I didn't watch 'Mr Selfridge' but I got the impression from the abundance of advertising that it is NOT at all like 'The Paradise'. 'The Paradise' is unique and therefore deserves a place on our screens. The fact that it is fiction makes it no less inspirational. Take series 2, episode 3 (music hall episode) for example, and Moray's speech about the investment he has made in his employees. Surely, in this financial climate, we need stories that promote and encourage original thinking.
So, why did you watch 'The Paradise'? If you watched both 'The Paradise' and 'Mr Selfridge', how did they differ? Is there room for both? If, like me, you are loyal only to 'The Paradise', why must it return?
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