Damian Lewis, Gina McKee, Rupert Graves "A ripping good story" —San Francisco Chronicle "Marvelous" —The Sunday Times (U.K.) "Great drama" —TV Guide With sumptuous costumes, bold characterizations, and slow-burn action, these two complete series tell the story of a family bitterly divided by ambition, adultery, and revenge. Featuring "stunning performances" (The New York Times) from an all-star cast led by Damian Lewis (Homeland, Band of Brothers), these adaptations of John Galsworthy's celebrated novels impressed critics and fans alike when they aired on Masterpiece Theatre. Set from the late Victorian era through the 1920s, the dramas follow two generations of the Forsyte family, each marked by petty jealousies, disastrous love affairs, and tragic consequences. Also starring Gina McKee (Notting Hill), Rupert Graves (V for Vendetta), Ioan Gruffudd (Horatio Hornblower), and Corin Redgrave (Trial & Retribution). Series 1 "Wittily scripted, subtly acted" —London Evening Standard "Sparking" —San Francisco Chronicle A story that became a benchmark for appointment television in the 1960s returns in a lavish production with an all-star cast. Damian Lewis (Homeland, Band of Brothers) stars as Soames Forsyte, a successful London solicitor and wealthy scion of a respectable upper-middle-class Victorian family. Soames marries the beautiful Irene—all he needs to complete his golden existence—but finds that he can never truly possess her. Based on the first two of John Galsworthy’s nine books about the Forsytes, this sweeping drama follows the family through two tumultuous decades that reflect the pivotal times in which they live. Also starring Gina McKee (Notting Hill), Ioan Gruffudd (Horatio Hornblower), Rupert Graves (V for Vendetta), Corin Redgrave (Trial & Retribution), and Gillian Kearney (Sex, Chips and Rock n’ Roll) Series 2 "Beautifully composed and acted" —The Daily Telegraph (U.K.) "An intelligent story…excellent performances" —The Times (U.K.) The stunning adaptation of John Galsworthy’s books about the fabled Forsyte family continues with this story of young love in the next generation. Fleur, daughter of Soames and Annette, and Jon, son of Irene and Jolyon, meet by chance as youngsters and make an indelible impression on each other. A decade later, they meet again and fall instantly—and disastrously—in love. This era in the saga of the privileged Forsytes unfolds amid the gaiety and social upheaval of the 1920s, the dawn of the modern age. Damian Lewis (Homeland, Band of Brothers), Gina McKee (Notting Hill), and Rupert Graves (V for Vendetta) reprise their roles as Soames, Irene, and Young Jolyon, joined by Emma Griffiths Malin (The Cazalets) and Lee Williams (Billy Elliot) as the young lovers.