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British funny man Ricky Gervais stopped by ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday (March 5) to promote his new movie with the Muppets and to trade favorite phrases that sound dirty but aren’t with host Jimmy Kimmel.
After scoring an international success with his mystery thriller TV series, Broadchurch, writer Chris Chibnall has turned his pen to a stage comedy.
Cooking maven Nigella Lawson, fresh from her highly publicized divorce from businessman Charles Saatchi and a messy, losing court case against two assistants last year, graces the cover of the April issue of British Vogue.
Add Minnie Driver to the long list of performers who’ve publicly announced their wish to land roles on Downton Abbey.
Now that the final episode of Downton Abbey’s fourth season has aired, fans of the hit British drama will have to wait all the way until January for a new season to start on PBS. That’s a long time to go without knowing who’ll …
With the centennial anniversary of England’s entry into World War I approaching—the U.K. declared war on Germany on Aug.
What a difference a year makes. Remember the bummer of last year’s final episode of Downton Abbey, when viewers were left in shock and tears as Matthew Crawley died in an auto accident just hours after the birth of his first son and …
No one ever said it is easy to be a royal. Prince Charles constantly finds himself having to don costumes, handle props and sample exotic gourmet treats while making official appearances.
Hold that order of haggis. Actor and comedian Billy Connolly says he will neither vote on the issue of independence for Scotland nor reveal on which side of the issue he comes down.
Downton Abbey was as busy as London’s Paddington Station with all the comings and goings in Season Four’s seventh episode. Lady Mary’s various beaus kept popping up like toast, Aunt Rosamund paid a visit and the entire village …