In this photo released by Kudos/BBC taken in March 2012, actors Dominic West, Romola Garai and Ben Whishaw pose for a photograph onset of the BBC programme The Hour, Hornsey Town Hall, London. A newsroom drama/political thriller about the staff of a current affairs TV program, "The Hour" gained attention last year when it debuted for its resonant story lines and distinctive retro style. The latter aspect - all mid-century modern interiors, sensuous silk dresses and slim suits - prompted the show to be dubbed, inevitably, a British "Mad Men." (AP Photo/Kudos/BBC)

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In this photo released by Kudos/BBC taken in March 2012, actors Dominic West, Romola Garai and Ben Whishaw pose for a photograph onset of the BBC programme The Hour, Hornsey Town Hall, London. A newsroom drama/political thriller about the staff of a current affairs TV program, "The Hour" gained attention last year when it debuted for its resonant story lines and distinctive retro style. The latter aspect - all mid-century modern interiors, sensuous silk dresses and slim suits - prompted the show to be dubbed, inevitably, a British "Mad Men." (AP Photo/Kudos/BBC)
In this photo released by Kudos/BBC taken in March 2012, actors Dominic West, Romola Garai and Ben Whishaw pose for a photograph onset of the BBC programme The Hour, Hornsey Town Hall, London. A newsroom drama/political thriller about the staff of a current affairs TV program, "The Hour" gained attention last year when it debuted for its resonant story lines and distinctive retro style. The latter aspect - all mid-century modern interiors, sensuous silk dresses and slim suits - prompted the show to be dubbed, inevitably, a British "Mad Men." (AP Photo/Kudos/BBC)
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