The second season of "Mr. Selfridge" picks up five years after the end of Season 1, but the narrative continues. Selfridge (Jeremy Piven) is the American expatriate who runs London's first modern department store; he's still on the outs with his wife, Rose; Lord Loxley is back to torture Lady Mae; and, while this is no "Downton Abbey," it is fun to watch.
Watch • 8 p.m. Sunday, PBS/Ch. 7
Piers Morgan Live
The final installment of this canceled interview show.
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