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Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill is an historical drama television mini-series. It is based on the true story of the mother of Sir Winston Churchill. Jennie Jerome was an American. She met and married Sir Randolph Churchill and they had a son. Their son would go on to be one of the greatest Prime Ministers of England. This is the story of Jennie, her life and times.

This mini-series focuses on the life of an American who is married to an English lord. They have a son together who becomes one of the great statesmen of modern history. This is a look at her life.

Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on October 22, 1974.

Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill on demand atAmazon Prime online.

Acorn Media
1 Season, 7 Episodes
October 22, 1974
Drama
7.9/10
Cast: Lee Remick, Barbara Parkins, Rachel Kempson, Ronald Pickup, Warren Clarke
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Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill Full Episode Guide

  • At age 64, Jennie has too much time on her hands. She marries again and makes plans to follow her young husband to Nigeria.

  • Jennie sets out to find suitable spouses for her sons. In need of money, she also turns to playwrighting.

  • Jennie meets the handsome George Cornwallis-West; although he's the same age as Winston, they marry.

  • Appointed chancellor of the exchequer, Randolph abruptly resigns after disputes with Cabinet members and his own health concerns.

  • Randolph and Jennie return in triumph as his career finally takes off. Jennie meets Count Kinsky, the man destined to become the love of her life.

  • Jennie can't wait until her child is born so she can return to the whirl of London life. However, a feud with the Prince of Wales exiles her family to Ireland.

  • American heiress Jennie Jerome marries British aristocrat Lord Randolph Churchill, despite strong objections from both families.