More great interviews from Collider with the cast of Sanditon season two. These give great insight into the filming and the cast’s approach and feelings toward some of the scenes. To hold fans over until Season 3 (which has already been shot), Collider spoke to Ben Lloyd-Hughes (who plays AlexanderContinue Reading

Today the website SheKnows.com released two fun videos with Rose Williams, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, and Tom Weston-Jones answering fun trivia questions and would you rather superlative questions. Ben, gave us a few quick singing lines of “Matchmaker” at the end, which Rose mentioned before in interviews that Ben often sang onContinue Reading

After the shock of episode four and the revelation of personalities, arrives episode five, which will reveal Colbourne’s past. The garden party ended in Colbourne’s outburst, while Lennox smugly stood at the sidelines. Regardless, Charlotte’s emotions are being stirred nonetheless, despite the not-so-sugar-sweet ending. I wonder what Lady Denham didContinue Reading

Yesterday, Twitter and Facebook went insane with tweets and posts after it was revealed that iTunes had accidentally dropped the entire season of Sanditon season two at once. For a mere $14.99, anyone could download the season and watch the remaining episodes. Needless to say, many fans took advantage ofContinue Reading

It’s time to pick up our crayons (or colored pencils, if you prefer) and fill in the blanks with what we know or have perceived thus far about Colonel Lennox in Sanditon Season 2. Arriving in his handsome red and yellow uniform, draped with medals for his heroism at Waterloo,Continue Reading

“I personally really enjoyed shooting stuff in the school room. It was a beautiful set, ” Williams said, before teasing how young Flora Mitchell inspired a change to a future episode’s scene. “Tis is a fun little fact. There’s a scene in Episode 4 where Charlotte is giving the girlsContinue Reading

Young also wanted Clara’s return to add some spice to Edward’s attempt to convince Lady Denham that he’s been totally reformed. “I think the audiences are pretty aware by the end of Episode 1 that Edward is not as redeemed as he’s pretending to be,” Young said. “I thought, let’sContinue Reading

Sanditon‘s Season 2 is a potpourri of Jane Austen’s stories—with a slight zest of Charlotte Bronte’s—with a little less social commentary. The writers, headed by Justin Young, have managed to continue Jane Austen’s story, making numerous references to her work, while, at the same time, bringing the narrative to aContinue Reading

When PBS was fighting to bring the series back, Clarke was on the fence. She wanted more for her character, which in her mind included additional diversity in the writers’ room as well as historical consultants who could help the production better capture what life would have been like forContinue Reading

Balls are savored and wildflowers gathered. Women contend with worries that lead them to hard realizations of their limitations. “Perhaps I will have to forgo my darning circle!” a concerned lady about town sighs. Second season showrunner Justin Young and the rest of the writing team take the opportunity affordedContinue Reading

Tom Weston-Jones is a British actor who was raised by actor parents in Dubai. After returning to the UK for theatre training, Weston-Jones began making a name for himself in series like Copper and the aforementioned Dickensian. Most recently, though, he starred in the cult hit Warrior, a martial artsContinue Reading

We spoke to Justin Young, head writer of the beloved PBS Masterpiece series Sanditon, about bringing the show back to life after a series of major setbacks, including Theo James leaving the series. Initially the show was not renewed but then there was an incredible groundswell of demand from itsContinue Reading

At risk of internet harassment, Sidney was terrible. They fixed him a little in the last few episodes, but he spent most of his time screaming at Charlotte in the street, and it made me extremely uncomfortable that he was her love interest. But guess what, SIDNEY IS DEAD. It’s the wholeContinue Reading

Sanditon Season 2 isn’t supposed to exist, but it does. Although the Jane Austen adaptation was a smash when it ran on Masterpiece on PBS in 2020 — inspiring legions of ardent online fans — it had already been cancelled by British broadcaster ITV after it failed to impress UKContinue Reading

The Austen-obsessed Sisterhood were energizing, launching a website, Instagram page and even bombarding execs and commissioners with Sanditon gifts including a Saving Sanditon egg box (an oft-quoted line from the show goes “Sanditon will rise from the ashes as sure as eggs are eggs”) and a clutch of Saving Sanditon facemasks. Source:Continue Reading

Rather soapy in its one-darned-thing-after-another storytelling, “Sanditon” is engaging, if a bit lightweight. When the series approaches more substantial topics — as in Georgiana’s complicated awareness that being Black and an heiress makes her something of an outsider, and her call for a sugar boycott and the abolition of slaveryContinue Reading

Colonel Lennox – We get more screen time in Episode 1 with Lennox than any other. Naturally, initial impressions are he’s a formidable male specimen dressed in his redcoat and military regalia. He’s well-spoken, has chisel features, clean-shaven (just how I like them), and carries an obvious presence that makesContinue Reading

Without dropping too many hints for those who have not seen it, here are my gut feelings about the characters both old and new. Charlotte Heywood – My initial impression is Charlotte is broken, grief-stricken, and deeply hurt from her experience with Sidney. Her facial expressions through the first episodeContinue Reading