After the events of this season, it’s high time that the Crawley family took a proper holiday. However, this is the Christmas special that has forever made me doubt Christmas specials from my favorite British shows.
The world is moving on without Lady Sybil. For those (like me) who are always saddened (or, like me, traumatized) by her death, new storylines unfolding at Downton are a welcome sight.
These episodes will always be the most difficult episodes of Downton Abbey for me to watch.
If one quote from this week’s episodes could sum them up in entirety, it comes from the witty, and often accurate, view of Violet Crawley: “No family is ever what it seems from the outside.”
As far as memorable, joyful moments on Downton Abbey go, the Season 3 premiere ranks highly as one of the best, or at least feel-good, episodes the show ever had (Bates and Anna aside. Always, Bates and Anna aside).
Christmas, a time that should be full of season’s tidings and joy, is instead rife with anguish and drama at Downton.
If Downton Abbey’s take on the Spanish Flu aired in 2021 versus its original air date, would it have been done differently?
Do you ever wonder at which point when you started watching/becoming immersed in/making your life about Downton Abbey, it became not just a costume drama about a grand home in a quaint little town and more about yelling at your television and writing strongly worded letters to Julian Fellowes and Carnival about ruining your Sunday night/Christmas/week/month/year?
While outwardly, they must all band together in order for Downton to do its part and thrive as a convalescent home, beneath the surface our favorite characters must fight their own battles.
Season 2 expanded the world of Downton Abbey and all of its respective changes and developments more than ever.
The consequences of risky behavior unfold both upstairs and downstairs ahead of World War I.
We may have met most of the primary cast members in the first episode, but this week was a meeting of character dynamics with long-lasting consequences.
Downton Abbey is returning to GPB! Rachel Buchman and Kirk Cooper will be tuning in weekly to share their perspectives as a die-hard fan (Rachel) and someone who gave up on Downton very early on (Kirk).
What would it be like to follow the footsteps of Lady Mary Crawley and Dr. Martin Ellingham? This summer, we’re giving you the opportunity to find out.
With more than 50 costumes on display from the world-renowned London firm, Cosprop Ltd., you’ll get a close look at all of the detail that went into costuming the Dowager Countess of Grantham, Harry Selfridge, Elizabeth Bennet, and more.
As we enjoy our Downton Abbey marathon all week on GPB, we can’t help but wonder what our favorite cast and crew involved with the series are working on next.
Downton Abbey book author Jessica Fellowes and I have something in common. The show transformed our lives.
Get ready to hang out in the Crawley family dining room and Mrs. Patmore's kitchen!
It's official! A "Downton Abbey" movie is set to be made.
Joanne Froggatt wears familiar servants clothes in the new Masterpiece drama "Dark Angel." But she's no cherub!