last-ditch efforts to save his hot-headed friend Ned, but a shadowy conspiracy is working against him. George and Hanson move forward with plans that will break Geoffrey Charles's heart, and Demelza tries to help the villagers while uncovering theft.
Holly begins losing faith in Amina and her whole profession as she continues to dig into allegations against a wealthy philanthropist of sexual improprieties. Duncan basks in the power of the Post before being taken down a notch.
While Demelza deals with a counterfeit money racket, Ross is drawn into trouble by his loyalty to Ned. George seems to have recovered and is back on his nefarious and wrong-headed ideas, spurred on by his shady business partner Hanson.
The king of Greece is coming to Corfu, and the Durrells have reluctantly agreed to help. Margo meets an intriguing boy on her way back to Greece, while the whole Basil-Spyros-Louisa affair comes to a head.
Leona and Ed fight over a story for their papers, while the Herald loses one of its star reporters in an ethical dilemma, then has another complicated and dangerous decision to make regarding a story about a wealthy philanthropist.
George is still not recovering, so Cary turns to Dwight for help, which in turn makes Caroline suspicious. Greater problems await George as Ned, Tess, and Hanson stir up revolt among his workers, and Ross and Demelza must step in once again to help him.
The locals begin to decry the "decadence" of the Durrells and their guests, while Spyros begins spending more and more time at the guesthouse and Gerry becomes jealous when he begins falling for Galini. In England, Margo struggles with her new job.
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As Amina angers her reporters with a business decision to increase revenue, Holly investigates high mortality rates at a hospital. Ed is forced to cover the entertainment beat in a humiliating way in order to dig up gossip, and Duncan gives up on his marriage.
As Dwight becomes increasingly well-known for his expertise in mental illness, George descends further in his condition and is mistreated by his uncle. Ross and Ned engage in heroics at a mine, while Demelza hatches a plan to benefit the villagers.