Articles Tagged 'Michelle Dockery'

Actress Michelle Dockery attends the 102nd White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on April 30, 2016 in Washington, DC.

WATCH: Michelle Dockery on Leaving ‘Downton Abbey’ Behind

Michelle Dockery‘s new show Good Behavior starts next month, and it’s fair to say her character Letty Debosh is about as far from Lady Mary as it’s possible to be: Whoa. What would her grandmother the Dowager Countess have to say about that? Sure enough, Michelle acknowledged her new role was somewhat of a departure in […]

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WATCH: ‘Downton’ Stars Perform Scene with American Accents

The Downton Abbey stars have been making the American TV rounds ahead of the U.S. premiere of the stately costume drama’s final season, premiering Sunday, January 3. But their appearance last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert was the best yet: Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, and Allen Leech were asked to do a […]

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‘Downton Abbey’ Cast Tweet the #LastDaysofDownton

The end is near. Downton Abbey‘s sixth and final season, due for broadcast in January 2016 on PBS, is currently in production. And, as the final shooting has wrapped over the last few days, the cast and crew have been taking to Twitter to say a fond and slightly sad goodbye to the show, using the hashtag #LastDaysofDownton. […]

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Snapshot: The Women of the Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament

We’re nearing the finish line of the men’s Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament, with the semifinals happening next week. Sam Heughan, Hugh Laurie, Richard Armitage, Colin Morgan, Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, David Tennant, and two time Fan Favorites winner Tom Hiddleston are still in the running as we head into the fourth round. If you’re enjoying the friendly competition of the […]

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WATCH: British Stars on the Run for Cancer Campaign

Did you hear about the movie that stars Benedict Cumberbatch AND Tom Hardy AND Idris Elba AND Eddie Redmayne AND Anna Friel AND Steve Coogan AND Sheridan Smith AND Michelle Dockery AND Gillian Anderson? And did you hear that it’s less than a minute long? That’s a hallmark of high quality drama right there! Actually, […]

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Recap: Big Relief! No One Dies in ‘Downton Abbey’ Finale

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 heir? Happily, this fourth season’s finale contained no deaths and concluded on […]

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Recap: Life Gets Bazaar at Downton Abbey

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 descended on the estate for the annual church bazaar. In between, there were multiple declarations of love, […]

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‘Downton Abbey’s Leading Ladies To Visit the Multiplex

Downton Abbey’s Crawley sisters are going to the movies. Or, more accurately, fans of the hit British TV show can soon head to the multiplex to watch two of the actresses who portray aristocratic siblings on the period drama in starring roles in big budget films. Jessica Brown Findlay, who played Lady Sybil, and Michelle Dockery, […]

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Recap: ‘Downton Abbey’s’ Lady Mary Finds Love, or at Least Like, in a Pigpen

It is busy, busy, busy both upstairs and downstairs at Downton Abbey in Season Four’s sixth episode. There are arrivals and departures, several possible romances brewing, an abortion contemplated and Downton’s oldest resident, the Dowager Countess, takes ill, as do its newest residents, a bunch of pigs. Departing is Robert Crawley (Hugh Bonneville), who’s grudgingly […]

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‘Downton Abbey’ Recap: Season Four, Episode 5

Woo-hoo! Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) has yet another potential suitor, even if she and he don’t yet know that they’re meant for each other. Downtown Abbey gets what is, judging from everyone’s stunned expressions both upstairs and down, its first ever black visitor: Jack Ross (Gary Carr), an American singer and jazz band leader invited […]

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