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Go behind with scenes with 'Today' December 9, 2013 9:29 AM ET "Downton Abbey" returns in a month on PBS for Season 4 and Monday (Dec. Today" aired a special behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming season. Star Elizabeth McGovern says the family
TV reviewer Chris Philpott takes in the season finale of Downton Abbey, and says it was very nearly ruined by an unnecessary rape storyline...Photo / AP The latest season of Downton Abbey , which came to a close this week (Monday, 8.35pm on Prime),
The socialite is played by Janet Montgomery, right, in the Christmas special More.
Downton Abbey" specials wait for no American viewers. Even though the UK show's fourth season hasn't aired in the US yet, the two-hour Christmas special, capping off the season, is just around the corner for British viewers.
In a semi-risky promotional stunt, PBS has announced that it will cart out a single Downton Abbey tea truck next week to promote the fourth iteration of our favorite British period series. The network, it seems, is trying to appeal to youthful New
With the fourth season of "Downton Abbey" set to return on Christmas Day (December 25th), Michelle Dockery pitched in promotions by covering the January 2014 issue of InStyle UK magazine. The "Anna Karenina" star looked picture perfect in Chanel and
In a chilling closeup, a single light shines into his mottled beard and weary face as he reports, "I have written personally to President Obama, President Putinall world leaders...Needless to say, these individuals are now at the top of my naughty
British actor Hugh Bonneville says fans of Paddington Bear books should feel very safe about the big screen adaptation which stars Nicole Kidman as the villain. Bonneville plays Mr Brown and Kidman is Millicent, an evil taxidermist, in Paddington to
The (fictional, even though it seems so real) world of Downton Abbey and the (real, even though it often seems fictional) world of Buckingham Palace have a lot in common: strict rules of etiquette, an emphasis on fashion; servants swerving at every
ET Look out royals, TV characters are coming after your. A new report from the Baby Centre shows that more newborns in the UK were given names inspired by characters from TV shows than members of the royal family in 2013. "Breaking Bad" also