There’s a lovely interview with Julian Fellowes at the Radio Times, in which he explains why Dan Stevens’ exit from Downton Abbey was quite as brutal and sudden as it was.
As you most likely know already, the sixth and final season of Downton Abbey is inching its way to the U.S.
While appreciating that this won’t be happening in America for quite a while, the trailer for the final series of Downton Abbey has arrived and as you might expect, it’s got ‘end of an era’ written through it …
The U.K.’s Office of National Statistics has released its annual report on the naming of babies throughout England and Wales in 2014.
The end is near. Downton Abbey‘s sixth and final season, due for broadcast in January 2016 on PBS, is currently in production.
This is lovely. The cast of Downton Abbey were recently interviewed by PBS and asked, in the light of recent announcements that the show will finish at the end of the next season, how they would like their own character’s story …
While fans of Julian Fellowes’ period drama might still be feeling a little lost, Downton Abbey actress Penelope Wilton seems to have adjusted to the news of the series coming to an end.
Let’s just admit one thing before we start: nobody falls for internet April Fool’s gags from companies or famous people. No one. Not a soul.
Carnival Films and ITV have announced that Season 6 of Downton Abbey will be the last, putting to an end weeks of speculation that the show was about to lose its creator and writer, not to mention some of its cast.
There’s a nice interview with Emma Watson in the latest issue of Total Film magazine, in which she describes the challenges involved in taking on the role of Belle in Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast …