The King and Queen of TV Miniseries

Richard Chamberlain was the original Dr McDreamy on 1960s tv and in the 1980s, he became King of the Miniseries!

I think it was the 1990s when he revealed he was gay. Many were shocked and a lot weren’t.

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But in the Era of Winds of War, North and South, How the West Was Won miniseries – there was only 1 who was in more miniseries – and that is Jane Seymour.

How they didn’t do one together I am not sure.

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Richard Chamberlain the Shogun of Thorn Birds.

Jane Seymour the breath of Romance and Power

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