Sanditon: Jane Austen Unspoken and More

We seriously NEED another season! Yes, I’m talking to you . . . Masterpiece PBS!

Andre Davies is such a delight! I ‘luvbs’ me some him! ~ Vida


Rose Williams, Theo James, Andrew Davies and more discuss the journeys of the characters in Sanditon, and the lessons they all learn along the way in the story.

Sanditon: Jane Austen Lessons ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS


Sanditon creator Andrew Davies discusses the powerful, unspoken moments in the series and in other classic Jane Austen stories.

Sanditon: Jane Austen Unspoken ~ via Masterpiece PBS


Sanditon stars Theo James and Rose Williams reveal what it was like to film all those beautiful ballroom dancing scenes throughout the season!

Sanditon: Ballroom Dancing with Theo James & Rose Williams ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS


Sanditon’s leading man Theo James (Divergent, Downton Abbey) tells us about his character, the elusive, brooding hero Sidney Parker.

Sanditon: Theo James on Sidney Parker ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS


Theo James, Rose Williams, creator Andrew Davies and more discuss the theme of aspiration in Sanditon and its characters.

Sanditon: Jane Austen Aspirations ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS


Rose Williams, Theo James, Leo Suter, creator Andrew Davies and more discuss the classic Austen love story elements that are present in Sanditon.

Sanditon: Jane Austen Love Stories ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS


The cast and creator of Sanditon discuss the legacy of literary icon Jane Austen, and the importance of her work in today’s world.

Sanditon: Jane Austen Endures ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS


The cast and creator discuss what makes a classic Austen heroine, and how the women of Sanditon redefine that definition.

Sanditon: Jane Austen Heroines ~ Video via Masterpiece PBS

 

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4 thoughts on “Sanditon: Jane Austen Unspoken and More

  1. I certainly hope there will be a 2nd season. They seem to have left space to have another season, with the way they ended the 1st season. There are several threads of story lines for characters that can be developed further, and since they aren’t constrained by a finished novel that tied up the character arcs neatly, they can take them in the direction they wish.

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  2. Oh yeah! And since it was an unfinished Austen work, there’s no reason not to especially with Andrew Davies at the helm! More Theo James, please…

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