Following the announcement of "Downton Abbey" main cast member Maggie Smith (who plays as the Dowager Countess of Grantham, Madame Crawley) that she won't be reprising her role if even the hit British period drama gets another seaso...
If you're one of the millions currently experiencing "Downton Abbey" withdrawals, then "Call the Midwife" is the show for you.Season 4 of the BBC drama premieres on Sunday, March 29 on PBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The first three seasons are...Show More Summary
From the Clampett’s Beverly Hills mansion to Lord and Lady Grantham’s pile o’ bricks, aka Downton Abbey, television has inspired house envy in viewers pretty much since its invention. The newest entry, however, puts them all in their place: the behemoth baroque estate...
A Downton Abbey movie? It could become a reality, according to the show’s executive producer. Speaking with the Hollywood Reporter, Gareth Neame, has hinted that a feature film based on the super popular period drama could happen some time in the future. Show More Summary
Maggie Smith's Lady Violet has some of the best one-liners on Downton Abbey, not just because she's wise, but because the woman is straight-up sassy. Now that the series is officially ending after its sixth season, we're becoming contemplative of all the times Countess of Grantham says what's on her mind - regardless of who's within earshot. Show More Summary
The next and sixth season will be the last. Executive producer Gareth Neame confirmed Thursday that “Downton Abbey” will end after its upcoming sixth season — and said there has been discussion of continuing the story of these charismatic aristocrats as a feature film. “It is something we are contemplating. It would be a wonderful [...]
The highly popular period drama Downton Abbey is reportedly coming to an end after Season 6 so it seems fitting that PBS would already be hard at work, looking to line up its next Masterpiece drama. Click To Continue Reading
The Australian War Memorial is now the proud owner of a 97-year-old fruitcake that was originally baked in Downton Abbey times.
Season six of ITV's award-winning period saga Downton Abbey will be its last. The show will culminate in a concluding special on Christmas Day this year. Its creator Julian Fellowes has signed up to create The Gilded Age, an American TV period drama set in New York (CLICK). Show More Summary
Are you missing Downton Abbey and devastated next season will be its last? Fear not: you don't have to wait another year to get another fabulous BBC period drama! The greatest show you're not watching, Call the Midwife, starts this Sunday at 8pm on PBS. Show More Summary
Keep calm and carry on, "Downton Abbey" fans.
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The sixth season of Downton Abbey, now in production, will be the last, the producers announced today. "Our feeling is it's good to quit while we're ahead," says one of them, Gareth Neame. But fans can take heart, because reporters wasted no time in asking him about a movie, and...
As the end of Downton Abbey approaches, it’s appropriate that we’re also seeing the end of the political career of one of its biggest fans, Aaron Schock. Once a rising star in the Republican Party, the former Men’s Health model was under...Show More Summary
PBS already has talked with Julian Fellowes about his next drama for Masterpiece. Masterpiece chief Rebecca Eaton, talking to Deadline about today's announced ending for Fellowes' Downton Abbey, confirmed the talks, but declined toShow More Summary
Well, the rumors have been circling for a few weeks now but it’s now finally official, Downton Abbey will end after the 6th series, currently filming in England. According to the BBC: The next season of ITV’s period drama Downton Abbey...Show More Summary
"Downton Abbey" officially announced Thursday (March 26) that Season 6 is its last season. Executive producer Gareth Neame discussed the possibility of a follow-up movie or a spinoff, but he also touched on the dramatic character deaths the show has had over the years. Show More Summary
Whatever else we can expect from the final season of the hit period soap opera, expect Julian Fellowes’s honeyed view of the past and social order to stay intact.
British historical drama, Downton Abbey will soon be closing its proverbial palatial doors after its upcoming sixth season finishes its run. The gentry-centric show, which began in 2010 airing on ITV in the United Kingdom, found itself an unlikely audience across the pond when the show when it subsequently begin airing in America on PBS. Show More Summary