Everybody’s favorite historical period show just got even better! With anticipation rising for the premiere of Season 5 of ‘Downton Abbey’, new details have just surfaced of a 2-hour Christmas special that will have fans on the edge of their seats!
Downton Abbey returns to the silver screen in the new year, and the adventures of the Crawley family get more intense than ever! Just when we thought we fell in love with the cast, U.K. broadcaster, ITV, has announced new special guest stars will be added to the drama! Get the details below.
‘Downton Abbey’ fans, get excited! A new trailer for season five has just been released and it features a blazing fire and some of our favorite nobles coming clean about their biggest secrets! Click to watch!
It looks like season five of Downton Abbey will be action-packed! In a brand new trailer for the highly anticipated season, a massive fire breaks out in the halls, Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) finally comes clean to Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) and Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) appears to have a new man in her life!
Get ready, ‘Downton Abbey’ fans, because season five is going to be oh so steamy! The first trailer for the new season features sexy hookups and kisses! We can’t wait. Click to watch!
Looks like season five of Downton Abbey could be going up in flames. In the first full-length trailer for the highly-anticipated season, passions ignite, drama fills the house and a fire breaks out! Plus, who does Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) have her eye on now?
Lady Mary would definitely approve of this look! The ‘Downton Abbey’ actress was the picture of elegance, rocking a low bun with gold accents at the 66th Emmy Awards on Aug. 25!
Michelle Dockery, 32, proved once again that she is a red carpet pro! Looking stunning on Aug. 25, at the 66th Emmy Awards, the Downton Abbey star rocked a fresh-faced look with a stunning low bun, complete with gold accents! Do you like her look?
The Crawley’s would never approve of such a public scandal! A promotion picture for season five of ‘Downton Abbey’ caused an online sensation when a sharp-eyed fan noticed something modern and out-of-place in the background of the shot. Can you spot the historical slip-up?
Downton Abbey stars, Hugh Bonneville, 50, and Laura Carmichael, 28, who play the Earl of Grantham and Lady Edith, have been upstaged! A promotional picture for the upcoming fifth season is getting plenty of attention after a fan spotted a historically inaccurate water bottle in the background of the shot that is set in 1924!
‘Downton Abbey’ fans, we have great news for you! While we count down the days until Season 5 premieres on January 4, 2015, new photos from next season have finally been revealed.
We now have a new sneak peek at the next season of Downton Abbey! For the last four seasons, we’ve watched as the aristocratic Crawley family have seen the world as they know it slowly slip away. Newly-released photos from PBS Masterpiece finally give us a glimpse into what will happen next!
The times, they are a changin’ at Downton Abbey! In an ominous, just-released trailer, the estate’s infamously old-fashioned butler, Mr. Carson, promises that Season 5 of the acclaimed Masterpiece series will be anything but ordinary.
On the past four seasons of Downton Abbey, the members of the aristocratic Crawley family have watched the world they know slip slowly away. Some have embraced the emerging, modern England — Lady Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) married the family chauffeur, Tom Branson (Allen Leech); Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) launched a successful writing career — while others, such as Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) and Mr. Carson (Jim Carter), remain firmly rooted in the past. But based on the brand-new Season 5 teaser video ITV released on June 24, it looks like these old-order gentleman will finally be forced to face the future!
‘Downton Abbey’ has yet to set a Season 5 premiere date, but we have your sneak peek look at the brand new episodes. Click to see behind-the-scenes pics from the set, and head on down to Highclere Castle!
Does your life feel a little less proper without Downton Abbey? Improper, perhaps? We feel your pain, but things are looking up — Season 5 photos from the English countryside have arrived! Keep reading to see what Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery), Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) and Tom Branson (Allen Leech) are up to these days!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?!
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!
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.
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