Detailed Explanation Of “The Gilded Age” Finale

The Gilded Age’s first season culminated with a beautiful ball and a victory for Bertha Russell (Carrie Coon), signaling the Russell family’s formal entry into New York high society. “Let The Tournament Begin,” the season 1 finale of “The Gilded Age”, also

“The Gilded Age” Season 1 Finale Recap

I didn’t believe I’d ever be able to say, “I enjoy this show,” when this season began, but the last few episodes have completely changed my mind. We’ve gotten rid of most of the tedious plotlines, and we’re transitioning from last week’s

“The Gilded Age” Recap: Electric City

Being easily impressed pays off handsomely in my life. As a result, I thoroughly enjoyed this episode, beginning with the opening sequence in which George lights up a miniature train station. Everyone is taken aback! That includes me! Because we’re talking about

“The Gilded Age” Season 1, Episode 5 Recap

Don’t you know that a “Gilded Age” silk stocking once had swans at her supper table? That’s the show’s bar. I seek table swans. This week the Russells are prominent as Bertha enters the Four Hundred. We get to know the characters

“The Gilded Age” TV Series Season 1, Episode 4 Recap

Action! Drama! Stunning outfits! With this episode, it feels like “The Gilded Age“ has finally arrived. So much happens, and we’re finally talking about something intriguing, like an unwanted naked lady’s maid in your bed, rather than stocks and aldermen. Before the

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