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Downton Abbey: ‘Downton Abbey’ Season 6, Episode 5: A Shock to the System

5 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

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’ Creator Julian Fellowes: ‘I’d Love To Do A Movie’

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

‘Downton Abbey’ Creator Julian Fellowes Reveals That This Season May Not Be The End After All

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 & Maisie Williams Step Out for National Television Awards 2016 in London

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’ Puts On The Best Wedding Ever, And A Fan Favorite Returns

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

Julian Fellowes on the Paradox of Infatuation and How the Delicious Delusion of Lust Hijacks Our Experience of Love

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Brain Pickings

"Lust, that state commonly known as 'being in love'... is a distortion of reality so remarkable that it should, by rights, enable most of us to understand the other forms of lunacy with the sympathy of fellow-sufferers."

Julian Fellowes Lands Deal With Grand Central Publishing

4 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Readers will be able access each part of the story through a special app.

‘Downton Abbey’ Won’t Stop Infantilizing the Servants

Since the deaths of the two most outsider members of the Crawley clan in the third season of Downton Abbey, I have grown more and more skeptical of Julian Fellowes’ soap opera of manners. And yet, there I sat, tuning in to the premiere...Show More Summary

Julian Fellowes To Pen Serialized E-Book ‘Belgravia’; ‘Downton’ UK Finale Rises – Global Briefs

Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has moved on from that period drama and has on deck the ITV adaptation of Anthony Trollope's Doctor Thorne as well as the long-gestating NBC drama The Gilded Age. But the busy Lord isn't stopping there. Show More Summary

‘Downton Abbey’ Creator Julian Fellowes’s Next Project: A Period Piece, With an App

'Belgravia' will be in the style of Charles Dickens's 'Pickwick Papers,' with a digital twist.

Blame Hugh Bonneville for the Rise of Isis (the Dog on Downton Abbey, Not the Islamic State)

Before it was unceremoniously killed off for reasons that Julian Fellowes insists have nothing to do with its name becoming synonymous with religious hatred and mass murder, the late Isis was the most-beloved dog in all of Downton Abbey. (Besides Thomas — rawwr.) But how did it get its name?... More »

New Julian Fellowes Project, ‘Belgravia,’ Treads New Digital Ground

The “Downton Abbey” creator’s novel will be released in 10 weekly installments via an app, testing the potential of “appointment reading.”

Television Review: Review: For the Crawleys and ‘Downton Abbey,’ the Beginning of the End

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

The sixth and final season of Julian Fellowes’s wildly popular drama about the British aristocracy and their employees begins this weekend on PBS.

'Downton Abbey' gears up for a grand old-fashioned finale as a new age dawns

Cue the shot of Isis' backside and John Lunn's plaintive piano keys, hand round the linen handkerchiefs and get out the good china: Julian Fellowes' "Masterpiece" masterpiece "Downton Abbey" returns on Sunday to remind us, for the sixth and final time, that the world has changed, is changing still,...

Did ‘Downton Abbey Come To An End Because A Main Character Quit? [Spoilers]

Was there a “real reason” behind the end of Downton Abbey? Sources are saying that the party line that Julian Fellowes and the cast wanted to end on top could have some truth to it, but Gareth Neame is now saying that the major reason that the show came to an end was that Dame... Show More Summary

‘Downton Abbey’ Finale On Christmas Day, Will Lady Edith Get Her Happy Ending? [Spoilers]

The hours are counting down to the series finale of Downton Abbey on this Christmas Day. The top PBS drama of all times is wrapping up, and according to show creator Julian Fellowes, all questions will be answered. But will fans be satisfied with the endings that Fellowes has to dish out? According to the... Show More Summary

Julian Fellowes On ‘Downton Abbey And Gilded Age

With the series finale of Downton Abbey winding down, fans are eager to check out show creator Julian Fellowes next chapter in the world of big, beautiful costume dramas. Those who have followed Fellowes from way back know him as Kilwillie from Monarch of the Glen, but he has come a long way since leaving... Show More Summary

Well Played, Laura Carmichael in Christopher Kane

In which I beseech thee, Julian Fellowes, to please allow Lady Edith Crawley — she of the generally terrible life choices, the (maybe??? I decided it’s possible he may come sweeping back in, ideally right before Edith is to marry another. NO SPOILERS) dead lover, the troublesome pig farmer, the lack of emotionally satisfying scenes Read More...

In Exuberantly Goopy ‘School of Rock’, Andrew Lloyd Webber & Julian Fellowes Get Cute As Cats – Broadway Review

Andrew Lloyd Webber has returned to the magnificent Winter Garden Theatre, for nearly 18 years (1992-2000) home to his now-and-forever musical Cats. School of Rock won’t be leaving any time soon, of that I’m pretty certain. Exuberantly loud, high-spirited and upbeat, it’s a feel-good show for Boomers and, god-help-us, our grandchildren. Show More Summary

'Downton Abbey' Season 6 Release Date, Movie News: Creator Julian Fellowes Confirms He Is Writing The Script For Film

"Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes has weighed in on the speculation and spoken up about his desire to extend the storyline of the Crawleys. "I truly hope there will be a film of 'Downton'. I mean, that's what I really want," he told Vulture.

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