Magic or science?
Magic or science?
How many of you does it take to light a bulb?
Your body is a wonderland. A slightly disturbing wonderland.
“Jesus isn’t here. It’s Jimi Hendrix.”
New York City is one of the oldest metropolises in America, but it hasn’t always honored its heritage. These are some of the greatest landmarks that no longer exist today. However, if you want to see what the city was like back in the 1860s, check out Copper, new episodes Sundays at 10/9c only on BBC America.
These days, pretty much everyone looks terrible or like a joke in their mugshots. Back in the nineteenth-century, they looked the same—but with a bit more style. And now you can emulate the exact same style with the “Mugshot Yourself” app, below—and then tune into Copper, new episodes Sundays at 10/9c only on BBC America.
Believe it or not, but prostitutes used to be a relatively well-respected profession—at least, you know, much more so than it is now. If you want to see the prostitution trade in its heyday—the 1860s—check out Copper, new episodes Sundays at 10/9c only on BBC America.
These are the kinda cops who you’d want to go to if you had a crime needed solving (and NOT one as simple as who ate all the cat treats—we have a good idea of that). But, some might say they couldn’t do it *quite* as stylishly as coppers used to. To see ‘em in action, check out Copper, where Kevin Corcoran isn’t just the best of the best but does it in one of the most badass time periods: the 1860s in NYC. New episodes Sundays at 10/9c only on BBC America.
Modern warfare is so impersonal. Back in the nineteenth century, if you wanted to cause some harm, you had to get close and put a little effort into it. Luckily, there were plenty of tools to help get the job done. If you wanna see nineteenth-century badasses in action, tune into the premiere of BBC America’s new gripping crime series, Copper, about a cop in 1860s NYC. New episodes Sundays at 10/9c only on BBC America.