Downton Abbey came to an end earlier this year, and the finale left a void in the hearts of many. Now, a new period drama is in the works that will feature a very familiar face to fans of Downton.Click To Continue Reading
LOS ANGELES — Hulu is partnering up with UK's ITV Encore to bring brothel drama Harlots to viewers. The eight-part series, which will air on ITV Encore in the UK and stream exclusively in the US on Hulu, follows the sex trade in London...Show More Summary
SALT LAKE CITY, May 25, 2016 - Older Americans with some hearing loss shouldn't feel alone if they have trouble understanding British TV sagas like "Downton Abbey." A small study from the University of Utah suggests hearing-impaired senior citizens have more trouble than young people comprehending British accents when there is background noise. read more
Downton Abbey just finished its six-season run two months ago, but if you have been fiending for British accents, period costumes, poorly managed hereditary estates, class tensions, love stories revolving around a young woman named Mary, and the nostalgic eye of Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, here comes Julian Fellowes Presents Doctor Thorne. Show More Summary
If you got all your fictionalized English history from Downton Abbey, then Peaky Blinders is going to slap some sense into you. The brooding and beautiful BBC Two series is coming back to Netflix, with the Shelby family growing closer...Show More Summary
Now that their swan songs have played/aired, The Good Wife and Downton Abbey are joining Amazon’s Prime Video offerings to bridge the TV gap between summer hiatus and fall abundance. The CBS and PBS series will both be available in their...Show More Summary
A series is about to bow that may provide some comfort to “Downton Abbey” fans who are feeling a void after the finale of that beloved show. “Doctor Thorne,” from “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes, unspools this Friday, May 20...
It all began with a gleam in Gareth Neame’s eye. “The English country house genre is a perennial favorite, but it hadn’t been done for a generation,” says the “Downton Abbey” executive producer. He wanted to return to that fertile British territory, telling the story in a contemporary manner this...
Devoted fans of the now-departed Downton Abbey will likely never settle for anything less, but creator Julian Fellowes and Amazon have a soft tonic to ease the discomfort. Debuting on May 20 on the streaming service after having played...Show More Summary
If you need an antidote for Downton Abbey withdrawal, and who among us does not, try Amazon's new Doctor Thorne. This three-part British series, based on the Anthony Trollope novel, drops Friday on the streaming service, with a satisfying...Show More Summary
I'd like to think that someday MTV's Faking It will be acknowledged as one of those rare shows that really did stand above much of the TV pack in spite of never drawing a big audience. We often hear that said, as a sort of consolation prize, after a low-rated show has been cancelled. Show More Summary
As Britain mulls questions of identity and a possible exit from the European Union, 2016 marks an anniversary year for some beloved British icons: the queen, Shakespeare, and gardener "Capability" Brown. Queen Elizabeth II has celebrated her 90th birthday and the playwright died 400 years ago, two events being marked with national fanfare. Show More Summary
The upcoming show stars Cara Theobold of "Downton Abbey" fame, and will get its first airing on the UK's Channel 4, prior to a global online debut on Netflix.
Netflix is teaming with E4 for “Crazy Face,” a new series from Misfits creator Howard Overman, says THR. The six-part series will star Cara Theobold (Downton Abbey) and Susan Wokoma (E4’s Chewing Gum) and is described as a dark comedy with unexpected twists. The comedy, which hails from Urban Myth Films for Channel 4 in association with Netflix, “is a funny […]
If you’re still trying to fill the void that Downton Abbey has left behind, you’re in luck—Amazon has acquired Doctor Thorne, an adaptation of the novel by Anthony Trollope from Downton creator Julian Fellowes. The three-part (what else) British costume drama stars Tom Hollander as the eponymous Dr. Show More Summary
Heavens, something is afoot in the local village. There's a doctor, a young American interloper, the pervading dangers of alcoholism: Yes, it's Amazon's newly acquired British period drama Julian Fellowes Presents Doctor Thorne, with the Julian Fellowes of Downton Abbey, the Alison Brie of Community, the Ian McShane of Deadwood, and the obsession ... More »
2016 has already been a pretty sad year for some TV viewers who had to say goodbye to the modern classic Downton Abbey. Thankfully, creator Julian Fellowes' new show now has a home here in the U.S.Click To Continue Reading
Scandalous cross-class marriages? Check. Trenchant matriarchs? Check. Stalwart nieces? Oh, you better believe it. The new drama from the Downton Abbey creator, Julian Fellowes Presents Doctor Thorne, is chockablock with benevolent uncles, drunk millionaires, and a village filled will secret dalliances and pecuniary upheaval. Show More Summary
Amazon Prime Video has acquired British period drama Julian Fellowes Presents Doctor Thorne for premiere on May 20. The series, from Downton Abbey creator Fellowes and the Weinstein Company, is based on the book series by Anthony Trollope...Show More Summary
Michelle Dockery is a vision in yellow while arriving for the 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner held at the Washington Hilton on Saturday (April 30) in Washington, D.C. The 34-year-old Downton Abbey alum was joined on the carpet by Priyanka Chopra and Matthew Morrison, the latter of whom attended with his wife Renee. PHOTOS: Check [...]