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Lovely and entertaining. Give it a change, forget your typical period dramas.
Forget about historical accuracy, this is not a documentary, it is fiction and a lovely one. A beautiful and reimagined 19th century. Cast is good and diversity feels right. The essence of the books remains, the story was clearly changed to fit TV, but does not disappoint.
I see people were expecting some Jane Austen, it is not and I am happy they chose not to go that way.
I am dying for season 2.
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