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A blissful return to 'Downton Abbey' in New York City

From the moment you step into a nondescript building near Columbus Circle in New York City, you are transported from Manhattan to the beloved and fictional Downton Abbey in England. “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” allows fans to once again fall in love with the lives and stories of the Crawley...

Downton Abbey's Allen Leech Engaged to Jessica Blair Herman!

Congratulations are in order for Downton Abbey actor Allen Leech – he is engaged! The 36-year-old actor announced the happy news on Instagram and he revealed that he has been engaged to girlfriend Jessica Blair Herman for some time now. “Happy Valentine’s Day @jessicablairherman First one as a fiancé! Thank you for saying yes and [...]

HBO Developing ‘Stuxnet’ Miniseries Based On Alex Gibney’s ‘Zero Days’ With Carnival Films

EXCLUSIVE: HBO is developing Alex Gibney's cyberwarfare project Stuxnet (working title) as a miniseries with Downton Abbey producer Carnival Films. I hear the Time Warner-backed premium broadcaster is working up the project as a limited...Show More Summary

Downton Abbey’ Producer Carnival Films Adapting ‘The Awkward Age’ For The BBC

Downton Abbey producer Carnival Films is developing a TV adaptation of Francesca Segal's novel The Awkward Age with the BBC. The NBC Universal-owned production company is in development with the BBC on the project. Carnival Films acquired...Show More Summary

Acclaimed Drama Series to Return April 3

Plans are in place for the return of an acclaimed drama series from creator and executive producer Noah Hawley, whose FX series “Legion” returns April 3 for its second season. “Downton Abbey” alum Dan Stevens stars in the series as....

'Cheddar Man's' DNA Reveals Surprise About Early Brits

Think of a stereotypical Brit and you may imagine a pale cast member from Downton Abbey. A new study, however, shows early modern Brits from 10,000 years ago, who migrated from Europe over a land bridge into England, may not have been quite as pale as many of their...

Downton Abbey Creator's The Gilded Age Finally Happening At NBC

Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has had an NBC drama in the works for years. Now, we have good news about its future.

Julian Fellowes’s Downton Abbey Follow-up The Gilded Age Is Finally Coming to NBC

More than five years after it was first announced, Julian Fellowes’s American version of Downton Abbey is moving closer to actually happening. NBC has picked up The Gilded Age, which focuses on the sort of sumptuous upstairs-downstairs period drama you might expect, but set in America during the boom years ... More »

NBC Orders Drama Series From ‘Downton Abbey’ Creator

NBC has placed a series order for a new period drama from “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes. Deadline reports that “The Gilded Age” received an order for 10 episodes, with the series to premiere in 2019. The project, described by...

Downton Abbey Boss Brings The Gilded Age to NBC

Ahoy, Downton Abbey fans! You may be able to scratch your Dowager itch sooner than expected, but this time with an American twist. Downton creator Julian Fellowes is bringing his next series -- The Gilded Age -- to NBC. The series, which...Show More Summary

'Downton Abbey' Creator Julian Fellowes' 'Gilded Age' Drama Picked Up to Series at NBC

The network has given a 10-episode order to the drama, which has been in the works since 2012. read more

Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes Brings The Gilded Age to NBC

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Julian Fellowes’ ‘The Gilded Age’ Drama Series Set For 2019 Launch On NBC

Julian Fellowes’ long-gestating period drama The Gilded Age has gotten a 10-episode order at NBC for premiere in 2019. NBC tapped the Downton Abbey creator to create and executive produce The Gilded Age — a sweeping fictional epic of the millionaire titans of New York City in the 1880s — in 2012. Show More Summary

Downton Abbey Creator Brings The Gilded Age To NBC!

Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes and executive producer Graham Neame are bringing period drama The Gilded Age to NBC. The Gilded Age in 1880s New York City was a period of immense social upheaval, of huge fortunes made and lost, and of palaces that spanned the length of Fifth Avenue. Show More Summary

IMDb file: Hugh Bonneville, the squire of 'Downton Abbey,' has a rich TV and film career, including the 'Paddington' movies

“We’ve all been a Paddington at some point in our lives,” Hugh Bonneville says, explaining his decision to return for a sequel after the success of 2014’s “Paddington.” “We’ve all been strangers in a strange land when we’ve arrived at a new school or a new town. And we’ve relied on the kindness...

‘Girlfriends’ Phyllis Logan, Miranda Richardson Discuss Industry Ageism – Or Not – TCA

Girlfriends star Phyllis Logan says she never planned to play housekeeper Elsie Hughes fox six years and that had she been told her run on Downton Abbey would last that long it would have given her pause. At TCA to discuss playing newly...Show More Summary

Downton Abbey's Phyllis Logan Says Movie Isn't "Dead in the Water"

Barely a year after Downton Abbey bid us farewell with its final season, we started hearing rumblings of a revival movie in the works. So far, that movie has yet to come to fruition, but according to Phyllis Logan, who played the strict, but beloved, housekeeper Mrs. Show More Summary

‘Liar’ Renewed For Season Two At Sundance TV

Sundance TV’s psychological thriller Liar starring Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey) and Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four) has been renewed for a second season. Executive producers and series creators Jack Williams and Harry Williams of Two Brothers Pictures (The Missing, Fleabag) will return to write the sophomore season. Show More Summary

Trip Report: Viking River Cruise through Europe

One of the hottest travel trends of the last decade has been the rapid rise in popularity of European river cruises. I’ve been reading about them, writing about them, seeing the ads when watching Downton Abbey and wondering about them for years. Show More Summary

'Call the Midwife's' Christmas special can warm up the deepest freeze

For much of its early life, “Call the Midwife” lived in the period-drama shadow of its more glamorous PBS cousin “Downton Abbey.” How could a group of young, shirtwaisted midwives bicycling through London’s East End in the early days of the National Health Service ever hope to compete with the...

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