Little Women (2017) season 1
Little Women season 1 is a BBC tv show based on the cult classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, that have been read by girls around the world for more than one hundred years. Many families had a hard time during the Civil War in the United States. Men were at the front, and women did not have such a wide opportunity to receive education and work, as in our days. This led to the fact that many families, having lost their breadwinners, became impoverished and survived from their last efforts. This is the story about the very amicable American family March. The father serves as a priest in the army and his courageous wife Marmee brings up four very different but very nice daughters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. Together, the sisters experience first hobbies and disappointments and learn to be women under the guidance of their mother. Kindred love and romantic, a lot of small and big life challenges, death and friendship are in the new episodes of the TV mini-series Little Women.
Christmas, 1861. The March sisters - Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy - and their mother Marmee prepare for Christmas without presents and without their father, a Union army chaplain away at war. Learning to appreciate the smaller things in life, the sisters strike up a friendship with their charming new neighbour Laurie and his tutor John Brooke.
As Marmee waits by her husband's sickbed in the army hospital, the March sisters must learn to cope without their parents. Meg is shocked and embarrassed to hear rumours circulating in society that Marmee is trying to marry her off to Laurie, and after an incident at Amy's school, Jo must take charge whilst trying to balance her family responsibilities and her writing.
A year has passed and the March family welcomes Meg's twins, yet Marmee and Jo are anxious as Beth's health and spirits flag. Aunt Carrol arrives with the opportunity for Jo to accompany her daughter on a tour of Europe, but dismayed by Jo's wild spirit, chooses the more refined Amy as a companion.