Last week, I went to a singles event put on by Save the Date(ing). Soon, Hattie Elliot, the founder of the company, asked everyone to sit down. Entering Goudas and Vines the founder of Save the Date(ing), Hattie Elliot, welcomes the singles by presenting their name tag for mingling and cordially. Hattie Elliot, a new matchmaker in town, has a proposal for those who've with The Hill about how she hopes to save dating in Washington.
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The Outcast, episode 1, review: 'relentlessly emotional and heart-tugging'
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Finn Elliott as the young Lewis had a touching hurt look; the always reliable Hattie Morahan was dizzily enjoyable as his mother Elizabeth until she drowned 20 minutes in. Greg Wise, as Gilbert the father, was suitably stern. But Brown Findlay barely got out of first gear as his improbably attractive new love.
The Outcast will have its fans, of course — these sort of things always do. But they are likely to be lovers of the period. Fans of drama will look elsewhere.