Alison Wilson's husband Alec is dead, when a woman arrives claiming to be Alec's 'real wife.' Alison must try and find out who her husband really was, but it soon becomes clear that Alec died holding his secrets close to his chest.
Stars Ruth Wilson, Iain Glen and Keeley Hawes along with writer Anna Symon, tell us what Mrs. Wilson is about. Mrs. Wilson premieres Sunday, March 31 at ...
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I saw the 1st episode and I loved it.
The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do. The hard part is doing it.
I think she married Tom Hanks
Wasn’t expecting such a great show!
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Mrs. (American English) or Mrs (British English; standard English pronunciation: ) is a commonly used English honorific used for women, usually for those who are married and who do not instead use another title (or rank), such as Dr, Professor, President, Dame, etc. In most Commonwealth countries, a full stop (period) is usually not used with the title. In the United States and Canada a period is usually used (see Abbreviation).Mrs originated as a contraction of the honorific Mistress, the feminine of Mister, or Master, which was originally applied to both married and unmarried women. The split into Mrs for married women and Miss for unmarried began during the 17th century; the 17th century also saw the coinage of a new unmarked option Ms with a return of this usage appearing in the 20th century. It is rare for Mrs to be written in a non-abbreviated form, and the unabbreviated word lacks a standard spelling. In literature it may appear as missus or missis in dialogue. A variant in the works of Thomas Hardy and others is "Mis'ess", reflecting its etymology. Misses has been used but is ambiguous, as this is a commonly used plural for Miss. The plural of Mrs is from the French: Mesdames. This may be used as-is in written correspondence, or it may be abbreviated Mmes.. MrsWilsonPBS, MASTERPIECE on PBS, Ruth Wilson, Iain Glen, Keeley Hawes, Anna Symon,
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