Would a British countess drink Chardonnay? Maybe if she was really a Yank.
Maybe the influence lies in part with a new season of Downton Abbey here in the U.S. or the fact I am on Mid-Century modern overload, but one of the looks I would love to see regain its status in 2015 is English Country Style. Popularized...Show More Summary
Cressida Bonas, former girlfriend of Britain's Prince Harry, attended the 2015 BAFTA Tea Party this week in Los Angeles. Chatting with Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt (now a winner of a Golden Globe!) and looking lovely in a white Mulberry...Show More Summary
Joanne Froggat – who plays Anna Bates on hit show Downton Abbey – won big last night at the Golden Globes. She wont the award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV show. Check out her moving acceptance speech below: The post Mrs Bates Goes to Hollywood: Joanne Froggatt Wins Big at the Golden Globes and Makes Moving Speech appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
Lady Mary is flirting with disaster.
Downstairs We start this episode by saying goodbye to Jimmy the footman who's never really been of much use at Downton. He sniped at Barrow for being gay. He nearly date raped Ivy. For the longest time he was one of two interchangeable...Show More Summary
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Continuing with the incendiary theme that permeated last week's "Downton Abbey" season-premiere denouement, this week's episode was all about the slow burn.
The Overthinkers recap Downton Abbey Season 5 Episode 2. TV Recap: Downton Abbey Season 5 Episode 2 originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Joanne Froggatt poses in the press room at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 11) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 34-year-old actress won the Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film award for her role as Anna Bates on Downton Abbey. PHOTOS: Check out [...]
This week on Downton Abbey, Mary goes on a sex vacation with Gillingham, Carson and Mrs. Hughes flirt in the weirdest way possible, Edith continues creeping out local farmers, and Baxter refuses to justify her thieving past. Also everyone...Show More Summary
We’ve always known that class distinctions are eroding and times are changing on Downton Abbey, mainly because more than one character notes it at least twice per episode. But the proceedings really got modern in this week’s installment, which involved the welcoming of a wireless (GASP!) into the Downton estate... More »
The world is getting smaller, and getting bigger. The wireless brings news and music from afar, even carrying the voice of the king into homes where he would never deign to set foot. Marie Snopes’ literature gives women a chance to enjoy...Show More Summary
Mary asks Anna a pretty big favor. Here's the recap and review of Downton Abbey - Season 5 Episode 2: The post Downton Abbey – Season 5 Episode 2 – Recap and Review appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Resu...
There wasn’t much to untangle this week at Downton. Mary prepped for an illicit getaway. Edith plotted to spend more time with her child. Daisy studied math. Rose begged for a radio. (Oh, Rose). Lady Grantham eyed a visitor. Lord Grantham acted all surly. And a policeman visited. There you have it. Shortest recap ever! Feeling […]
Her character, Anna, had an emotional and controversial rape storyline during the show's fourth season.
Editor's Note: This recap was originally published in September 2014, in conjunction with the UK airing of Downton Abbey. Everyone is cleaning up some messes in episode 2 of Downton Abbey's Season 5 — and not all of them were causedShow More Summary
Sex — and its unintended consequences — are all around. The signs: packages from the apothecary, trips to Liverpool and tidy hair.
Wow! In the first upset of the night, Joanne Froggatt won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film for her work on Downton Abbey! We're a little surprised that Uzo Aduba didn't take home the award, but Joanne totally deserved the win, especially after her very powerful rape storyline on [...]
Joanne Froggatt won Best Supporting Actress In A Series, Mini-Series Or TV Movie at the Golden Globes for her role in "Downton Abbey." This is Froggatt's first nomination and Golden Globe trophy. She plays the role of Anna Bates, the...Show More Summary