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A British trope in particular, these are quiet, inoffensive drama series, often of the CostumeDrama variety, that Creator/TheBBC or {{ITV}} sticks on Sunday evening (5.30pm to 8.30pm). They are designed for all the family to watch before the stress of Monday.

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A British trope in particular, these are quiet, inoffensive drama series, often of the CostumeDrama variety, that Creator/TheBBC or {{ITV}} Creator/{{ITV}} sticks on Sunday evening (5.30pm to 8.30pm). They are designed for all the family to watch before the stress of Monday.

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* ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre'', which has aired many of the British series.

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* ''Poldark''



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* ''Series/TrueBlood''


A British trope in particular, these are quiet, inoffensive drama series, often of the CostumeDrama variety, that TheBBC or {{ITV}} sticks on Sunday evening (5.30pm to 8.30pm). They are designed for all the family to watch before the stress of Monday.

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A British trope in particular, these are quiet, inoffensive drama series, often of the CostumeDrama variety, that TheBBC Creator/TheBBC or {{ITV}} sticks on Sunday evening (5.30pm to 8.30pm). They are designed for all the family to watch before the stress of Monday.


Sunday dramas are also well-established in the United States through the medium of cable. {{HBO}}, {{Showtime}}, and Creator/{{AMC}} reserve most (if not all) of their original programming for this night. In America, however, the Sunday Evening Drama Series is more likely to be [[HotterAndSexier racier]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier more violent]]. These shows also tend to be AwardBait.

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Sunday dramas are also well-established in the United States through the medium of cable. {{HBO}}, {{Creator/HBO}}, {{Showtime}}, and Creator/{{AMC}} reserve most (if not all) of their original programming for this night. In America, however, the Sunday Evening Drama Series is more likely to be [[HotterAndSexier racier]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier more violent]]. These shows also tend to be AwardBait.



* ''Series/{{Girls}}'' is [[{{Dramedy}} technically a comedy]], but arguably falls into the confines of the trope for being an {{HBO}} show that's AwardBait and HotterAndSexier, and for having a similar audience to the other US examples here.

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* ''Series/{{Girls}}'' is [[{{Dramedy}} technically a comedy]], but arguably falls into the confines of the trope for being an {{HBO}} {{Creator/HBO}} show that's AwardBait and HotterAndSexier, and for having a similar audience to the other US examples here.


* ''Series/TheLakes''

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* ''Series/TheLakes''''Series/TheLakes'' - which had to be screened very late for several very good reasons.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''


* ''DowntonAbbey'' airs on Sundays in ''both'' the US and the UK.

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* ''DowntonAbbey'' ''Series/DowntonAbbey'' airs on Sundays in ''both'' the US and the UK.



* ''TheNo1LadiesDetectiveAgency''

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* ''TheNo1LadiesDetectiveAgency''''Series/TheNo1LadiesDetectiveAgency''



* ''BoardwalkEmpire''
* ''BreakingBad''
* ''{{Deadwood}}''
* ''{{Dexter}}''
* ''{{Girls}}'' is [[{{Dramedy}} technically a comedy]], but arguably falls into the confines of the trope for being an {{HBO}} show that's AwardBait and HotterAndSexier, and for having a similar audience to the other US examples here.
* ''HellOnWheels''
* ''{{Homeland}}''
* ''MadMen''
* ''SixFeetUnder''
* ''TheSopranos''

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* ''BoardwalkEmpire''
''Series/BoardwalkEmpire''
* ''BreakingBad''
''Series/BreakingBad''
* ''{{Deadwood}}''
''Series/{{Deadwood}}''
* ''{{Dexter}}''
''Series/{{Dexter}}''
* ''{{Girls}}'' ''Series/{{Girls}}'' is [[{{Dramedy}} technically a comedy]], but arguably falls into the confines of the trope for being an {{HBO}} show that's AwardBait and HotterAndSexier, and for having a similar audience to the other US examples here.
* ''HellOnWheels''
''Series/HellOnWheels''
* ''{{Homeland}}''
''Series/{{Homeland}}''
* ''MadMen''
''Series/MadMen''
* ''SixFeetUnder''
''Series/SixFeetUnder''
* ''TheSopranos''''Series/TheSopranos''



* ''TheWire''

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* ''TheWire''
''Series/TheWire''


* ''Series/{{Ballykissangel}}''
* ''Casualty1906'' although it arguably pushes the boundaries of this trope by being post-{{watershed}} and therefore slightly HarmfulToMinors.
* ''Series/{{Cranford}}''
* ''DowntonAbbey'' airs on Sundays in ''both'' the US and the UK.



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* ''Series/{{Cranford}}''
* ''{{Kingdom}}''
* ''Casualty1906'' although it arguably pushes the boudaries of this trope by being post-{{watershed}} and therefore slightly HarmfulToMinors.
* ''DowntonAbbey'' airs on Sundays in ''both'' the US and the UK.

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* ''Series/{{Cranford}}''
* ''{{Kingdom}}''
* ''Casualty1906'' although it arguably pushes the boudaries of this trope by being post-{{watershed}} and therefore slightly HarmfulToMinors.
* ''DowntonAbbey'' airs on Sundays in ''both'' the US and the UK.
''Series/TheLakes''



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Sunday dramas are also well-established in the United States through the medium of cable. {{HBO}}, {{Showtime}}, and {{AMC}} reserve most (if not all) of their original programming for this night. In America, however, the Sunday Evening Drama Series is more likely to be [[HotterAndSexier racier]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier more violent]]. These shows also tend to be AwardBait.

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Sunday dramas are also well-established in the United States through the medium of cable. {{HBO}}, {{Showtime}}, and {{AMC}} Creator/{{AMC}} reserve most (if not all) of their original programming for this night. In America, however, the Sunday Evening Drama Series is more likely to be [[HotterAndSexier racier]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier more violent]]. These shows also tend to be AwardBait.


* ''{{Cranford}}''

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* ''{{Cranford}}''''Series/{{Cranford}}''

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