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Backstage — Canada — In an elite arts school, teens sing, dance, act, and grow up. Little Lunch — Australia — This comedy is created from a child's perspective, focusing on daily snack time. British Dramas on Netflix David Tennant as Casanova Casanova — David Tennant stars in this miniseries that sees an aging Casanova looking back on a lifetime of pleasure and his one true love. Luxury Travel Show — This series shows you what it's like to travel in true style. Though, I will say, is astounding.
Peak Blinders Returns for Season 5 in 2019 Peaky Blinders — This epic 1819 story tells the tale of a crime family in Birmingham, England. And let's not forget that couple of a lifetime Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey promoted this show. Last Tango in Halifax — Once upon a time, they were in love. While the guests are occasionally interesting, the aristocrats are downright eccentric. This documentary takes a look at his life. The original with Davina McCall that is.
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