All we’re missing is the 1880s version of Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic reporting live from in front of the house
Ben Ahlers (Jack Treacher)Celia Keenan-Bolger (Mrs. Bruce)Debra Monk (Armstrong)Kelli O'Hara (Aurora Fane)Taylor Richardson (Bridget)Kristine Nielsen (Mrs. Bauer)Patrick Page (Richard Clay)Douglas Sills (Baudin (aka Borden))Michael Cerveris (Watson)Kelley Curran (Turner)Donna Murphy (Mrs. Astor)Erin Wilhelmi (Adelheid Weber)Rebecca Haden (Flora McNeil)Sullivan Jones (T. Thomas Fortune)Carrie Coon (Bertha Russell)Morgan Spector (George Russell)Louisa Jacobson (Marian Brook)Denée Benton (Peggy Scott)
Julian Fellowes, Sonja Warfield
A wide-eyed young scion of a conservative family embarks on a mission to infiltrate the wealthy neighboring clan dominated by ruthless railroad tycoon George Russell, his rakish son, Larry, and his ambitious wife, Bertha.
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