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Passport Binge: Escape to Versailles with Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette chronicles Marie’s life from her beginnings as an Archduchess of Austria to her ill-fated ascension to become the last Queen of France.

By Christina Zeiders

Call the Midwife: Nonnatus House Continues Holistic Care

Lucille struggles with her mental and emotional health and Sister Julienne discovers a rash on a patient’s breast and quickly gets a referral to St. Cuthbert’s.

By Christina Zeiders

WITF Passport Binge: Sanditon Season 3

Stream the entire third and final season of Sanditon with your WITF Passport membership starting on March 19!

By Christina Zeiders

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Call The Midwife, Sanditon and Marie Antoinette Premiere this Sunday

Three dramas to chase away the Sunday scaries! Watch the premieres on March 19 starting at 8pm!

By Christina Zeiders

Streaming on Passport: Top Dog

A lawyer named Emily finds herself teamed up with a recently released convict named Teddy.

By Christina Zeiders

A Sanditon Double Feature

Lennox and Colbourne’s simmering rivalry over Charlotte comes to a head and Georgiana learns some shocking truths.

By Christina Zeiders

Stream it with Passport: La Otra Mirada, Season 2

La Otra Mirada shines a light on the stories of women who are finding their voices and making decisions for themselves.

By Christina Zeiders

Upstairs, Downstairs: A Revival of the Iconic 1970s Series Set in a 1930s London Townhouse

Parlormaid Rose has her work cut out for her as she recruits a new ‘downstairs’ family to help run the elegance and finery of the ‘upstairs’ world.

By Christina Zeiders

Reminisce with “I Miss Downton Abbey!”

Adam Leech takes us behind the scenes at Downton Abbey in “I Miss Downton Abbey!”

By Christina Zeiders

Watch It Again: Emma

Emma Woodhouse delights in the conviction that she’s the perfect matchmaker. But she’s playing a dangerous game as she persuades her friend to reject a marriage proposal to a local farmer in favor of the dashing Mr. Elton.

By Christina Zeiders