The turf war between Mrs. Russell and her former lady’s maid, Turner, has reached a level of ridiculous camp that has “Gilded Age” fans applauding.
REAL-LIFE FOGHORN LEGHORN
The Tony winner’s campy, must-hear Southern drawl penetrates the soul.
Ada’s art-loving suitor has it all: good taste in art, gorgeous robes, and access to box seats at “Aida.” What’s the catch?
On this week’s episode of “The Gilded Age,” Bertha can’t seem to get over George’s “betrayal,” and honestly? It’s hard to blame her.
TALK THAT TALK
Now that actors can do press again, brace yourself for the busiest, silliest, and possibly most chaotic awards season you have ever survived—or hoped to.
I’m sorry, *who* just showed up at the fancy party in Newport?!
Bertha Russell is a woman on a mission in Season 2, but for another family, a scarlet fever outbreak ends in tragedy.