Parade's End: Season 1 (2013)
Critic Consensus: Parade's End has a languid pace that will reward fans of finely crafted British dramas, but may leave others impatiently demanding more.
A British aristocrat becomes caught up in an era of social upheaval and the onset of World War I in this compelling five-part HBO miniseries. Benedict Cumberbatch, Rebecca Hall, Roger Allam and Adelaide Clemens head up a superb cast.
as Christopher Tietjens
as Sylvia Tietjens
as Valentine Wannop
as Vincent MacMaster
as Edith Duchemin
as Mrs. Wannop
as Edward Wannop
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Parade's End is one of the most accomplished and impressive productions you'll see on TV this year.
Like it's protagonist, Parade's End is more admirable than lovable.
The story pivots on a triangle, with unrequited love dangling like an elusive fourth Super Bowl appearance by the Jerry Jones-owned Dallas Cowboys.
As the seemingly endless opening two hours of Parade's End droned on and on, I kept flashing to one of my all-time favorite Monty Python sketches.
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