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Hector is tempted by a rival news program, and his involvement in a Soho nightclub leads to unneeded drama.
Bel is all hands on deck, prepared to fight for the integrity of her program, though she can’t seem to keep away from married men.
Freddie is back from traveling the world, and returns to ‘The Hour’ with a surprise that further complicates his relationship with Bel.
We see a more vulnerable side of Lix when new Head of News Randall comes into the picture.
Marnie is now a career woman, and celebrity in her own right, which drastically changes the dynamic between she and Hector.
Randall has a hard, no nonsense exterior, but he’s got a soft side when it comes to Lix, and their past together.
Bill seeks Bel’s romantic affections, and Hector’s professional graces as the head of the dueling ITV program ‘Uncovered.’
Kiki is the young, beautiful, talented singer and ‘star attraction’ at Soho nightclub El Paradis.
Angus is now Head of Press for Macmillan, protecting the recently elected Prime Minister and the closed circle of his cabinet.
Camille is Freddie’s surprise French wife, who he brings back to London with him from his recent travels.
Rosa is one of the performers at El Paradis, and gets mixed up in Kiki’s scandal involving Hector.
Mr. Cilenti is the charming and dangerous owner of El Paradis, the Soho Club where Kiki performs and where Hector gets into trouble.
Isaac Wengrow is the youngest in his family and the first to be born in Britain.
The production secretary for ‘The Hour’ team, Sissy brings heart and humor to the office.
A cold and distant woman, Lady Elms deeply neglects her daughter, Ruth, and is disdained by her husband, Lord Elms.
Lord Elms, a renowned lawyer, was a decorated World War I veteran.
Twenty-one and beautiful, Ruth Elms turns to Freddie for help.
Wallace has connections both in the world of politics and the BBC.
Head of News, Clarence Fendley has worked for the BBC since the early 1930s.
Douglas Owen, the director of programs, started his career in the Foreign Service.
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