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Grieve No More 

Philo consults a Haruspex in an effort to find clues about the killer; Vignette grows closer with her newfound family; A new player makes a splash in Parliament; Imogen brings Agreus into her circle.


Andy Goddard


Travis Beacham (created by), René Echevarria (created by) | 4 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Orlando Bloom ... Rycroft Philostrate
Cara Delevingne ... Vignette Stonemoss
Simon McBurney ... Runyan Millworthy
Tamzin Merchant ... Imogen Spurnrose
David Gyasi ... Agreus Astrayon
Andrew Gower ... Ezra Spurnrose
Karla Crome ... Tourmaline Larou
Arty Froushan ... Jonah Breakspear
Caroline Ford ... Sophie Longerbane
Indira Varma ... Piety Breakspear
Jared Harris ... Absalom Breakspear
Alice Krige ... Haruspex
Maeve Dermody ... Portia Fyfe
Leanne Best ... Madame Moira
Anna Rust ... Fleury


Philo consults a Haruspex in an effort to find clues about the killer. Vignette grows closer with her newfound family. Upon Jonah's return home, his parents cast a more watchful eye over him as a new player makes a splash in Parliament. Imogen brings Agreus into her circle. Written by Amazon Studios

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According to series lore, about 150 years ago, The Burgue had been home to the powerful Burguish Empire until a parliamentary uprising ended the monarchy and the city transitioned to a new democratic republic See more »


At 18.15 we can clearly see that the window behind Philo is closed. But later in the same scene, starting at 19:28, the window is open and the curtains moving in the wind. Even if that is explained as part of his remembering, the window is still open as he stands up to leave (at 20:00). See more »


Grieve No More
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There was nothing except the clamoring and murmuring!
5 September 2019 | by asb_deutschSee all my reviews

I think I am the first one to review this episode. In this episode the plot really does little progression and there is hardly any character development for the viewer to get interested. I almost slept while watching this episode, I don't understand how the mass production binged this TV series - this is not Stranger Things! Apart from the songs, there is nothing to write about. All we see is flashbacks, though it will be easy for the audience to guess without revealing much.

Cara Delevigne is surprising sweet and beautiful. She has improved her acting skills a lot. I'll try watching the rest of the episodes in hopes that the script keeps my interest.

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30 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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