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    'Downton Abbey' Star Dan Stevens Joins That WikiLeaks Movie Starring Benedict Cumberbatch

    With the participation of "Downton Abbey" star Dan Stevens for the fourth season of the hit show currently up in the air, he's busy getting ready to make his Hollywood debut in a film that is bringing together an impressive amount of talent, to tell the tale of one of the world's m...

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    Cast of 'Downton Abbey' Does 'Breaking Bad' on 'Colbert Report'

    Much of the cast of Downton Abbey  -- including Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern, but not Magge Smith or Michelle Dockery -- has been in New York promoting the Jan. 6th premiere of the new season, and they have faced a flood of uninteresting questions. But if the low point was Savannah Gu...

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    The PBS Winter/Spring Lineup Includes the Return of 'Downton Abbey' and 'Call the Midwife,' Premiere of 'The Central Park Five'

    Any fan of repressed British emotional drama and period costumes knows that "Downton Abbey" is set to make its season three return to U.S. television on PBS on Sunday, January 6 at 9pm. But the new PBS lineup for winter and spring brings other welcome news. "Call the Midwife," a ...

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    'Downton Abbey' in America? Creator Julian Fellowes Lands a New Series at NBC About 1800s New York

    Julian Fellowes, the creator of costume-drama phenom "Downton Abbey" and the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of "Gosford Park," is bringing his next project Stateside. NBC and Universal Television have signed on to "The Gilded Age," a new series created, written and produced by Fellowes.

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    'Downton Abbey' Hired For Season 4, 'Boss' Fired After Two Seasons

    This morning we have some news about everyone’s favorite soap opera, the cancellation of another cable drama series, and a pirate show.

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    'Downton Abbey' Renewed for Fourth Season; Boosts Dockery and Stevens Film Careers

    Before American audiences have seen even one episode of the much-anticipated "Downton Abbey" Season 3 (finally premiering on PBS on January 6), news comes that the successful show has been renewed for a fourth season on Britain's ITV. Season 3, which recently aired its finale in the UK, averaged a s...

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    'Downton Abbey' Renewed for a Fourth Season

    In what's bound to be happy news to fans if no real surprise, "Downton Abbey" has been renewed for a fourth season. ITV, the British network that's the original home to the Julian Fellowes-created period drama, announced today that it's commissing a new series of the accla...

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    Holy Tea & Crumpets! Julian Fellowes Considering A 'Downton Abbey' Prequel

    When he’s not busy writing reports to assist David Cameron in his attempts to balls up the UK film industry by only supporting “mainstream films,” Julian Fellowes is quietly going about penning one of the most successful dramas on television right now. “Downton Abbey” i...

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    Julian Fellowes Planning a 'Downton Abbey' Prequel About Young Robert and Cora

    When "Downton Abbey" eventually comes to an end in a flurry of repressed British emotion, it might not be the last we see of all the characters. Speaking at the at the BAFTA Screenwriters' Lecture series on Wednesday, September 26th, "Downton Abbey" creator and writer Julian ...

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    Watch: Two New Trailers For Season 3 Of 'Downton Abbey'

    Sure, you might be enjoying/still eagerly anticipating Benedict Cumberbatch in “Parade’s End,” but there’s no denying that it’s still little more than the pretender to the crown. The real blockbuster British period drama remains “Downton Abbey,” and it won’t be long until the third season of the acc...

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