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WILL Review: “What Dreams May Come”
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will excerptSeason 1, Episode 7 – “What Dreams May Come” is probably the first episode in which Will manages to find a real, workable balance between it’s light, silly spirit, and the darker storylines that the show seems determined to focus on.

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WILL Review: “Brave New World”
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will excerptSeason 1, Episode 4 – This week’s episode of Will encapsulates almost everything that is great about the series, as Will attempts to navigate his newfound fame, manage his illicit relationship and attend a a raucous and only partially historically inaccurate party with Kit Marlowe. But the religious persectu

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WILL Review: “The Two Gentlemen”
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will excerptSeason 1, Episodes 3 – When TNT’s Will focuses on the business of theater and art, there’s plenty to enjoy about this historical drama that doesn’t mind playing fast and loose with the facts. But multiple dragging subplots make this episode feel unbalanced.

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THE WHITE PRINCESS Review: “Traitors”
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the white princess excerpt Season 1, Episode 5 – This week, The White Princess jumps forward in time, and skips over some key emotional beats in the process. But as Maggie visits her aunt’s court in Burgundy to attempt to discredit the young “Prince Richard’s” identity, Lady Margaret’s emotional downward spiral leads her to a dark place.

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THE WHITE PRINCESS Review: “Burgundy”
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the white princess excerpt Season 1, Episode 3 – This week on The White Princess, a new female ruler enters the game in Margaret of Burgundy. And Lizzie gives birth to a son, but soon realizes that Arthur puts her in a difficult position, as both a York princess and a Tudor mother.

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THE WHITE PRINCESS Review: “Hearts and Minds”
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the white princess excerpt Season 1, Episode 2 – If last week’s premiere showed us that the real story of The White Princess is driven largely by the women at its center, the series’ second episode illustrates just how difficult it is for women to wield real power in their own right. After an attempt on Henry’s life, Lizzie manages to show everyone what a real queen looks like.

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