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
An unconfirmed report says creator Julian Fellowes wants to film in September, but will the Dowager Countess return?
Since the wildly popular ITV series ended, there have been reports that Julian Fellowes and co. might be putting together a big screen follow-up starring our favorite characters.
The 'Downton Abbey' creator wrote all the episodes, but says he has a favorite moment.
Principal photography has commenced in the UK on Agatha Christie adaptation Crooked House from director Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Sarah’s Key) and Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes, explains ScreenDaily. Based on the novel by AgathaShow More Summary
“Far more of those houses survived than people realize, and often with the families that were in them. It’s often down to luck, and the cleverness of the people in charge. … My own belief is that Mary, whether you like her or dislike her, is a hard worker, and she’s practical.”
Julian Fellowes is preparing for a nerve-wracking Emmy night. Sitting down for afternoon tea at a London hotel, the creator of Downton Abbey, who wrote every one of the show's 52 episodes split over six seasons, says he much prefersShow More Summary
When the ornate doors of “Downton Abbey” closed earlier this year — despite the fact that creator Julian Fellowes gave nearly all of the beloved characters a happy series-ending sendoff — millions of viewers around the world were left with...
Julian Fellowes’s “Belgravia” devises a story of two families, one aristocratic, the other aspiring.
Ever since “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes won an Oscar for the 2001 film “Gosford Park,” his professional dance card has been overflowing with suitors. On the heels of the “Downton” finale, Fellowes came out with a digital version of “Belgravia,” a romantic novel set in 19th-century London,...
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
LAST FRIDAY OF SWEEPS!! Julian Fellowes’ DOCTOR THORNE Cuts Into Amazon!! Bamford’s LADY DYNAMITE Explodes On Netflix!! Friday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Netflix’s “Lady Dynamite” stars comedian Maria Bamford and was...Show More Summary
Adaptation expert Julian Fellowes apparently likes nothing better than to sit down in front a of a roaring fire, Masterpiece Theatre-style, to tell you all about why you should be enjoying another one of his period dramas. The preview episodes of Doctor Thorne are all narrated by Fellowes, who quickly dives into his love for Anthony Trollope. Show More Summary