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Let Martha Stewart Show You How To Make A Downton Abbey Gingerbread House

Downton Abbey is a show that is inexplicably still on television [SPOILER ALERT] despite having killed off its most attractive male character. But just because you-know-who abandoned the Crawley family for real Hollywood fame doesn't...Show More Summary

Martha Stewart Recreates Downton Abbey in Gingerbread

Because she's Martha, you twit. Leave it to doyenne of domestication/ Gwyneth Paltrow's nemesis Martha Stewart to go above and beyond in the gingerbread department. This Christmas, she's building Downton Abbey out of gingerbread. Good...Show More Summary

Martha Stewart Made a Downton Abbey Gingerbread House

Martha Stewart can't make normal Christmas treats, you peasant. When she goes gingerbread house, she goes gingerbread mansion — and that mansion happens to be a reproduction of Downton Abbey's Grantham estate. "It’s in the Anglo-Italianate style," Martha says. Downton's version is made of "bath stone, lots of lead, and finials," while... More »

‘School of Rock’ musical coming to Broadway, courtesy of Andrew Lloyd Webber

Jack Black, Downton Abbey, and The Phantom of the Opera don’t necessarily go together, but that changes with the arrival

Hotels: You Can Sleep at the Estate Where Downton Abbey Is Filmed

Photo courtesy of Highclere Castle Highclere Castle, the Renaissance Revival estate in the English countryside where the charged and weepy aristocratic drama Downton Abbey is filmed, has now opened its doors to overnight visitors. Two stone cottages on either side...

On the Books: Could ‘Beowulf’ be the next ‘Game of Thrones’?

Could the Old English epic poem “Beowulf” become the next Game of Thrones? The British network ITV, which also airs Downton Abbey, has

Highclere, a.k.a. Downton Abbey, to offer accommodations on grounds

You can visit Britain's Highclere Castle, the stand-in for the popular “Downton Abbey of PBS fame, of course, but soon you will be able to stay on the grounds in newly restored buildings called London Lodge.

A Night At the Museum's Dan Stevens on Swords, Shia LaBeouf, and Working With Robin Williams

Former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens has always preferred the "slightly more absurd" versions of the King Arthur legend (think Monty Python and the Holy Grail), so it's with that spirit that he steps into the role of Lancelot in the third installment of the Night of the Museum franchise,... More »

Where have all the TV dogs gone?

Name a dog who's famous for appearing on television. No, not Lassie — a dog who's on TV today. Got one? Good. You might be thinking of Isis, the Earl of Grantham's yellow Lab on Downton Abbey, or possibly Stella, the French bulldog spoiled by patriarch Jay on Modern Family. Show More Summary

'Downton Abbey,' season five: The earl offers an early look

Hugh Bonneville gave Confidenti@al a sneak preview of "Downton Abbey's" season five, which debuts Jan. 4.

The 2015 Golden Globe Nominations (TV)

Best Television Series Drama THE AFFAIR DOWNTON ABBEY GAME OF THRONES THE GOOD WIFE HOUSE OF CARDS Best Television Series – Comedy/Musical GIRLS JANE THE VIRGIN ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK SILICON VALLEY TRANSPARENT Best Television Series – Miniseries/Movie FARGO THE MISSING THE NORMAL HEART OLIVE KITTERIDGE TRUE DETECTIVE Best Performance by an Actress in […]

The good, the bad and the viciously snubbed: Unpredictability rules in Golden Globes nominations

“Jane the Virgin” deserves acclaim, but “Downton Abbey” has lost its shine — and where is "The Walking Dead?"

Sneak Peak of Downton Abbey Season 5

We Downton Abbey fans are a needy bunch, aren't we? We just can't deal with the off season. We get cranky. Well, some of us do. If you are as addicted as I am, and if you have resisted the temptation to peek online, you have suffered...Show More Summary

Call me maybe, or better yet text

In the second season of the BBC soap-drama “Downton Abbey,” telephone service arrives at the house. The year is 1914, and not everyone is enthusiastic about the new technology. Struggling to conduct a conversation, an addled dowager countess finally gives up, turns to her...

'Million Dollar American Princesses', Hosted by Elizabeth McGovern Premieres Sunday, January 4 on Smithsonian Channel

Lady Cora was not alone. The fictional heroine of “Downton Abbey” was representative of hundreds of real American heiresses who wed British nobility at the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries

Hugh Bonneville's Funny Story About Julia Roberts' Million-Dollar Ad-Libbing In 'Notting Hill'

Before Hugh Bonneville graced our TV screens as the dashing Lord Grantham on "Downton Abbey," he made a small appearance in the British rom-com "Notting Hill," opposite Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. In a HuffPost Live interview on Tuesday,...Show More Summary

England: Cruise excursion takes a detour to 'Downton Abbey'

Fans of the TV series "Downton Abbey" will have an opportunity to experience the life of their favorite characters during a July cruise excursion.  The "White Sea Exploration" explores the Arctic Circle from Reykjavik, Iceland, to London on an 18-day luxury Crystal Cruises itinerary....

Sex will be discussed this season on 'Downton Abbey'

SEX WILL peek out from the shadows on “Downton Abbey” this season.

'Downton Abbey' Stars Bring Season Five to New York City!

Laura Carmichael looks super cute in a blue dress while attending the season five photo call for her hit show Downton Abbey held at the Millenium Hotel on Monday (December 8) in New York City. The 28-year-old actress was joined at the event by her co-stars Rob James-Collier, Hugh Bonneville, Lesley Nicol, Phyllis Logan, producer [...]

Popcorn Preview: The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game (2014) Cast includes: Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Keira Knightly (Anna Karenina), Matthew Goode (Belle), Allen Leech (Downton Abbey), Charles Dance (Gosford Park), Mark Strong (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) Director: Morten Tyldum (Headhunters) Genre: Drama | Biography | History (114 minutes) 1951, Manchester, England... Show More Summary

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