While it may not have been the Granthams strongest season, the Season 2 finale of "Downton Abbey" earned PBS its highest overnight ratings since 2009's "Ken Burns National Parks," as 5.4 million people tuned in to find out whether star-crossed lovers Mary and Matthew would actually end up together. Show More Summary
It takes more than one amnesiac burn victim to deter audiences, apparently: The season two finale of Downton Abbey earned PBS its highest overnight ratings since 2009's Ken Burns National Parks, as 5.4 million people tuned in to find out whether Mary and Matthew might ever get their acts together. Show More Summary
Michael O'Connell The zeitgeist-ing "Masterpiece Classic" drama pulled in an average 5.4 million viewers, the best performance since the bow of Ken Burns' "National Parks." read more
Ratings have been released and the "Downton Abbey" Season 2 finale now ranks as the highest PBS program since the premiere of Ken Burns' "National Parks" in September 2009
On 9.23.09, we invite you to New York City's Central Park, East Meadow for Feel Free, an event that celebrates and pays tribute to the National Parks. Feel Free is designed to engage you in celebrating what has been described...