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.
Next week, we'll rock out with country and blues royalty, travel back to the Sixties to swing with the best and plan our post-lockdown European vacations.
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.
Next week, we'll join the 32nd annual broadcast of America’s national night of remembrance, remember the war that changed a generation and much more.
These episodes will always be the most difficult episodes of Downton Abbey for me to watch.
Next week, we'll take a bite out of the American Dream, check in with communities impacted by last summer's protests with PBS NewsHour, take to the skies with NOVA and much more.
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.”
Next week, we'll look at the life of an influential television pioneer, visit a wild watering hole, celebrate high school musicals and much more.
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).
GPB would like to congratulate all our nominees for the recognition of their work by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter.
Next week we'll look at some of the struggles of working mothers, explore the many barriers to reproductive technology with NOVA, discuss vaccine hesitancy with A Seat at the Table and much more. Take a look at what's coming up!
Christmas, a time that should be full of season’s tidings and joy, is instead rife with anguish and drama at Downton.
Next week on GPB TV, the Antiques Roadshow takes a peek at celebrity treasures, American Masters explores the life and work of a living American treasure and FRONTLINE delivers an unprecedented undercover investigation into one of the world’s most repressive regimes.
If Downton Abbey’s take on the Spanish Flu aired in 2021 versus its original air date, would it have been done differently?
Next week FRONTLINE explores the varying responses around the world to the COVID crisis, Lucy Worsley looks at some of the historical falsehoods America has embraced, Sharon Collins tries to understand the mysterious coyote and much more.
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?
Next week American Experience introduces viewers to the man behind the curtain, Independent Lens explores the complexities of criminal justice reform and we dive in head-first with Nature and NOVA.
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.
Next week we'll welcome the return of Finding Your Roots, Nature, NOVA and more! Including a tour of Horse Country with Georgia Outdoors host Sharon Collins. Take a look at what’s coming up!
Season 2 expanded the world of Downton Abbey and all of its respective changes and developments more than ever.