Focus Features released today its official trailer for Downton Abbey the film. Take a look!
Keep calm and… Oh never mind, go ahead and whoop it up. The Downton Abbey film is now official.
Happy New Year! It’s the 1st of January, which means Sherlock: The Abominable Bride! And there’s much more British TV screening in the US during the rest of the month, too!
Text Santa, ITV’s annual charity appeal, was back for another star-studded fundraiser today, and this year’s campaign featured (the final) Downton Abbey Text Santa sketch.
Oh what a night. Early December in 2015. What a very special time for me and 1500 other cheering fans of Downton Abbey who attended the WETA sneak peek of the series’ final season’s first episode and cast Q&A panel.
Julian Fellowes, creator, writer, and executive producer of Downton Abbey, was honored with the Founders Award at the 2015 International Emmy® Awards celebration.
ITV has released the first trailer for Downton Abbey: Series 6. Watch it here.
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The global phenomenon of Downton Abbey will soon be drawing to a close for millions of fans, and hearts are already beating faster as the premiere of its final season approaches.
“This final season very much has the flavor of the end of an era.” — Hugh Bonneville
The Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer Press Tour 2015 is in full swing, and here’s a recap of Brit TV-related news from PBS and BBC America.
As filming has started on the Downton Abbey 2015 Christmas special — the final episode ever — Mr. Bates, I mean Brendan Coyle, has signed on for the Irish drama The Rising.
The rumors that have been swirling for months are now officially fact. The doors of Downton Abbey will close after Season 6.