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In 1619, a new governor arrives in Virginia bearing revolutionary plans for the colony. With him arrive a group of women, destined to marry the beleaguered men. Among them are the sophisticated courtier Jocelyn Woodbryg, farm girl Alice Kett and streetwise Verity Bridges. Faced with a hazardous wilderness and physical hardship, they see the prospect of freedom and adventure.
S1 E2 - 45m 43s
Farlow and Redwick’s disdain for the women intensifies and they attempt to send them a powerful message. When a mysterious illness spreads, they see an opportunity to exploit it and accusations of witchcraft are levied at the outspoken Verity. Jocelyn must use her guile to help her friend. Alice faces her own battle as the authorities attempt to dictate whom she should marry.
S1 E3 - 46m 23s
Pamunkey warriors descend upon the colony and the settlers meet with powerful tribal leader Opechancanough. When Massinger tries to cause trouble for Silas, Alice unearths a damning secret from the plantation owner’s past.
S1 E4 - 44m 46s
Rumor of a gold mine map sends suspicion around the settlement. Farlow and Redwick resort to espionage to get the better of Jocelyn and when James Read’s temper leads him into serious trouble, he finds himself indebted to Alice. Jocelyn finally learns who possesses the map and Henry and Davie decide to head towards the mountains in pursuit of the gold.
S1 E5 - 46m 25s
Governor Yeardley falls ill and Farlow is quick to seize power but Redwick sees an opportunity to turn the unruly militia against the governing elite and cause civil unrest. An accusation by Alice spurs James into finding out what really happened to Henry, while Jocelyn realizes she underestimated Temperance.
S1 E6 - 46m 25s
Disillusioned with the leaders of the settlement, Verity succumbs to the bad habits for which she was jailed back in England. The Sharrows’ crop comes under a potentially devastating threat. And as the settlers mark the harvest, an arrival in town disrupts the celebrations.
S1 E7 - 45m 22s
Henry presents his newfound riches to the townsfolk and soon acquires himself an array of eager friends. His return pushes Alice to take matters into her own hands, and a scientific discovery alters the hopes of all within Jamestown.
S1 E8 - 46m 19s
A boat from England arrives, and Temperance gets a letter that Jocelyn fears will contain details of her scandalous past. Meanwhile, Yeardley receives instructions from England heralding a political change that will affect everyone. Redwick strikes a covert and divisive business deal. As the farmers celebrate summer harvest, a new and deplorable chapter in the town’s history begins.
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