Mr. Selfridge, Series 3HD
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It’s 1919, World War 1 has just ended and Harry, like many Londoners, is struggling with loss. The death of his beloved Rose has left the flamboyant entrepreneur all alone and he is making costly business mistakes. His empire is weakened, leaving him vulnerable to his old enemy Lord Loxley. Despite heartbreak and sorrow all around, the world goes on, and series three sees new characters breathe life back into the famous department store. Harry’s gorgeous daughters are all grown up and causing trouble and there’s an intriguing new love interest to distract the mourning hero. Selfridges offers the world an escape from post-war depression and gloom, and customers are drawn to the glamour and hedonism behind its ornate doors more than ever before. But, though the store may be thriving, it looks like Harry’s charmed life is starting to unravel.
|1||HDVideoEpisode 1||1918 - Harry and his family are gathered for the funeral of his beloved wife Rose. As they say their tearful last goodbyes, a grief-stricken Harry wonders how he will ever get by without her. Nine months later Harry has a wedding to attend! Harry’s eldest daughter, Rosalie, is to marry renowned Russian aviator Serge De Bolotoff. At the church, a thronging crowd has gathered to see the arrival of the guests. At the forefront of the lavish event is Russian émigré Princess Marie, the extravagant and glamorous mother of the groom.||44:38||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoEpisode 2||Selfridge’s is hosting the biggest, most exclusive fashion event since the war. Madame Lanvin is showcasing her new collection at the store, and if all goes well, Harry could secure an exclusive contract with her. Meanwhile, Harry visits Nancy Webb. He tells her that this project reminds him of one his beloved late wife Rose once did, and that he’s going to bid for the field.||44:43||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoEpisode 3||Standing proud on the roof terrace of Selfridge’s, Harry announces the launch of the store’s biggest beauty event to the press. Kitty is literally on top of the world as she assists Harry, presenting her best side to photographers before releasing balloons with gift vouchers to mark the spectacular event. On the back of the successful beauty event, Kitty sees an opportunity and boldly plays the family card - convincing Harry to give Connie a job assisting Miss Mardle.||44:35||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoEpisode 4||After stumbling upon the attack just in time, Harry and Nancy bring the injured Kitty to hospital. A horrified Frank rushes to be by her side. Kitty is frightened yet galvanised to seek justice. Frank urges her to stop; she needs to rest. Shaken by the evening’s events, Harry abandons his theatre plans, instead taking Nancy to dinner. Impressed and intrigued by her calm handling of the Kitty situation, Harry pries into her personal life - keen to learn more!||46:06||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|5||HDVideoEpisode 5||Harry and Nancy are enjoying the passion of their romance, having been together secretly for a while now. But as always, Harry has business to attend to. Harry announces that Selfridge’s is on the look out for two new staff members: a Store Deputy and Head of Display.||45:40||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoEpisode 6||Harry places Violette under house arrest after the police raid at Colleano’s. In an attempt to keep her out of trouble, he persuades her to help Nancy with plans for the Selfridge Estate. Under pressure to deposit funds for work on the Estate to progress, Harry is forced to sell 5% of his shareholding in Selfridge’s. A worried Crabb flags that he will no longer own the majority stake in the store, but Harry is adamant - as a family the Selfridges will still hold the majority.||45:26||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|7||HDVideoEpisode 7||Harry pays his respects to grief-stricken Mr Grove, after his sudden and unexpected loss. Stoic as ever, Grove attempts to remain composed but the sound of his children weeping truly breaks his heart. He thanks Miss Mardle for all she’s done to help, but underneath, Miss Mardle is wracked with guilt. If she hadn’t got involved, all this might not have happened.||45:03||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|8||HDVideoEpisode 8||To celebrate the signing of the landmark Treaty of Versailles, Harry consults his newly appointed Head of Press and Print on a way to mark this moment in store. His new appointee is none other than his old friend Frank Edwards, who’s been out of work since his book deal was dropped. Together, they come up with a celebratory ‘Britain at Play’ promotion in store – the first time in five years the country can really let its hair down. This is the first part of Harry’s strategy to drive a return for the shareholders: a true Selfridge’s spectacle to put the store back on the map again.||45:28||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|9||HDVideoEpisode 9||Nancy has kept her engagement to Harry a secret from Gus, and doesn’t wear her engagement ring around him – all the while convincing Harry to keep the engagement under wraps for now. Meanwhile, Harry remains under pressure to boost shareholder profits, executing the second part of his strategy: an enormous flash sale - the biggest London has ever seen.||45:17||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|10||HDVideoEpisode 10||Harry prepares for the board meeting, and a nervous Crabb reports that profits aren’t up as much as they’d hoped. Loxley berates Harry’s business methods and reveals that the board are proposing a vote of no confidence in him as Chairman. Harry could lose the store. It’s a battle of wits, and Harry mounts a robust defence that sees Loxley come unstuck. The vote against Harry is beaten, leaving Loxley looking weak in defeat.||46:30||£2.49||View in iTunes|