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End Women's History Month with a bang...courtesy of the Rat City Rollergirls!

Blood on the Flat Track, Rat City Rollergirls

End Women's History Month with a bang...courtesy of the Rat City Rollergirls!

In celebration of Women's History Month, we encourage you to check out BLOOD ON THE FLAT TRACK: THE RISE OF THE RAT CITY ROLLERGIRLS. Co-directed by Seattle-based filmmakers Lainy Bagwell and Lacey Leavitt, this film has entertainment value for roller derby fanatics and novices alike. BLOOD ON THE FLAT TRACK is available for purchase and rent on Amazon.
Warning: helmets not included.

Update to the Reel NW Blog

Reel NW brings you the very best in independent films from or about the Northwest. But even with an extensive lineup, there will always be film projects we love, but are unable to include in the series. We aim to make this blog a place where we can go beyond the films we broadcast and/or stream. Visit the Reel NW Blog to learn about regional productions that we feel are compelling and worth checking out.

The Women of Selfridges

Agnes Towler taking Henri LeClair on a market tour in Mr. Selfridge season 1

This week, blogger Amie Simon helps prepare us for the return of Mr. Selfridge with this *very spoiler-filled* post. Read all about it and watch the preview to get ready for Sunday!

(Video available in U.S. only)

On Set at 221B Baker St

Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock, series 3. Photo by Annaliese Davis.

Last spring, Sherlock fan Annaliese Davis was studying abroad in London when she discovered series 3 was shooting on location in the city. Here is her behind-the-scenes report, written during her internship at KCTS 9.

Downton Abbey Season 4 Recap: Let’s drink to romance!

Howard Levinson and Madeleine Allsopp at a ball

America may have been dry during this season of Downton Abbey, but nothing was dry at Downton. Amie Simon reflects on some key moments and themes. Get your cocktail shakers ready! But never fear. Although it’s nearly 10 months until season five, we’ll continue posting new British drama blogs this spring. And be sure to read all the way through for a rousing roundup of all the new faces of season four. Bottoms up!

Let Battle Commence: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Episode 8

Carson and Mrs Hughes on the beach

Blogger Amie Simon brings us our season finale recap... Say it ain't so! Look for Amie's season wrap-up (with cocktail suggestions!) next week.
 
How can Downton season four be over already? I feel like it just started! Last night’s 90-minute finale jumped ahead almost a year in the Crawley family’s life, and managed to wrap up almost everything—while still leaving us with a few mysteries to marinate on for next season!

A Desire of Suitors: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Episode 7

Anna and Baxter enjoy a light moment at the bazaar

Season four is almost over! Amie Simon recaps another remarkable episode of Downton Abbey: 
Although this week’s episode of Downton answers the question about what to call the many men falling all over Lady Mary, viewers were still left hanging about a lot of other things, and it seems impossible that they’ll all get wrapped up by next week’s finale!
 

Deceptions and Revelations: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Episode 6

Robert bids adieu to Edith as he departs to America

This week’s Downton was a rollercoaster of ups and downs—and while I’m glad we saw some characters having a bit of fun, it made the lows others were having even harder to swallow.

A Night of Secrets: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Episode 5 recap

Mary and just two of her suitors, Evelyn Napier and Charles Blake

Did you guess any of the surprises in this episode before tuning in? If you were too wired after the Seahawks win and haven't yet watched episode 5, look away to preserve the surprise and avoid spoilers! If you (like us) made it a marathon TV night, read on for Amie Simon's latest recap, and let us know what you think!

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