Madame Bovary

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  • 2000
  • 1 Season
  • 6.5  (876)

Madame Bovary is a television series that falls into the genres of both dram and romance. This television series was directed by Tim Fywell, and it was produced by many producers like Cahal Bannon, Rebecca Eaton, Bernard Krichefski, Tony Redston, Hilary Salmon, and David M. Thompson. Madame Bovary was written by both Gustave Flaubert and Heidi Thomas, and it star's many well known actors and actresses such as Frances O'Connor, Hugh Bonneville, Eileen Atkins, Desmond Barrit, Keith Barron, Adam Cooper, Hugh Dancy, Phillip Manikum, Joe McGann, Jessica Oyelowo, Trevor Peacock, and David Troughton. This television series is mainly focused around a young woman. This young woman is in her late teens and has a passion for reading novels. She also has big dreams of achieving that story book romance and passion that she continuously reads within her novels. One day, this young woman marries a widowed country doctor, and in the beginning feels that passion and romance she desired. However, even as the country doctor waits on her hand and foot, the young woman soon becomes bored and unsatisfied with him. Unfortunately, as the dissatisfaction grows, she begins using her imagination on a law student within the town. Shortly afterwards, she seeks a new lover. She ends up trying to convince her new lover to run away with her, but her new lover refuses. So once again, she goes back to the law clerk for love. Ultimately, this young woman begins spending large amounts of money on clothing and furnishing, putting her country doctor husband in debt. In the end her doings cause her husband's demise.

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Episode 3
3. Episode 3
April 11, 2000
On the morning of departure, Rodolphe has second thoughts and flees town, leaving a farewell note in a basket of fruit presented to the Bovary household. Traumatized, Emma enters a downward spiral from which she may never recover.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
April 11, 2000
On the morning of departure, Rodolphe has second thoughts and flees town, leaving a farewell note in a basket of fruit presented to the Bovary household. Traumatized, Emma enters a downward spiral from which she may never recover.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
April 11, 2000
Emma begins a double life of devoted wife and seductive mistress. When her plans for Charles to become wealthy go sour she turns to Rodolphe for escape only to discover that a ready made family does not fit with his life. A narrow escape from death leaves Emma ready to succumb to domesticity, until a visit to the Opera brings Leon back into her life.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
April 10, 2000
Emma Rouault, expelled from convent school, yearns to experience romance. When her widowed father breaks his leg, the handsome Dr Charles Bovary is called to attend. Emma's dreams come true and soon they marry. But the discovery that married life will not bring a continuing supply of new romantic stimulation comes hard to Emma. She cannot help herself as her affections begin to wander.
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Madame Bovary is a television series that falls into the genres of both dram and romance. This television series was directed by Tim Fywell, and it was produced by many producers like Cahal Bannon, Rebecca Eaton, Bernard Krichefski, Tony Redston, Hilary Salmon, and David M. Thompson. Madame Bovary was written by both Gustave Flaubert and Heidi Thomas, and it star's many well known actors and actresses such as Frances O'Connor, Hugh Bonneville, Eileen Atkins, Desmond Barrit, Keith Barron, Adam Cooper, Hugh Dancy, Phillip Manikum, Joe McGann, Jessica Oyelowo, Trevor Peacock, and David Troughton.

This television series is mainly focused around a young woman. This young woman is in her late teens and has a passion for reading novels. She also has big dreams of achieving that story book romance and passion that she continuously reads within her novels. One day, this young woman marries a widowed country doctor, and in the beginning feels that passion and romance she desired. However, even as the country doctor waits on her hand and foot, the young woman soon becomes bored and unsatisfied with him.

Unfortunately, as the dissatisfaction grows, she begins using her imagination on a law student within the town. Shortly afterwards, she seeks a new lover. She ends up trying to convince her new lover to run away with her, but her new lover refuses. So once again, she goes back to the law clerk for love. Ultimately, this young woman begins spending large amounts of money on clothing and furnishing, putting her country doctor husband in debt. In the end her doings cause her husband's demise.

Madame Bovary is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (4 episodes). The series first aired on April 10, 2000.

Where to Watch Madame Bovary

Madame Bovary is available for streaming on the BBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Madame Bovary on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 10, 2000
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (876)