Downton Abbey just finished out its run a short while ago. However, earlier in the show?s run, showrunner Julian Fellowes apparently had a lot of ideas that didn?t end up panning out the way he expected when he was first writing the series.Click To Continue Reading
After six seasons, Downtown Abbey — Julian Fellows’ period British drama that became an American pop culture phenomenon — closed its doors forever… or at least for now. During Deadline’s The Contenders Emmys panel, co-stars Lesley Nicol (Mrs. Show More Summary
Julian Fellowes, the creator of Downton Abbey, launches his novel Belgravia today, and it’s bringing back serialization. Our own Garth Risk Hallberg writes on the literary pedigree of Downton Abbey. The post Serial Stories appeared first on The Millions.
Writer Julian Fellowes, who is more popularly known for his series creation, "Downton Abbey," is back with another period drama called "Belgravia." Unlike "Downton Abbey" which was serialized on television, this latest creation of Fellowes will be delivered via an app that will bring one episode per week for fans to read and even listen to. Show More Summary
Serial episodic publishing, a mainstay of publishing in Victorian literary magazines, is back in fashion due to 21st century technology.
Since the end of Downton was announced, creator Julian Fellowes and executive producer Gareth Neame have been bombarded with questions of continuing the series in some form or another. Kevin Doyle, who played butler-turned-teacher Mr. Molesley, said he’s discussed the possibility of a film with other cast members and found “a sort of general acceptance
Did you swoon for Julian Fellowes' dearly departed Downton Abbey, but always sort of wished it had more murder? If so, Lifetime has just the thing: a splashy, star-studded, two-night event miniseries based on Agatha Christie's best-loved...Show More Summary
With the hit series “Downton Abbey” ending its run on PBS last night (Sunday, March 6, 2016), series creator Julian Fellowes had a few words for fans of the show, according to Entertainment Weekly. “I didn’t want it too tidy,...
The "Downton Abbey" creator reflects on his creative choices in last night's series finale.
"Downton Abbey," the TV series, is over, leaving us with a hollow ache that nothing can relieve.Nothing but "Downton Abbey," the film, which remains under serious consideration by series creator Julian Fellowes and executive producer Gareth Neame. "Julian and I would like to make the movie. We're...
"Downton Abbey" bid farewell on Sunday night in a bittersweet (but mostly sweet) finale that ticked off all the boxes with a long-awaited wedding, a birth, a pregnancy and the promise of future romance all around. There was just a tinge of sadness as well, as one beloved character grappled with...
Julian Fellowes defends Sunday’s happy ending and discusses the possibility of a movie.
SPOILER ALERT: This story includes details about tonight’s Downton Abbey series finale After six years of drama, upstairs and down, Downton Abbey has shuttered its massive doors. While fans in the UK saw the finale on Christmas Day, U.S. Show More Summary
When we think of Downton Abbey, we think poshness and proper five-course meal etiquette, sipping tea and delighting in the barbed bon mots of the Dowager Countess. But let’s not kid ourselves: In the world that Julian Fellowes built over six seasons, things often got nasty. And when they did,... More »
Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey has a few more professional tricks up his sleeves now that he has wrapped up the most successful Masterpiece Theatre series of all time. Sure, he is onto creating The Gilded Age, which will be essentially an American Downton Abbey, but first, he will launch Belgravia in April. Show More Summary
Whenever the narrative battery shows signs of stalling, “Downton” creator Julian Fellowes clamps on a pair of jumper cables and brings the thing back into life.
Downton Abbey, much to the devastation of fans everywhere, is ending after six seasons. The popular British drama had become a staple in many homes over the past few years. In fact, the show has been so popular that The Guardian reports it recently won Best Drama at the National Television Awards (NTAs). Show More Summary
While Downton Abbey is currently airing its final season, this might not be the last time fans get a look at the characters in the hit drama. In fact, series creator Julian Fellowes recently shared how he would love to see the TV show adapted to the big screens. Show More Summary
Laura Carmichael poses in the press room with Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes at the 2016 National Television Awards held at The O2 Arena on Wednesday evening (January 20) in London, England. The 29-year-old actress was also joined at the show by her co-star Hugh Bonneville, as well as Game of Thrones‘ Maisie Williams, singer [...]
Downton Abbey is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean that creator Julian Fellowes can’t squeeze in some happy events before they leave us. The ruler of all things downstairs at Downton Abbey, Mr. Carson, finally tied the knot with the queen of downstairs, Mrs. Show More Summary