Rumors have been swirling for months that Downton Abbey's upcoming season would be its last. According to TV Line, multiple sources have now confirmed the period drama will end after Season 6, which is currently filming. In an interview...Show More Summary
DOWNTON ABBEY 2010-2015 Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Michael Ausiello at TV Line is reporting that the coming sixth season of “Downton Abbey” will be its last. (If you’re an American, feel free to mentally change that...Show More Summary
Looks like Maggie Smith was right, Downton Abbey really can't keep on going. TV Line is reporting that the show's sixth season will be its last. And while some fans will understandably be gutted, they shouldn't be too surprised. According to TV Line, most of the cast members' contracts expire... More »
So a reporter walked into GOP Congressman Aaron Schock's office last month and found what seemed to be an amazing recreation of the Downton Abbey set -- very lush and elaborate, and very red. And Twitter went nuts with questions. Who...Show More Summary
One week after “Cinderella” burst into American theaters, Lily James was busy prepping her UK fans at the London premiere last night (March 19). The “Downton Abbey” actress joined costars like Richard Madden, Holliday Grainger and Helena...Show More Summary
On March 31, Aaron Schock — the Illinois congressman felled by his penchant for chartered jets, fancy resorts, Katy Perry concert tickets, Downton Abbey décor, and driving backward for highly improbable distances — will resign from Congress under mounting questions about his dubious spending practices. When the scrutiny ends, he’ll... More »
Who'd have guessed that after years of gay-baiting rumors, U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Illinois) would have been undone by plain old financial impropriety? The nitty-gritty details of his undoing are woefully pedestrian, at least whenShow More Summary
On the Ealing Studios lot, which once played host to Alec Guinness and the Ealing Comedies — and is now the residence of Downton Abbey — Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen have been shooting BBC/Starz's upcoming The Dresser. This is the adaptation of Ronald Harwood's classic play that's produced by Colin Callender's Playground Entertainment. Show More Summary
The cast of Downton Abbey gathers together to film for the upcoming season on Thursday (March 19) in Wiltshire, England. Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville, Rob James-Collier, Sophie McShera, Phyllis Logan, and Brendan Coyle were all seen on set in the picturesque village. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Michelle Dockery The show was picked [...]
It’s been a whirlwind month for her, thanks to the successful launch of “Cinderella,” and Lily James was busy doing more promotional duties in London, England on Thursday (March 19). The “Downton Abbey” dame looked fashionable as she...Show More Summary
This week we have a new Doctor Who design, a new Downton Abbey Design and we’re bringing back our MI5 (Spooks) design due to popular request. I Heart Heart The Doctor This new design is just for Doctor Who fans. We all know that ourShow More Summary
Having recovered from St. Patrick's Day, Marriage News Watch's Matt Baume is back again this week to take a look at Rep. Aaron Schock's resignation and why, gay or straight, the Illinois politician is part of a larger problem of...
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U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Peoria, will resign his office March 31 as questions continue to build about his use of his campaign fund and taxpayer money. What began as an amusing story about his "Downton Abbey"-style office makeover grew...Show More Summary
Illinois congressman representative Aaron Schock recently announced that he'll be resigning from his office in Peoria, Illinois over speculation that he was using taxpayer's money for more than a ridiculous amount of stuff. The day he'll be officially leaving office will be March 31st and it leaves the city of Peoria without a congressman until a [...]
ABC News' Jonathan Karl penned the poetic kicker of The Spectacular Fall of Congressman Aaron Schock: the Downton Abbey-inspired office that first got his spending habits noticed, leading to the investigations that induced his resignation, will probably outlast him.
So does whoever wins the special election move into the Downton Abbey red rooms? Or does a more senior member get that suite? — Josh Barro (@jbarro) March 17, 2015 Aaron Schock making a lot of friends on the way out the door by stepping on the GOP’s budget news cycle. — daveweigel (@daveweigel) March [Read more...]
Aaron Schock has surprisingly resigned from Congress after discrepancies were raised over his spending and reimbursements. The 33-year-old Illinois representative had billed the government and his campaign for 170,000 miles on his personal car from January 2010 through July 2014, even though his car only had around 80,000 miles on it when he sold it, [...]