Showing some love to her Japanese fans, Lily James showed up at the Ritz Carlton in Tokyo on Tuesday (April 7). Joined by director Kenneth Branagh and actress Yukina Kinoshita, the “Downton Abbey” babe was in the house for a press conference...Show More Summary
It's too easy to mock former Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.), who redecorated his office with a "Downton Abbey" theme and then resigned earlier this year after questions were raised about his handling of funds. Schock's ostentatious lifestyle and his magazine covers might make him seem unusual on the Hill. In fact, he was a model congressman, […]
The ending of one period drama leaves showrunner Julian Fellowes open to create another period drama, and NBC already has dibs. The Gilded Age has been in the works for quite some time at NBC, but now we?ve learned that the show might exist in the same universe as Downton Abbey. Click To Continue Reading
It's surprising that it has taken "Sesame Street" this long to do a "Game of Thrones" parody. The PBS kids show has taken on "Downton Abbey," "House of Cards" and "Homeland," but now the HBO drama is getting in on the fun. RELATED: 'House...Show More Summary
If you're suffering from Downton Abbey withdrawal symptoms, you might be interesting in The Young Victoria (2009) written by Julian Fellowes. This is a British-American period drama directed by Jean-Marc Vallée. Martin Scorsese was one of its producers. Show More Summary
Beginning Sunday and for the following five weeks, PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre" will be the home of "Wolf Hall." When I say that it is no "Downton Abbey," I mean it in the best way.
Princess Diana's brother chats with Oprah about ancestral home as a real Downton Abbey.
Reknown comic book creator Stan Lee is doing a different kind of superhero story, this time for TV. Deadline reported that Lee is teaming up with Carnival Films, the same outfit that brought to TV "Downton Abbey," to work on a new drama series called "Lucky Man."
Downton Abbey may get a spin-off, David Duchovny is about to drop a solo album, Matthew McConaughey gets paid bucks for commencement speech and more celebrity news.
Why do we love “Mad Men,” which starts its final season this Sunday night and “Downton Abbey,” which ends next season?
Look, we love Stan Lee like a hypothetical grandfather who may or may not have done really well in our Fantasy Pop-Culture Grandpas bracket last year. But the 92-year-old Marvel Comics impresario isn’t always selective in how he chooses his projects. Show More Summary
It?s been just a few days since we learned that Downton Abbey will be finishing out its run after Season 6. However, new reports indicate the show almost lived on, just without prolific showrunner Julian Fellowes.Click To Continue Reading
Still going strong! Lee is a 'Lucky Man' Legendary comic book master, Stan Lee is excited to be heading over the Pond for a go at some U.K. TV. The pay TV channel, Sky 1 made an announcement yesterday that Lee has teamed with Downton Abbey producer, Carnival Films. Show More Summary
"Sesame Street" is known for expertly parodying pop culture, taking on everything from "Downton Abbey" to "House of Cards." But sometimes it's fun to go a different way, with a performance that would definitely not be featured on PBS Kids in the morning. Show More Summary
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Downton Abbey producer Carnival Films is pairing with comic book icon Stan Lee on UK drama series Lucky Man. The 10-part hourlong project commissioned by Sky1 is Lee’s first foray into British drama and will star The Missing‘s James Nesbitt. Show More Summary
The producers of Downton Abbey have announced that season six of the show, which is set to premiere in January 2016, will be the final season of the wonderful series that tell the story of the many trials, tribulations, and joys of the aristocratic Crawley family and all those who come in contact with them […]
Press release from the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, March 30, 2015: The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will present the 2015 International Emmy® Founders Award to Julian Fellowes, the writer and creator of Downton Abbey,...