The old Queen Victoria may have led the more eventful life, but it’s THE YOUNG VICTORIA audiences want to see. However, before we can get to the good stuff, we have to lay the groundwork and, like so many British period dramas, we are first run through a brief history lesson: Victoria (Emily Blunt) is sick (for reasons not included in the lesson) and her mother and her advisor are trying unsuccessfully to get her to sign a Regency. Victoria, however, is determined to be Queen, and as soon as she recovers the suitors come rolling in.
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|12:15 PM ET||National Lampoon's European Vacation|
|2:15 PM ET||National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation|
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|6:30 PM ET||National Lampoon's Vacation|
|8:45 PM ET||National Lampoon's European Vacation|
|10:45 PM ET||National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation|
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