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Mapp & Lucia
Network: BBC One
Mapp and Lucia is a British drama television series that was first broadcast on BBC One from 29 to 31 December 2014. The three-part series, adapted by Steve Pemberton and directed by Diarmuid Lawrence, is based on E. F. Benson's Mapp and Lucia collection of novels.

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General Information

Title: Mapp and Lucia
Original Network: BBC One
Original Run: 29 December 2014 - 31 December 2014
Episode Length: 60 minutes (each episode)
Description: Mapp and Lucia is a British comedy drama based about the rivalry between two women in a quaint village, based on E. F. Benson's Mapp and Lucia collection of novels. The series features an ensemble cast, with British actresses Miranda Richardson and Anna Chancellor playing the eponymous characters Elizabeth Mapp and Emmeline 'Lucia' Lucas. It is set in the Sussex coastal town of Tilling, based very closely on Rye, East Sussex, where it was filmed and where Benson lived.
Main Characters: Emmeline 'Lucia' Lucas; Elizabeth Mapp; George Pillson; Irene Coles; Major Benji Flint; Godiva 'Diva' Plaistow; Algernon Wyse; Susan Wyse; Padre Kenneth Bartlett; Evie Bartlett; further info see: Characters
Similar Series: Mapp & Lucia (Channel 4); Blandings; Jeeves and Wooster; Downton Abbey; Upstairs Downstairs
Availability: Basic Cable (or equivalent) in the US, disc media, streaming services

Content Information

Rating: TV-G
Content Labels: The representation of the inhabitants of an English village between the Great Wars, with recurring elements such quarrels between neighbors, gossip and quips, seasoned with typical comic scenes of British humor.
Violence: absent
Language: polite language and full of mannerisms
Sexual Themes and Nudity: mild innuendo, with the presence of two veiled homosexual characters.
Drugs and Alcohol: mild, reference to the consumption of alcohol in a bizarre way by some characters
Crude Humor or Comic Mischief: British humor, but nothing heavy or crude.