Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has had an NBC drama in the works for years. Now, we have good news about its future.
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 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...
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
The network has given a 10-episode order to the drama, which has been in the works since 2012. read more
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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 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
In the aftermath of Julian Fellowes’s Downton Abbey, Anglophiles were itching to fill that upstairs-downstairs void with another soapy, addictive British period drama set in an unreasonably large estate. There was The Crown, of course, and Victoria, both of which temporarily sated the unremitting appetite for British Monarch Dramas. But ... More »
PBS and Masterpiece’s first-ever feature film, “The Chaperone,” is gearing up to shoot in New York City. Barden/Schnee is casting the project, which will reunite “Downton Abbey” creator, Julian Fellowes, with Cora Crawley herself, Elizabeth McGovern. Show More Summary
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