The Buccaneers (1995– )
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Four American girls go to England to find husbands.
Because of their "new money" background, four American girls have difficulty breaking into the upper-crust society of New York. Laura Testvalley, the governess of one of the girls, suggests a London season and thus the young women set sail for England and the unsuspecting English aristocracy. In England, all the girls soon find eligible husbands and the youngest girl, Nan, seems to land the best husband of them all: the handsome and very wealthy Julius, Duke of Trevennick. Nan and Julius meet for the first time in a ruin, which is an indication of where their marriage is soon heading. After the nuptials, Julius seems more interested in clocks and stable boys than Nan's happiness, and all the girls soon discover that English upper-class men are not at all what they expected and hoped for.
In the 1870s, four young American girls go to England for the social season. All are from newly wealthy families and all have had difficulties being accepted into New York society. With the help of British governess Laura Testvalley, they navigate the ins and outs of British society and aristocracy. All of the girls eventually marry into British society with Nan, the youngest of the group, becoming a Duchess. Not all find happiness however.
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