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Harry Gordon Selfridge
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.
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.
The appeal of Mr. Selfridge escapes me. I have no problem with silliness. But this series is sprawling, vaguely defined and utterly bland.
There's a charming briskness to Mr Selfridge that mirrors its pioneering lead character.
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.
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.
Audience Reviews for Mr. Selfridge: Season 3
May 21, 2015This series is beautifully done. It is deserving of an award.
Apr 12, 2015Jeremy 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, 2015I 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