Julian Fellowes, the British novelist best known for creating the television sensation "Dowton Abbey," is turning next to Anthony Trollope.
Julian Fellowes, creator of "Downton Abbey," is adapting a 19th-century British novel for TV.
Big news for Downton Abbey fans. Now that the show is ending after the next season, the creator Julian Fellowes can move to to other projects. The first will be a new Gilded Age drama set in the USA and now he’s also taking on Trollope. Show More Summary
While Downton Abbey is preparing for its final season on the UK’s ITV, creator Julian Fellowes will be returning to the network with a new drama to begin shooting later this year. Fellowes is to adapt Anthony Trollope’s Victorian era novel Doctor Thorne as a three-part drama. Show More Summary
The 19th century’s opulent Gilded Age has inspired not only “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes’ next series, but also a 17-room boutique inn. The Gilded, opening May 8, offers billiards, croquet and jewel-toned design with a modern...Show More Summary
The ending of one period drama leaves showrunner Julian Fellowes open to create another period drama, and NBC already has dibs. The Gilded Age has been in the works for quite some time at NBC, but now we?ve learned that the show might exist in the same universe as Downton Abbey. Click To Continue Reading
If you're suffering from Downton Abbey withdrawal symptoms, you might be interesting in The Young Victoria (2009) written by Julian Fellowes. This is a British-American period drama directed by Jean-Marc Vallée. Martin Scorsese was one of its producers. Show More Summary
It?s been just a few days since we learned that Downton Abbey will be finishing out its run after Season 6. However, new reports indicate the show almost lived on, just without prolific showrunner Julian Fellowes.Click To Continue Reading
The show creator and writer was reportedly unwilling to hand over writing duties. read more
Press release from the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, March 30, 2015: The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will present the 2015 International Emmy® Founders Award to Julian Fellowes, the writer and creator of Downton Abbey,...
The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will present the 2015 International Emmy® Founders Award to Julian Fellowes, the writer and creator of Downton Abbey
Days after word arrived that next season will be Downton Abbey’s last, the series’ creator-writer is getting his due from the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Julian Fellowes has been tapped to receive the 2015 International...Show More Summary
This post was contributed by Charles Fogelman, and is part of a series on ‘Rending land investible‘, guest edited by Jenny E Goldstein and Julian S Yates. Charles Fogelman is a Research Fellow with the Cultures of Law in Global Contexts Project and a Ph.D. Show More Summary
Season six of ITV's award-winning period saga Downton Abbey will be its last. The show will culminate in a concluding special on Christmas Day this year. Its creator Julian Fellowes has signed up to create The Gilded Age, an American TV period drama set in New York (CLICK). Show More Summary
PBS already has talked with Julian Fellowes about his next drama for Masterpiece. Masterpiece chief Rebecca Eaton, talking to Deadline about today's announced ending for Fellowes' Downton Abbey, confirmed the talks, but declined toShow More Summary
Whatever else we can expect from the final season of the hit period soap opera, expect Julian Fellowes’s honeyed view of the past and social order to stay intact.
We're afraid what you've heard is true. Downton Abbey is no more. Yes, Carnival Films and ITV are putting a period on their period drama. [ Photos: Kate Middleton Visiting Downton Abbey ] After several rumors and reports, the official announcement came Thursday that the sixth season of the show would indeed be its last. No more upstairs/downstairs drama, [...]
Today’s news that Season 6 of Downton Abbey will be the last was hardly shocking. The show has long been a shadow of its early self. Creator Julian Fellowes exhausted all his original ideas a long time ago—by Season 2, Seth Stevenson, Dan Kois, and I were already complaining about plotlines we’d seen before. Show More Summary
Presaged by Maggie Smith’s recent comments, Julian Fellowes’ development of the Downton-for-boorish-Americans drama The Gilded Age at NBC, and the inexorable march of time, the producers of Downton Abbey confirmed today that the upcoming sixth season of the drama will be its last. Show More Summary
It may very well be curtains for Julian Fellowes’ timeless period drama “Downton Abbey“, as TV Line reported yesterday. The show’s upcoming sixth season marks the final run of the Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning show. As if we still didn’t have enough to cry about over the show. A Carnival Films/Masterpiece co-production, “Downton Abbey” Season 6 […]