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Mr Selfridge

The story of Harry Gordon Selfridge, the founder of the London department store Selfridges & Co.

Premiered: March 31, 2013

Rating: TV-PG

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Mr. Selfridge: The Making of The Final Season Season 4, Episode 0 Paid

Take an exclusive peek behind the scenes of the final season of Mr. Selfridge. Featuring set, costume and hair and make-up design with cast and crew. Interviews include Jeremy Piven (Harry Selfridge), Katherine Kelly (Mae Rennard), Ron Cook (Mr. Crabb) and Amanda Abingdon (Miss Mardle).

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The Making of The Final Season
05:00 — Take an exclusive peek behind the scenes of the final season of Mr. Selfridge. Featuring set, costume and hair and make-up design with cast and crew. (more…)
Mr. Selfridge, Season 3
It's 1919, World War I has just ended, and Harry Selfridge, like many Londoners, is struggling with loss.
Mr. Selfridge, Season 3
It's 1919, World War I has just ended, and Harry Selfridge, like many Londoners, is struggling with loss.
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05:00 — PBS talks with the producer and cast about Season 3 of Mr. Selfridge.

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