The next season of "Downton Abbey" will be the show's last, but it looks like we might get a movie. Director Gareth Neame conducted a conference call following the announcement by Carnival Films and ITV on Thursday, to discuss how the...Show More Summary
The producers of the global hit period drama “Downton Abbey” stunned the show’s fans today with the announcement that the series is shutting down. The show’s sixth season, which is currently in production, will be its last, executive producer Gareth...
U.S. Representative Aaron Schock, who became more famous for his abdominal muscles and “Downton Abbey”-style office decor than for his legislative accomplishments, on Thursday cited God, the Bible and Abraham Lincoln in his farewell to Congress. The 33-year-old Illinois Republican,...
Gareth Neame teases that a 'Downton Abbey' movie may happen after Season 6, while the show sends out a 'thank you' photo to its fans. [...]
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Everything must come to an end, including Downton Abbey. But with an ending comes new beginnings…possibly in the form of a movie! Executive producer Gareth Neame fielded questions from the...
After you meet Kate Middleton, there's nowhere to go but down... Carnival films, the producers Downton Abbey, confirmed today that this beloved drama will come to an end following its upcoming sixth season. We'll give you a moment to...Show More Summary
The rumors are true: Downton Abbey is ending. The upcoming season, the crossover hit drama's sixth, will be its last. The final episode will air on Christmas Day 2015 in the UK. Of...
Representative Aaron Schock, Republican of Illinois, who decorated his House office as if it were the set of "Downton Abbey," made his final speech on Capitol Hill on Thursday.
Downton Abbey executive producer Gareth Neame confirmed Thursday what we've all known: The upcoming sixth season will be the show's last. But why end it now? "There's so many different explanations," Neame said on a conference call Thursday. Show More Summary
Oh, the irony
"Downton Abbey," the popular period drama on PBS will end its run after its coming sixth season, the show's executive producer said.
Yes it’s sad the show is ending, but there’s plenty more to watch!
The next season of "Downton Abbey" will be the show's last, but it looks like we might get a movie. Director Gareth Neame participated in a conference call following the announcement by Carnival Films and ITV on Thursday to discuss how...Show More Summary
Say cheerio to all the upstairs and downstairs drama on megahit Downton Abbey, as the show will conclude after its upcoming sixth season. Producer Carnival Films made the announcement official today, saying they wanted to "close theShow More Summary
All good things must come to an end, and evidently that includes the absolutely addictive hit British drama "Downton Abbey."Rumors of the end of the series — or at least the end of the line for fan-favorite the Dowager Countess — have circulated for months, but now it's official. When the next season ends, the upstairs-downstairs story will too.
Season 6 of Downton Abbey will be the last, just as many fans had feared. There had been speculation brewing that the season filming now would mark the end of the British series, but now the news has been made official. What is known...Show More Summary
PBS and ITV officially announced that "Downton Abbey's" sixth season is going to be its last, the companies said in a joint press release on Thursday (March 26). In a conference call with the press, executive producer Gareth Neame says...Show More Summary
Presaged by Maggie Smith’s recent comments, Julian Fellowes’ development of the Downton-for-boorish-Americans drama The Gilded Age at NBC, and the inexorable march of time, the producers of Downton Abbey confirmed today that the upcoming sixth season of the drama will be its last. Show More Summary
As rumored, hit British TV show “Downton Abbey” will indeed end for good after next season. Production company Carnival Films, ITV and PBS confirmed the news on Thursday morning with a statement from executive produce Gareth Neame. Millions of people around the world have followed the journey of the Crawley family and those who serve […]