‘Downton Abbey': Mary Should Pick Lord Gillingham Over Charles Blake
During the Feb. 23 finale of ‘Downton Abbey,’ Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) left us with a major cliffhanger when she decided to ‘choose to live’ rather than choose between Lord Gillingham and Charles Blake. Here’s why Lord Gillingham is the obvious choice.
Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) has never been particularly great in the timely decision-making department, and she continued that streak during Downton Abbey‘s Feb. 23 Season 4 finale by refusing to choose between Lord Anthony Gillingham (Tom Cullen) and Charles Blake (Julian Ovenden).
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‘Downton Abbey’ Season 5 Scoop: See Which Suitor Mary Chooses — Pic
Anthony Gillingham vs. Charles Blake: Find out which lucky guy will win Mary’s heart in Season 5!
Downton Abbey‘s fourth season hasn’t even finished airing in the U.S., but Season 5 is already being filmed across the pond, and it looks like Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) has finally chosen between her potential suitors! Michelle was recently spotted shooting a kissing scene with a very familiar face, which might surprise some viewers. Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Lady Mary Gets Down & Dirty
Plus, Edith arrives at a heartbreaking solution to her growing problem.
Lady Mary… covered in mud… cooking and dining in the servants’ quarters?! I know this sounds like something out of Lord Grantham’s nightmares, but it actually happened on the Feb. 9 episode of Downton Abbey – and she wasn’t alone! Mary (Michelle Dockery) spent an evening rescuing pigs with Charles Blake (Julian Ovenden), who appears to have changed his mind about her. Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Edith Gets The Surprise Of Her Life
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want to know what happened on the special Super Bowl episode of ‘Downton Abbey.’ (Just kidding. What’s football?)
I suppose I should expect it at this point, but can nothing go right for Edith (Laura Carmichael)? The Meg Griffin of the Crawley family got quite a shock — though not one we didn’t see coming — on Downton Abbey‘s Feb. 2 episode, and her life will never be the same again. Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Anna’s Painful Secret Is Finally Revealed
Plus, Mary gets a special visit from another handsome suitor! Has Matthew’s replacement arrived at last?
Anna (Joanne Froggatt) has worked tirelessly to keep her rape a secret from Bates (Brendan Coyle), but on the Jan. 26 episode of Downton Abbey, her tragic ordeal was brought to light — and it went just about as badly as she thought it would. Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Mary & Tony’s New Romance Takes Off
Mary was blindsided by four little words on this week’s ‘Downton Abbey.’
After hitting it off swimmingly last week, Mary (Michelle Dockery) and Tony (Tom Cullen) continued Operation: Replace Matthew on the Jan. 19 episode of Downton Abbey. There was laughter, there was dancing and there was… a proposal?! Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Anna Suffers Horrific Tragedy In Shocking Twist
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want to know what happened on ‘Downton Abbey!’
It’s official: Life at Downton Abbey – or, at least, life for Anna (Joanne Froggatt) and Bates (Brendan Coyle) — will never be the same again. The show’s Jan. 12 episode welcomed a host of fancy-pants royals from all over the land, but it also invited the darkest scene in Downton history. Read on at your own risk! Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey': Joanne Froggatt Previews ‘Brave’ Twist For Anna
Next week’s ‘Downton Abbey’ begins Anna’s season-long journey of tragedy and triumph.
Anna Bates (Joanne Froggatt) made it through the fourth season premiere of Downton Abbey relatively unscathed — save for a few catty remarks from everyone’s least favorite human, Edna Braithwaite — but when PBS airs the next episode Jan. 12, fans should prepare themselves for a major shakeup at the abbey. Click here to read more
‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Mary & Robert Clash On Season 4 Premiere
‘Downton’ may be standing tall in its fourth season, but its residents are in shambles. Matthew’s death was just the start of their problems!
I’m not exactly sure when Downton Abbey became a 20th-century British version of Game of Thrones, but I’m definitely digging it. The show’s fourth season premiered Jan. 5, kicking off a ferocious — and surprisingly twisted — battle for control of the Iron Throne abbey. Now, only one question remains: Do you stand with House Mary (Michelle Dockery), or House Robert (Hugh Bonneville)? Click here to read more
Prince William Loves Watching ‘Downton Abbey’ With Family
It’s official: everyone’s favorite guilty pleasure historical drama is ‘Downton Abbey’ — even the royal family! The cast members of the wildly popular show revealed that Prince William has gotten hooked on the show since being home a lot with his wife, Kate, and baby Prince George!
Prince William and Kate Middleton spend some of their family time curled up in front of the television since welcoming their 4-month-old son Prince George, and as Allen Leech — Mr. Tom Branson himself — of Downtown Abbey confirmed on the Dec. 10 episode of Watch What Happens Live! that Will has taken a liking to the historical British show — but only since becoming a dad!
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Michelle Dockery: ‘I Was Sad’ When Dan Stevens Left ‘Downton Abbey’
The star of ‘Downton Abbey’ gets candid about her on-screen husband’s decision to leave after three seasons.
So much of Downton Abbey‘s fourth season — which premieres stateside Jan. 5 on PBS — is about Mary (Michelle Dockery) moving on after the death of Matthew (Dan Stevens), a process close to the cast’s heart. “I was sad … that Dan wanted to go,” Michelle said Dec. 10 during her visit to The View. “We were all sad. … I thought, ‘What is going to happen now? So much [of the show] is about the relationship between [Matthew] and Mary.” Click here to read more
People’s Choice Awards Nominees: Lea Michele, ‘Vampire Diaries’ & More
The 2014 People’s Choice Awards nominations were announced Nov. 5, and with fan-favorites like Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Lucy Hale & Lea Michele all racking up nominations, our heads are spinning!
The People’s Choice Awards has always been one of the stand-out fun awards show offerings, but this year’s ceremony is looking to be a bloodbath. Jared Padalecki vs. Jensen Ackles vs. Stephen Amell vs. Ian Somerhalder vs. Andrew Lincoln? Pretty Little Liars vs. The Walking Dead? (How does one even vote on that?) At least no matter who wins, it’s somebody we like, right? (Wrong. So wrong. This is huge!)
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