Victoria (2016– )
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An outbreak of cholera plagues London, while Albert is offered the seat of Chancellor at Cambridge University.

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Chloe Thomas

Writers:

Daisy Goodwin (created by), Ottilie Wilford | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Hughes ... Albert
Jenna Coleman ... Victoria
Tommy Knight ... Brodie
David Burnett ... Joseph
Kate Fleetwood ... Princess Feodora
Anna Wilson-Jones ... Lady Emma Portman
Lily Travers ... Duchess Sophie of Monmouth
Laurie Shepherd ... Prince Bertie
Nell Hudson ... Skerrett
Ferdinand Kingsley ... Francatelli
Sam Swainsbury ... Dr. John Snow
Roisin O'Neill ... Mrs. Dolan
Nicholas Audsley ... Duke Charles of Monmouth
Adrian Schiller ... Penge
Laurence Fox ... Lord Palmerston
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Storyline

A cholera epidemic hits London, and Victoria seeks the help of a doctor who has been trying to find the origin of the disease. As for Albert, he is faced with the xenophobia of British academia when he visits Cambridge to become chancellor. Written by C. Durini

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TV-PG
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Release Date:

3 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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Throughout this episode, a jaunty orchestral waltz piece is played which is reminiscent of Dmitri Shostakovich's "Jazz Suite", though this was not written until 1934, almost 100 years later. See more »

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New Victoria director hit a home run
9 February 2019 | by JJ-152See all my reviews

Apparently this is the first Victoria episode directed by Chloe Thomas, and hopefully not the last. For those who have followed the story from the beginning, this a heartbreaker that will try to rip at your soul. Perhaps some creative license was taken with the historical timeline, but we knew that show would be a dramatization of events... not a historical documentary. Feeling the helpless pain of medical ignorance in the 19th century is played out with a deft hand, that leaves us feeling both grateful for the modern medicine we have today, and thankful to the show for letting us in.


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