We know how y’all love 1970s British miniseries around here, so sometimes we’ll oblige with a deep-dive! I was in the mood, so I gave Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill (1974) a watch in the last week it was available on AcornTV. I didn’t realize when I started watching the first of seven episodes that it was soon to leave the streaming service, but soon enough, there was a warning that the series would be leaving in a few days, so I had to binge the whole thing (not my preferred method of viewing) and scramble for screencaps. So don’t say I never did anything for ya!
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