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The Hour takes us behind the scenes of a broadcast news room in London during the mid 50s, with a highly competitive, sharp witted and passionate love triangle at its core. At Lime Grove Studios, the BBC are launching The Hour, a new topical news program. At the heart of the show are three contrasting journalists: enigmatic producer Bel Rowley, a spirited woman in a man’s world, her best friend Freddie Lyon, a brilliant and passionate reporter, and a charming, well-connected front man, Hector Madden. As Freddie moves to cover a significant but controversial breaking story, the trio become entangled in an intense interplay of politics, ambition and romance, ignited by a mysterious murder and chilling conspiracy. Fifties London is brought to life in this tense drama, delivering an exquisite and stylish portrayal of a world on the threshold of momentous change.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1||June 1956. BBC reporters and soul-mates Bel Rowley and Freddie Lyon spot their opportunity to be a part of a brand new current affairs TV show at Lime Grove Studios. But as Freddie's interview looms, a chance meeting with an old friend finds him pursuing a new story and thrusts him deep into the middle of a dark and dangerous conspiracy.||59:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2||‘The Hour’ is up and running, but Bel and Freddie are having trouble with Hector’s on-camera personality. Freddie gets deeper into his conspiracy investigations, as revolution in Egypt forces both Bel and Hector to step up their game.||59:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3||Hector’s wife invites Bel and Freddie to the country for the weekend. Freddie accepts, hoping to find more clues to illuminate the murder of Ruthie, and Bell does as well after a nudge from Hector. The office becomes suspicious of Tom Kish.||57:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4||Its Freddie's birthday and the effects of Tom's death are still being felt around the newsroom. Two huge news stories are breaking but Freddie's disappeared and it's a newly confident Hector who's leading the charge. Meanwhile Bel and Hector's affair gathers steam and Isaac's got his eye on Sissy.||57:21||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 5||As violence erupts over the Suez Canal, the British government cracks down on content censorship with a blackout. Will Bel accept McCains’ terms or risk cancellation by sticking to her guns? Freddie’s digging finally leads him to the mole, and more.||58:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 6||It’s time for Bel to choose between Freddie and Hector – as well as ‘The Hour’ a rival program – and Freddie uncovers not only the mystery of Ruth’s murder, but truths about himself that will change his life forever.||59:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTrailer||Preview trailer for The Hour - a thrilling new drama starring Dominic West, Romola Garai and Ben Whishaw||3:34||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||HDVideoBehind the Scenes: The Set Design of The Hour||Dominic West and Anna Chancellor tour around the magnificent sets of 'The Hour', created by Academy award nominated production designer Eve Stewart (The King's Speech, Vera Drake, Topsy Turvey). This feature is an exclusive look behind the scenes of this classy drama, delving into the costume department and Romola Garai, Ben Wishaw and the production team discuss the 1950s look in Britain.||9:58||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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THIS IS NOT MAD MEN UK. THIS IS QUALITY DRAMA.
I think that this is something that people need to understand when watching this show. When the first reviews came out, everyone was talking about how similar it is to Mad Men. Well, it's not. It's nothing like it at all. The entire series (so far) has been crafted brilliantly, with many fine details. Every single aspect of each episode is amazingly well thought out. I thought that with the thriller element it may be a bit cliche but there is nothing of that sort. The series really reflects how journalism worked in the 1950s and the political repercussions of reporting the truth.
I cannot recommend this show highly enough.
...will we ever have access to Episode 2??
Rubicon if it was British! Love it!