"I think a 'Downton' movie could be a wonderful thing," said the PBS drama's executive producer. read more
Paula Kerger will see 'Downton Abbey' off with a celebratory float at the Tournament of Roses parade in January. read more
Ending Downton Abbey with Season 6 set in 1925, rather than taking the long-running ITV/PBS series through the stock market crash of 1929 leaves “a lot of rich territory” to explore if a movie “ever happens,” Carnival Films chief Gareth Neams told grieving journalists at TCA this evening. “There’s rumor and speculation,” Neame said when pressed. Show More Summary
Downton Abbey will get its own float at the Rose Bowl Parade on January 1, to plug the PBS hit drama’s final season debut two nights later on January 3. PBS chief Paula Kerger, announcing the Season 6 kickoff stunt this morning at TCA,...Show More Summary
We're in denial, but that won't change the fact that Downton Abbey is coming to an end. The cast and producers were on hand to discuss the show's swan song at the Television Critics Association fall previews on Saturday. Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Michelle Dockery, Joanne Froggatt, Elizabeth... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Masterpiece
Grab your tissues and prepare your goodbyes, Downton Abbey fans. We finally know when the show will be debuting its final season stateside. The Masterpiece drama will make its sixth and final premiere on Jan. 3, 2016 in the U.S., the...Show More Summary
PBS is really going to miss "Downton Abbey." So much so that the public broadcaster is going to give the British costume drama a stylish sendoff early next year with a Rose Parade float.
BBC America's "The Last Kingdom" has quickly drawn comparisons to several well-known series: Imagine a mash-up of the action of "Game of Thrones," the historical particulars of "Downton Abbey," drama of "The Tudors" and the grittiness of "Vikings" all set against the backdrop of the nascent England's...
The New York Times Perhaps Downton Abbey wasn’t on the market. Michael Bloomberg, who parlayed a media fortune into three terms as New York mayor, is trading up by buying a seven-bedroom, 18th century estate in London for $25 million, according to The New York Times. It’s about twice as big as his current home there, which is a mile away. Show More Summary
The home of Downton Abbey will lose that flagship show at the end of the year, but growth at ITV continues across the board with double-digit profit increases in each sector — and the outlook is positive. Despite a 4% drop in UK viewership,...Show More Summary
Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Allen Leech, Penelope Wilton and Kevin Doyle served their guests (yes, even Lord Grantham) and mingled while sipping drinks (served in plastic cups!). read more
"'Are you done’ isn’t how you finish something — ‘are you done’ is how you start something,” Wilmore said
When the hit drama Downton Abbey ends its six season run later this year (in the UK at least), it’s going to leave a big hole for its channel, ITV. Now, in a new interview, ITV execs suggested a science fiction show could take its place as the channel’s big prestige drama. Read more...
Over at Anglotees.com this week we have three brand new designs for you to choose from. First up is a tribute to British TV we’re calling British Telly Binge Watcher’s Anonymous. Second up is a tribute to the seaside county of Cornwall (home to Doc Martin). Show More Summary
Period and contemporary British drama series had a fine showing in today's Emmy nominations. The usual suspects like Downton Abbey (sans Maggie Smith or Michelle Dockery) are here with eight noms, tying Starz/BBC’s roundly-lauded Wolf Hall. Show More Summary
"House of Cards," "Game of Thrones," "Mad Men," "Downton Abbey," "Orange Is the New Black," "Better Call Saul" and "Homeland" received nominations Thursday for outstanding drama series for the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards airing Sept. 20. "Modern Family," "Veep," "Louie," "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,"...
Updating as they happen… Outstanding Drama Series Better Call Saul Downton Abbey Game of Thrones Homeland House of Cards Mad Men Orange Is the New Black Outstanding Comedy Series Louie Modern Family Parks and Recreation Silicon Valley Transparent Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Veep Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony Anderson, black-ish Louis C.K., Louie Don […]
Fans are disappointed that this next season of Downton Abbey will be the show’s last, but now there’s news regarding Michelle Dockery’s role in a new series. From the sounds of things, this new gig will be a significant departure from what Dockery has done in the role of Lady Mary Crawley. Show More Summary
Exclusive: ITV is in pre-production for a revival of its drama series Cold Feet, which ran for a pilot and five series between 1997 and 2003. Cold Feet was a smash hit for ITV, following the lives of three different couples in Manchester. It was variously described as the British answer to [...]
Downton Abbeystar Michelle Dockery may have found her next starring role. Dockery is set to star in TNT pilot Good Behavior, Variety reports. The drama comes from Wayward Pines creator Chad Hodge, and is based on the Letty Dobesh novels...Show More Summary