Where to Watch Sanditon

Find out where and how to watch the fan favorite period drama Sanditon! Get all the details on how to view Seasons 1, 2 and 3 online now, what the series is about, and ways to stay connected to Sanditon after the show’s broadcast on MASTERPIECE on PBS.

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    What Sanditon is About

    Actress Rose Williams as Charlotte Heywood in a scene from Sanditon.

    The TV series is a bold continuation of Jane Austen’s final, unfinished novel. Season 1 follows newcomer Charlotte Heywood’s arrival in the seaside resort town, and her budding friendships and romantic possibilities. Charlotte’s epic journey continues in Seasons 2 and 3, which explore the classic predicament of a young, independent woman making her way in the world.

    “Sanditon is designed to be a balmy retreat where everything is easy on the eyes, and where abandoning your cares is the point,” says Salon.

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    Watch All Three Seasons Online

    Sanditon Season 2

    Want to catch up on all three seasons of Sanditon? You can stream them at your own pace when you watch with PBS Passport, an added member benefit.  New to PBS Passport? Get full details and sign up now. [PBS Passport streaming for Sanditon is available in the U.S. and Canada only.]

    You can also stream Sanditon on the PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel (available to Amazon Prime members for an additional monthly cost) or purchase the season and/or individual episodes. Sanditon may also be seen via Apple, YouTube, Comcast, Verizon, Vudu, and Google Play.The series is not available on Netflix.

    Want to own the Sanditon DVDs or Blu-rays? Make sure to visit Shop.PBS.org, where every purchase you make supports public broadcasting. You can purchase Sanditon Season 1, Season 2, and Sanditon Season 3.

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    Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Episode Descriptions

    Frank Blake and Rosie Graham in Sanditon Season 2

    If you are catching up on or revisiting Sanditon, here are brief episode descriptions by season to help you keep your place.

    Season 1

    Episode 1 – A chance encounter brings Charlotte Heywood to the developing seaside resort of Sanditon.

    Episode 2 – Lady Denham plans an elaborate luncheon to welcome the wealthy West Indies heiress, Miss Lambe.

    Episode 3 – Charlotte does all she can to avoid Sidney, but an emergency unites them.

    Episode 4 – Charlotte and Sidney clash over Miss Lambe’s love life, and Charlotte strikes up a new friendship.

    Episode 5 – Tensions come to a head when Young Stringer, desperate for answers, threatens a worker boycott.

    Episode 6 – Charlotte and Sidney must reconcile to help a friend.

    Episode 7 – With the regatta approaching, the success of the resort hangs in the balance—as do several romances.

    Episode 8 – It is the night of the Midsummer Ball, and romance, jealousy and betrayal fill the air.


    Season 2

    Episode 1 – Charlotte returns to Sanditon in unexpected circumstances. Familiar faces and new arrivals are found around town.

    Episode 2 Charlotte starts a new job, Alison longs for her knight in shining armor, and Georgiana receives bad news.

    Episode 3 – Charlotte and Alexander Colbourne reach an understanding, as she and Colonel Lennox enjoy a close encounter.

    Episode 4 – Tension mounts for Charlotte when Alexander Colbourne and Colonel Lennox reunite at Lady Denham’s garden party.

    Episode 5 – Lennox and Colbourne’s rivalry over Charlotte comes to a head, while Georgiana makes a decision that will impact her future.

    Episode 6 – Charlotte considers her future, while Georgiana learns some shocking truths. With so much at stake, will anyone have a happily ever after?


    Season 3

    Episode 1: Fiancé in tow, Charlotte arrives back in Sanditon for the society event of the year. Seeing Colbourne again leaves her feeling uncertain.

    Episode 2: Georgiana faces a nearly impossible task in trying to find a lawyer but help arrives from a surprising place.

    Episode 3: Georgiana gets a surprise visit. Colbourne’s shooting party goes ahead and Charlotte has to confront all that she’s lost.

    Episode 4: Charlotte attempts to distance herself from Colbourne but as they are repeatedly thrown into each other’s orbit, their chemistry rises.

    Episode 5: Charlotte and Colbourne rush to Augusta’s aid. Tom secures a financial investment but is delivered some devastating news. And whilst love blossoms elsewhere, Arthur’s heart is broken.

    Episode 6: Charlotte desperately wants to tell Colbourne the truth about her feelings, but a shocking revelation stops her in her tracks.

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    Stay Connected to Sanditon

    Turlough Convery and Crystal Clarke in Sanditon as seen on MASTERPIECE PBS

    Once you’ve discovered (or rediscovered!) Sanditon, you’ll delight in exploring related MASTERPIECE Studio podcast interviewsonline special features and video shorts about the adaptation, cast insights, and more!

    Follow MASTERPIECE on Instagram as well as Facebook for the latest news on other MASTERPIECE dramas and mysteries you won’t want to miss.


  5. 5.

    Looking for Other Period Dramas?

    Kate Phillips as Miss Scarlet, Aidan Turner as Ross Poldark, and Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria in three period dramas from MASTERPIECE on PBS.

    We heartily recommend these MASTERPIECE shows available on PBS Passport:

    Miss Scarlet and The Duke | Three Seasons

    Eliza Scarlet is Victorian London’s first-ever female detective. She joins forces with a dashing Scotland Yard inspector to solve crimes in this Victorian era mystery. Watch Miss Scarlet and The Duke now.

    Downton Abbey | Six Seasons

    Chronicles the lives of the British aristocratic Crawley family and their domestic servants between 1912 and 1926, at a fictional Yorkshire country estate. Watch Downton Abbey Seasons 1-6 now.

    Poldark | Five Seasons

    Ross Poldark is a redcoat who returns to Cornwall after battle to learn his father is dead, his lands ruined, and his true love engaged to another. Can he change his destiny, restore his fortune, and reclaim his love? Watch Poldark Seasons 1-5 now.

    Victoria | Three Seasons

    The series follows British Queen Victoria’s early life—from her accession to the throne in 1837 at age 18, to her courtship and early marriage to her cousin, Prince Albert. Watch Victoria Seasons 1-3 now.

    All Creatures Great and Small | Three Seasons

    Get swept away into the enchanting, charming world of veterinarian James Herriot in England’s Yorkshire Dales, based off the beloved books. Watch Seasons 1-3 of the series now.


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