It’s time to say goodbye to ‘Downton Abbey!’ The final season premieres tonight, Jan. 3, and it’s going to be a wonderful last ride. Before watching the premiere, here’s 5 things you should know. Warning: spoilers ahead!
Can you believe we’ve reached the end of Downton Abbey? It’s truly the end of an era. The beloved show’s sixth and final season premieres Jan. 3 at 9 p.m. ET on PBS, and it’s going to be full of laughter, smiles and tears. How will Lady Mary, Lady Edith and Anna’s lives play out? Here’s 5 spoiler-y things to know before the season premiere!
‘Downton Abbey’ is coming to an end after six glorious seasons. A new trailer was just released, and so many things are happening. Has Lady Mary finally found the love of a lifetime again? Click to WATCH!
It’s going to be an emotional season for Downton Abbey fans. Season six will be the show’s last, so it’s time to say goodbye to our favorite characters. In the latest trailer that was released on Oct. 16, Mr. Bates (Brendan Coyle) and Anna (Joanne Froggatt) share a sweet kiss and Lady Mary’s (Michelle Dockery) wearing a veil! Is she finally tying the knot again?
Before the fall season of TV kicks off, we need to reflect on the jaw-dropping moments that happened last season. From shocking deaths to an epic reunion, HollywoodLife.com has rounded up the 15 top moments of last season you have to remember!
Honestly, we’re still trying to recover from last season’s shocking moments. Seriously, how can we ever get over Derek Shepherd’s death or Emma becoming the Dark One? Before fall TV gets started and we have another set of shocking moments to freak out over, let’s take a look back at 15 of the most jaw-dropping, life-changing moments of last season.
Talk about bittersweet. We just got our first look at the final season of ‘Downton Abbey’ in this new trailer. I have a feeling tissues will be needed. Watch!
Season six of Downton Abbey picks up six months later. In the trailer, which is the first look we’ve seen of the show, coming back in January, we see Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) working to start a new life. However, we’re still most excited about those comebacks coming from the mouth of Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith).
It’s the end of an era. ‘Downton Abbey’ is closing its doors after this season, and the first trailer for the final episodes will undoubtedly leave you with all the tears streaming down your face. Click to WATCH!
The sixth and final season of Downton Abbey is going to be a tear-jerker. We’ve come to love these characters over the past six seasons, and it’s going to be tough to say goodbye. In the first trailer for the final season, the characters struggle to come to terms with one thing they can’t stop — time.
There are some TV plot twists that didn’t go over well with certain fandoms. From the big ‘A’ reveal on ‘Pretty Little Liars’ to Derek Shepherd’s death on ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ we’re rounding up the 10 most jaw-dropping TV twists that have left fans reeling.
Sometimes TV shows don’t go where you expect them to. Shows have dropped shocking TV twists that fans were not a fan of. From the recent “A” identity twist on Pretty Little Liars to Dan Humphrey being Gossip Girl, we’re taking a look back at the TV turns fans didn’t see coming and left us like WTF?!
You guys, we’re freaking out a little bit. The end is near for ‘Downton Abbey’ with its final season kicking off in January, and while we’re excited to see it return, this first photo is seriously lacking.
Where is Branson? Where is Rose? These are two major questions we have after glancing at the first look at season six of Downton Abbey, the final season. You may remember that during the Christmas special, both characters — played by Allen Leech and Lily James — were planning to move to the US, so maybe that’s where they are?
PBS’ hit show ‘Downton Abbey’ may be ending, but that didn’t stop the stars from looking fabulous! Lily James, Laura Carmichael and more gathered for a BAFTA event honoring the series, and their attire was on point. Get the details on the gorgeous looks below.
As the final season of Downton Abbey wraps up shooting, the cast and series were honored by BAFTA at the Richmond Theatre in Richmond, England, on Aug. 11. Everyone from Michelle Dockery, 33, to Lily James, 26, was there to celebrate the show’s six seasons, and they absolutely blew us away with their beautiful looks!
What does one wear when invited to the Downton estate? Well, if you are the Duchess of Cambridge you opt for something seriously chic and affordable — and while we can’t get enough of her white coat, we hope the Dowager Countess approves! Want to get her exact get-up? SHOP for it right here.
Although Kate Middleton, 33, left her formal dinner attire behind she still looked perfectly put together as she visited Downton Abbey on March 12, clad in a white maternity coat that oozed chic sophistication.
Parting is such sweet sorrow! It’s just been announced that ‘Downton Abbey’ star Maggie Smith will be exiting the series. We’ve got the scoop on the last you’ll see of her!
So long, Dowager Countess of Grantham. Maggie Smith, 80, who has played the sassy Violet since the start of the hit PBS series, Downton Abbey, has recently confirmed that she will be exiting the long running drama. But how long can we expect to see her before she departs and, more importantly, how long does the series have left?
Sweet sendoffs, new suitors, a surprise engagement and baby mama drama made us laugh and cry during the season five ‘Christmas Special.’
The episode begins with the house preparing for a trip to Brancaster Castle, where they’ll visit Rose’s rude in-laws. Unfortunately Anna is still in jail so Mr. Bates stays behind, as does the Dowager Countess. The Russian Prince’s wife has been found and the Dowager orchestrates the long-awaited reunion for the couple.
Before Rose can live happily ever after she’ll have to make sure her parents are on their best behavior — and a scandalous course of events at the bachelor party threatens her big day.
The episode opens on a jovial note as the women of Downton watch Rose try on clothes as she prepares for her wedding, which will be held in London to appease Atticus’ father. While the bride-to-be couldn’t be more excited for her big day it won’t be an easy walk to the altar — that’s for sure.
Finally some good news for Lady Edith. On the Feb. 15, episode of ‘Downton Abbey’ Cora tracks down Edith and Marigold and orchestrates a plan for them to return to Downton without anyone finding out that Marigold is really Edith’s daughter!
Love is in the air on Downton Abbey! On the Feb. 15, episode Lady Rose (Lily James) and Atticus Aldridge get engaged and Isobel (Penelope Wilton) and Lord Merton finally announce their plans to the family — while Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) receives some terrible news about his beloved dog Isis.
Lady Edith finally finds out what happened to Mr. Gregson and decides to make a major life decision.
Any ounce of hope that Lady Edith was holding on to that Mr. Gregson would be found alive was shattered when they receive news of his murder — and she begins to sink further into despair. Girl just can’t catch a break. An editor from the paper meets with Edith and Robert to tell them that Gregson was murdered in Munich and Edith has inherited the publishing house. Although her widowed sister lost the love of her life not too long ago, Lady Mary doesn’t have a shred of sympathy for her sister.
Cora has a lot of explaining to do! The scandal reached an all-time high this week as Lord Grantham returned early and was surprised by quite the sight — and in his very own bedroom!
Although Lord Grantham made it clear that he didn’t like the fact that Mr. Bricker was coming to stay at Downton that didn’t stop him from “coming to see a painting” — which by now, we all know, is code for trying to get Cora in bed. What a coincidence that the night he planned on visiting is the very same night Robert was going out of town for a dinner?