Mr. Selfridge: Season 3 (2015)


Season 3
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Air date: Mar 29, 2015

The period drama based on the life of department store founder Harry Selfridge returns for a third series. It is now 1919 and the Great War is over.

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Air date: Apr 5, 2015

While Harry decides to pursue a new charitable project, Crabb is faced with a massive professional dilemma. The biggest fashion event in store since the war proves a big challenge for the staff, and an exclusive contract with Lanvin hangs in the balance.

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Air date: Apr 12, 2015

Harry pushes ahead with his plans for the Selfridge Estate, buying a field at auction - when he finds there is an unexpected rival bidder. Kitty is on a high as she launches a high-profile cosmetics demonstration in store. This gets her into Harry's good books - and a job for sister Connie. Miss Mardle returns and makes her mark in fashion.

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Air date: Apr 19, 2015

Harry and Nancy take Kitty to hospital as Frank is horrified to realise that he might have been complicit in his own wife's attack. When the police begin their investigations, security in the store is tightened. Violette has her eye on Victor, who finds himself in trouble with DI Purkiss.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2015

Harry and Nancy continue to enjoy their secret romance while two new positions are announced in the shop. Harry tries to convince Gordon to apply for the position of Head of Display but is not keen on the idea.

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Air date: May 3, 2015

Following Violette's arrest, Harry is struggling to keep her in check. Gordon takes up his post as deputy manager but the store's new head of display sets the cat among the pigeons as Gordon unwittingly commissions a rather racy window montage which may bring Selfridges into disrepute. Victor brokers a deal with a shady businessman in order to reopen the club.

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Air date: May 10, 2015

The police swarm on the shop and into the lives of the employees which causes Agnes to discover the truth about where Henri has been.

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Air date: May 17, 2015

Harry launches a massive Britain at Play event in the store, but is shocked when Nancy wants to cool things between them. While Miss Mardle is at work, George is busy at home looking after baby Ernest. When Grove continues to shun Miss Mardle and avoid the issue, George is forced to take matters into his own hands. Victor and Elsa have a brand new idea for Colleano's.

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Despite the excitement of an engagement, Nancy is reluctant to tell Gus while Harry finds himself worrying about boosting shareholder profits.

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Harry looks for a way to celebrate the signing of the Treaty Of Versailles while Nancy is looking for a way to tell Harry that she wants to keep their relationship purely professional.

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Series 3 begins in 1919, a year after the war ended and after losing his wife, Harry and his children try to focus on the wedding of his daughter as the light on the horizon. Later, Harry finds himself in hot water when he agrees to help Nancy Webb but has issues with how to go about helping.

Cast & Crew

Jeremy Piven
Harry Gordon Selfridge
Grégory Fitoussi
Henri Leclair
Ron Cook
Mr Crabb
Amanda Abbington
Miss Mardie
Katherine Kelly
Trystan Gravelle
Victor Colleano
Aisling Loftus
Agnes Towler
Kika Markham
Lois Selfridge
Frances O'Connor
Rose Selfridge
Zoe Tapper
Ellen Love
Rob Evans
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Critic Reviews for Mr. Selfridge Season 3

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (4)

The end of World War I doesn't end the battles for Harry Selfridge, and this visually glorious PBS drama gets ever-more comfortable as it follows them.

Mar 25, 2015 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The show's myriad, swirling subplots keep the hours jam-packed, yet plots don't get burned through particularly quickly. Time jumps are purposeful, and serve the story -- one which picks up this year stronger than any other.

Mar 5, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The appeal of Mr. Selfridge escapes me. I have no problem with silliness. But this series is sprawling, vaguely defined and utterly bland.

Apr 2, 2015 | Full Review…

There's a charming briskness to Mr Selfridge that mirrors its pioneering lead character.

Mar 11, 2015 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The combination of sparkling shop floors, luxurious furs and feathers, and Jeremy Piven's toothy grin has never failed to serve up a delightful portion of Sunday night viewing.

Mar 5, 2019 | Full Review…

It's not revolutionary, ground-breaking or "subversive", but equipped with some new characters and promising plotlines, this opening episode ushered us into the post-World War One era with a spring in its step and the wind in its hair.

Mar 5, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Indulges a soap opera atmosphere with renewed determination, keeping "Mr. Selfridge" simple, overcooked, and, at times, dismally performed.

May 7, 2015 | Rating: D | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Mr. Selfridge: Season 3

  • May 21, 2015
    This series is beautifully done. It is deserving of an award.
  • Apr 12, 2015
    Jeremy Piven might have been an excellent Ari...but that was a niche role. He has to be the worst actor ever. This show is beautifully crafted...and is saved by the superb supporting cast. Jeremy Piven must have purchased this role. I can't believe the producers hired him on his talent.
  • Jan 13, 2015
    I enjoyed Mr Selfridge however the fiction during the last 6 years of his life had spoilt it for me. I understand the statement often made by writers "Never spoil a good story by having to tell the truth" Harry when he left the store in 1941 he had 40 Overcoats he moved into a three bed flat with his daughter a Russian princess and her husband the Prince, he also had two other daughters who married very well. There is no way that they would have allowed there father to become a vagrant. I will only believe this statement when I see a police report Never forget that Harry had some very good advisories on money matters, and the death duty in the UK had just risen from 50% to 65% It is my belief that The many £$millions from his wife's estate would ensure that all of the selfridge Kids were very well off..from trust funds, Facts Harry was during his time one of the greatest fashion icons for mens clothing

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