Digging deeper into the feminist history of a Queen best known for her hairstyle and how she (maybe) died.
Mary finally gets the upper hand, only to lose it — and one of her dearest friends — in the most vicious way imaginable.
Gorgeous promo shots from the upcoming adaptation of Alias Grace hint we may be in the midst of a Margaret Atwood-aissance as well as a true crime costume drama-aissance.
Anastasia is maybe the only person in history better known for what she didn’t do than for what she did.
Mary and Elizabeth’s diametrically opposing philosophies are front and centre this week, as both choose forgiveness for very different reasons.
Jeanne de la Motte was a badass con woman whose scheming basically made the French Revolution happen. Also? Her true story has more plot twists than a lot of fiction.
Mary is trapped in marriage to a man who is both her saviour and her destroyer; the more she tries to pull away, the more dangerous her life becomes.