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Another period is a comedy that is placed in the turn of the century within the twentieth century with the main characters being played by Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome who play aristocrats that are obscenely narcissistic in their lives that they live. Around the aristocrats in the show are the poor servants that they hire and the show gives a look to how they were treated in the time period but is presented in a very satirical way.

Another Period is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (32 episodes). The series first aired on June 23, 2015.

Where do I stream Another Period online? Another Period is available for streaming on Comedy Central, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Another Period on demand at Apple TV+, CBS, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Comedy Central online.

Tuesdays at 10:30 on Comedy Central
3 Seasons, 32 Episodes
June 23, 2015
Cast: Armen Weitzman As Garfield Brian Huskey As Victor David Koechner As Commodore Bellacourt David Wain As Albert Jason Ritter As Lord Frederick Lauren Ash As Hortense Michael Ian Black As Peepers Moshe Kasher As Dr. Goldberg Natasha Leggero As Lillian Bellacourt Paget Brewster As Dodo Bellacourt Riki Lindhome As Beatrice Bellacourt
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Another Period Full Episode Guide

  • Frederick's presidential bid divides Bellacourt Manor; and Lillian struggles with her new life as a police officer's wife.

  • The Commodore enlists Peepers to help him win Dodo back; Lillian's alliance with Blanche takes a turn; and Beatrice and Frederick plan to meet their beloveds.

  • Hortense helps Beatrice find her mystery lover; Lillian adjusts to life in the insane asylum; and Garfield searches for his birth parents.

  • Dodo subjects Beatrice to a beauty regimen for a campaign to get her face on the new nickel; and Lillian develops a gambling addiction.

  • When a naughty movie featuring Beatrice leaks, she finds herself at the center of a media frenzy. Victor and Albert become policemen.

  • Beatrice has an existential crisis; Lillian tries to scheme her way into landing a plot at an exclusive cemetery; and Frederick runs for president.

  • Garfield tries in vain to assert his authority as the new head butler; Lillian and Beatrice sneak into Celery Savoy's masquerade ball.

  • Lillian and Beatrice fight over a sexy Spanish meteorologist, and a boat trip provides an opportunity for Dodo and Peepers to rekindle their illicit romance.

  • Victor and Lillian square off when the Olympics allows women to compete, and Frederick and Beatrice question their relationship after Frederick discovers that he was adopted.

  • Everyone at Bellacourt Manor catches ghost fever when Harry Houdini visits to investigate some supernatural occurrences.

  • In the Season 3 premiere, Lillian and Beatrice take up Hortense's mantle to begin fighting for women's rights, and Peepers bristles at Father Black Donahue's new role at the manor.

  • Hortense and Bertram's happiness turns out to be short-lived, as does Commodore and Chair's. Beatrice turns to religion when her bar fight with Lillian has deadly consequences. Downstairs, Blanche gives birth.

  • Upon being served with divorce papers, Dodo returns to Bellacourt to settle her assets and challenges Chair to a duel. After Laverne's death, Lillian finds comfort in alcohol, much to a newly baptized Beatrice's dismay.

  • Lillian prepares to marry a rich, much older man, whose grandson shares a mutual attraction with Hortense. Meanwhile, Frederick sends Beatrice away from Bellacourt Manor after photos are revealed that could ruin him as vice president.

  • Lillian and Beatrice get help from a Kanye-esque songwriter named Joplin. Peepers struggles with newly discovered carnal desires.

  • Albert Einstein visits Bellacourt Manor, and Beatrice helps him crack a complex equation. Lillian attempts to procure a condom so that she can have sex for pleasure, and Peepers tracks down Blanche's "boyfriend" from the asylum.

  • A contagious disease spreads downstairs, and Lillian is quarantined with the sick servants. Beatrice and Frederick go on a double date, and Victor and Albert argue over their barbershop quartet.

  • The Commodore invites the Roosevelts to Bellacourt Manor and tries to persuade Teddy to pick Frederick as his vice president. Lillian targets FDR, and Beatrice forges a connection with Eleanor. Peepers contends with a servants' strike.

  • Hamish goes on trial for the murder of Scoops LaPue, which Lillian tries to to her advantage, and Peepers enjoys one last day of freedom before attempting to confess to the crime.

  • The Commodore invites a prince to Bellacourt Manor, sparking an intense romantic rivalry between Lillian and Beatrice. Peepers clashes with the prince's servant over proper butler techniques, and Hamish's cellmate attempts to teach him how to read.

  • Marriage annulments free Lillian and Beatrice from their matrimonial duties, though Lillian contends with Victor over their beloved Butternut Room, and Beatrice helps Albert overcome one of his fears. Meanwhile, Garfield clashes with a dishonest new servant.

  • In the Season 2 premiere, Lillian and Beatrice get advice from Harriet Tubman on how to make a name for themselves. Meanwhile, Peepers fills a new servant position and Chair welcomes baby Kermit into the world.

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