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Last Tango in HalifaxLast Tango in Halifax

Last Tango in Halifax

A British drama centered around a cute late-in-life romance

Drama

7.5

show

English
2013
Anne Reid, Derek Jacobi, Sarah Lancashire

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7.5
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From the same showrunner as Happy Valley, the amazing thriller-drama also streaming on Netflix, comes this quiet romance-drama set in the British countryside.

But it’s not a coming-of-age story, the opposite. Last Tango is a later-in-life romance. Alan and Celia were neighbors and were attracted to each other when they were younger but never voiced their feelings. Now, 50 years later thanks to Facebook, they start dating again. And there are many other storylines going on other than this heart-melting romance at the center of the story.

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