See ‘Victoria’ on the Big Screen Before Season 3 Begins!

We’re excited to bring our viewers another season of the acclaimed Masterpiece historical drama Victoria!

Before the third season begins airing on January 13, we invite you to join us for a free preview of the Season 3 premiere episode at one of these screening events in theaters around Idaho:

This is your chance to see the first episode of Victoria Season 3 on the big screen before it airs on Idaho Public Television! The preview screenings are FREE but seating is limited, so please register in advance. We hope to see you there!

About Victoria Season 3

The year is 1848, and revolution is breaking out across Europe. In Britain, one woman stands between order and chaos: Queen Victoria. Jenna Coleman returns as the young but fearless monarch facing a crisis that threatens to end her reign.

As Season 3 gets underway, Victoria is pregnant with her sixth child. But she has much else on her mind, chiefly the Revolutions of 1848, when the downtrodden throughout Europe begin agitating for the overthrow of aristocratic rule.

In England, this discontent leads to Chartism, a set of demands for universal male suffrage, the secret ballot, equal representation for voters and other reforms that were considered radical by leading political figures during Victoria’s reign. As with many crusades, passions are aroused on both sides — sometimes violently.

Passion is also an issue in the bedroom at Buckingham Palace, where Victoria is reluctant to risk more pregnancies. Parents now of six, Victoria and Albert find themselves at odds about their offspring, especially the troubled Bertie, the role of the monarchy, and increasingly with each other.

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