Victoria Season 3
Victoria season 3 started airing on Sunday, January 13, 2019. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: Mar 03, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E8 The White Elephant
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Season 3, Victoria | 5 Things To Know About Laurence Fox | Masterpiece | Official Site - PBS - via Pbs
His sons, Winston and Eugene, even joined him on the Victoria set during the summer months, watching their Dad in action both on-screen and behind-the-scenes. According to Fox, though, they’re used to it by now.
Vicky and Bertie | Season 3 | Victoria - PBS - via Pbs
From electroplating to the Exhibition, Victoria’s writer and creator Daisy Goodwin gives us insider access to the facts and fictions of Episode 7. Get the real story and the back story in our latest factcheck!
Victoria, Season 3: Fact or Fiction in Episode 4 on PBS - PBS - via Pbs
It’s heartbreak in a time of cholera when the ruthless disease sweeps through Episode 4 and cruelly takes a favorite character with it. Which of the episode’s dramatic events are true? Find out from Victoria writer and creator Daisy Goodwin!
Victoria, Season 3: Fact or Fiction in Episode 3 on PBS - PBS - via Pbs
Did Victoria really throw a glass of wine in Albert’s face? (Real Housewives of Isle of Wight, anyone?) According to Victoria‘s writer, creator, and executive producer Daisy Goodwin, this juicy display of temper is true! Find out which other details from Episode 3 of Victoria Season 3 are fact, and which are fiction.
Afraid of heights? Look away now as ITV shares sneak video of Ben Fogle and Victoria Pendleton's Everest challenge - via Radiotimes
A sneak peek of the gruelling reality of climbing the world’s highest mountain has been revealed by ITV ahead of its one-off documentary showing Ben Fogle and Victoria Pendleton’s attempt to conquer Mount Everest.
Previously on Victoria: As Peel fights the battle of his career in Parliament, facing the consequences of taking a stand against the Corn Laws, Albert inadvertently plays into the hands of Peel's critics, and jeopardises the progress that they have fought for. Meanwhile, at the Palace, the strained relationship between Victoria, Albert and Victoria's closest confidante, Lehzen, is pushed to breaking point, as Albert grows increasingly frustrated about the control that he perceives Lehzen to have over his wife, especially when the health of their children is at stake. Faced with the prospect of having to live without their respective crutches, Victoria and Albert begin to lose sight of each other. But when tragedy strikes, they realise that sacrifices will have to be made in both their personal and political lives.
Worried of a threat against Victoria, the family moves against her better judgment to their private island. But Victoria wants to return, especially when the Charterists prove a peaceful movement. This creates a rift with her husband, Prince Albert (Tom Hughes), since it was his decision to leave London. Her sister arrives as a refugee from Germany, and uses this rift as an excuse to wheedle her way in-between them, causing Albert to doubt Victoria's sensibilities and Victoria to feel distant from her husband, while they bicker over politics, and how to raise their ever-growing brood. Meanwhile, one of her ladies-in-waiting suffers in a stifled, emotionally abusive marriage and seeks romance in the arms of the local footman. I have mixed feelings about this season. Due to filming conflicts with the cast members, most of the characters from the first two seasons are absent (Victoria's mother has disappeared, Wilhelmina is gone, and there's no sign of Ernest or Lady Harriet, so we don't know how their syphilis-ravaged relationship has turned out). It's less depressing than the second season (although one episode kills off a fan favorite) and more frustrating, since Victoria and Albert are at each other's throats for most of the season, with him being cold, judgmental, and angry about his son's learning disabilities and Victoria throwing constant, childish temper tantrums. But they do reconcile before the end of the season, and her sister is in for some much-deserved castigation. <...> - by Charity's Place - Season 3 [Charity Bishop]