For most Americans, The BBC is the broadcasters that produces stuff like Downton Abbey (except that is ITV), and other Masterpiece Theater shows that they occasionally watch on PBS - maybe. But in Britain, The BBC is under fire. Unlike...Show More Summary
Chris Hardwick Engaged, Sir Elton Wants To Meet Putin, Rob James-Collier Humbled By Response To Thomas On "Downton Abbey": MEME
Robert-James Collier has been humbled by viewers’ supportive response to the struggles of his Downtown Abbey character, gay under-butler Thomas Barrowman. Thomas, often involved in devious plots against other Downton servants, emerged...Show More Summary
The winners are in for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2015! Find out who won big at the ceremony here:
Keith Richards talks Rolling Stones and rise to stardom - Vulture Will Lady Mary ever find love on Downton Abbey? - HuffPost Entertainment Is One Direction releasing a new album this week?? - MTV News These 1-hit wonders had some weird...Show More Summary
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With the sixth and final "Downton Abbey" season set to premiere Sept. 20 on the U.K.'s ITV, rumors are circulating on how it all will end. Creator Julian Fellowes has repeatedly stated the upcoming season is all about closure. Although...Show More Summary
Downton Abbey is going to close with Season 6. The show will pick up in 1952, six months after the Season 5 finale. Lots of big changes are going to happen. Mr. Carson is seen leaving Downton. Lady Mary and Lady Edith may find new love in upcoming season. "Downton Abbey" returns next year in the U.S. while it will arrive in UK on Sept. 20, 2015.
Schock abruptly stepped down after reports questioning his use of taxpayer money, including the lavish redecoration of his Washington office in the style of the "Downton Abbey" television drama.
Michelle Dockery arrives on the set of her new film The Sense of an Ending wearing a fake baby bump on Tuesday (September 8) in London, England. The 33-year-old Downton Abbey actress was seen chatting animatedly with some set workers while she waited to film. These are the first on-set photos we’ve seen from the [...]
On a two-day set visit to Downton Abbey, I learned a number of surprising things. Among them: Lady Mary can swear like a truck driver; which bigwig Hollywood names are fans; that one family member we thought we'd seen the last of isShow More Summary
The very talented actor Richard E. Grant will be joining the cast of "Game of Thrones" for Season 6, an HBO representative told Business Insider. First reported by "GOT" fan site Watchers on the Wall, Grant's role has yet to be revealed. Show More Summary
Richard E. Grant is joining Game of Thrones for Season 6, Variety reports. Grant, who played Simon Bricker on Downton Abbey, has been cast in an undisclosed role, but will appear in a number of episodes, according to Variety. With Game of Thrones poised to go significantly off-book in the upcoming... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Richard E. Grant Game of Thrones
Veteran UK actor Richard E. Grant is joining Game of Thrones Season 6 in a mysterious new role! Who might Grant play? Get the details here:
After appearing in Downton Abbey and Doctor Who, Richard E. Grant has now completed the British character-actor trifecta: According to Watchers on the Wall, Grant's C.V. has been updated to include a stint on the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. Like Ian McShane, his role in GOT is unknown, though based on newly leaked... More »
The series is ending and the family is downsizing as fortunes fall. The period drama comes to a close for good.
James McAvoy plays the doctor who tried to play God, Victor Frankenstein, in this latest film based on the classic novel by Mary Shelley. Daniel Radcliffe plays his assistant, Igor, and the cast includes "Downton Abbey's" Jessica Brown Findlay and "Sherlock's" Andrew Scott. Show More Summary
Apparently the Queen of England is quite fond of the ITV/PBS drama, so much so that she enjoys paying very close attention to the details of the storyline. There is a historical advisor on the show to try and prevent any inaccuracies, but the Queen found one. Click To Continue Reading
Downton Abbey has some very royal fans. People Magazine reports that Queen Elizabeth II loves the show and loves pointing out when the get the little details wrong, which is not very often. She should know, she once stayed at Highclere Castle, the location where Downton Abbey is filmed. Show More Summary
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