Emmy® winner Jeremy Piven ( Entourage) is flamboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge, founder of London's lavish department store, in this hit British period drama set in the early 1900s. Now that the Great War is over, Lord Loxley seeks revenge, a shell-shocked Henri turns to drinking, and Harry finds a new love. With Zoe Wanamaker, Ron Cook, Tom Goodman-Hill, Kelly Adams, Aisling Loftus as Agnes, and Gregory Fitoussi as Henri. Seen on Masterpiece. 3 DVD or Blu-ray discs.
1928: Grove, missing Josie and with a house full of unruly offspring, celebrates a birthday and twenty years at the store whilst Lady Mae, now divorced and penniless, returns to London. Harry is keen to help but she has enterprising ideas of her own.
Wynnstay's press suggests that Harry should hand the store's management over to Gordon. Lady Mae impresses with her plans for a new fashion line and unwittingly courts bigotry by employing talented black seamstress Tilly Brockless. Harry opens a new technology department to sell electrical home appliances and Lady Mae has her first fashion show.
Following his mother's funeral, Harry incurs his children's displeasure revolving around his affair with Rosie Dolly, whose gambling habits he finances. Cosmetics queen Elizabeth Arden comes to supervise a display and strikes a chord with Kitty and offers her a job in America.
Frank turns into prey at a swank junket for the press. Josie arrives to console Grove. Harry faces a choice: either settle a gambling debt or bankroll a dream job.
Grove and Josie make a new start. Frank is in the doghouse. Movie mogul Harry courts trouble with a mob boss and press lord.
Harry cancels his advertising in Wynnstay's newspaper after an article blames the attack on the store on Harry's gambling debts. Lady Mae organizes a photo shoot for her fashion brochure.
Jimmy's jealousy of Victor's interest in Mae leads to a fight. Jimmy partners with Harry to buy the arrogant Whiteley brothers' Bayswater store. Frank prepares to join Kitty in leaving for America. Wynnstay threatens to sue Harry for breach of contract.
Harry and Jimmy purchase Whiteley's. Meryl discovers Tilly's secret, and backed by Lady Mae, persuades her father to reinstate her. Roger has plans to make Whiteley's more profitable but tragedy strikes.
Harry plans to celebrate twenty years at his London store. Newly widowed Josie finds it hard to cheer up the orphaned Grove children but is strengthened by a return to work. Meryl has an admirer. Wynnstay continues to hound Jimmy who makes an admission to Harry which causes a rift between them and leads to an incident.
Jimmy's final act leaves Harry in a state of shock as Wynnstay's press implies the pair were involved in financial irregularities as well as exposing Lady Mae's affair. Gordon forces his father to confront his accusers. Lady Mae returns to France, Josie is installed as assistant manager, Tilly gets her just rewards.
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 420 minutes
Number of discs: 3
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: Dolby
Jeremy Piven, Katherine Kelly, Ron Cook, Tom Goodman-Hill, Amy Beth Hayes, Amanda Abbington, Samuel West, Trystan Gravelle, Calum Callaghan, Malcolm Rennie, Greg Austin, Sadie Shimmin
Primetime Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score, 2013)