1. Downton Abbey
(Image: Period Films)
Downton Abbey is a PBS Masterpiece mini series and should not be missed! After watching the first episode I was already invested in detesting some of the characters. (The mark of a truly good series, lol) Plus it takes place during the early 1900's so the clothes and jewelry are fab-u-lous!
2. The Pillars of the Earth
Based on a book by Ken Follett, The Pillars of the Earth is full of love, intrique and dirty dirty double crossing. Set during the mid 1200's this series is very captivating and worth a lookie loo for sure.
3. Pride and Prejudice
I will maintain until my dying breath that the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice (shown on the A&E channel here in the States) is the ONLY version of Pride and Prejudice worth seeing. The.Only.One.
Emma might be my least favorite of the Jane Austen heroines but PBS's 2010 Emma miniseries is definitely my favorite movie version of this book.
5. Anne of Green Gables
I know I recently posted about Anne of Green Gables but it bears repeating: I love this miniseries so much!
And there you have it, this week's Friday Night Fab Five, full of awesome miniseries that deserve multiple viewings!
Announcement: I'd love to open up my Friday Night Fab Five and have some guests post their Fab Five here on my blog so if you're interested in guest posting a Fab Five one week, e-mail me at justaddglitter at gmail dot com and I will give you the details. :)
Do you have any favorites this week?