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    It's Kevin Kline vs. Maggie Smith in 'My Old Lady,' Set for September Release (TRAILER)

    Kevin Kline encounters resident Maggie Smith amd daughter Kristen Scott Thomas when he looks to take over a Paris apartment that he has inherited. An apartment he thought was empty. Kline and Scott Thomas’s onscreen romance, combined with some scenic French locales — perhaps a modern companion to Wo...

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    'Downton Abbey,' Season 4: Bad Lines, Extra Melodrama, Still Irresistible

    "Kiss me now!" says Lady Edith to her married beau, as they sit the middle of a restaurant. "Kiss me!" says Cora, Countess of Grantham to Lord Grantham as he heads off on a trip. "Kiss me!" says ... oh, at least a couple of other people in season 4 of Downton Abbey, as if writer and creator Julian ...

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    'Downton Abbey' Ends Season 3: What Will We Do Without You-Know-Who?

    Oh dear, just when things were looking better. . . . If you haven’t watched the game-changing final episode of Downton Abbey, Season 3, you might want to turn back now, because all will be revealed.

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    'Downton Abbey' Preview: This Week's Jaw-Dropping Episode

    If there is one episode of 'Downton Abbey' you won’t want to miss, it’s this week’s. I won’t give anything away, except to say that the video preview here doesn’t begin to prepare you for the high drama of the most tension-filled episode so far -- in fact, un...

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    'Downton Abbey,' The Middle Class and Money ('Ya Gotta Spend It on Somethin' ')

    Season 3 of Downton Abbey – as soapy, dramatic and witheringly funny as ever, and at times shatteringly sad – begins in the spring of 1920, and everything now has a whiff of the modern. Daisy the kitchen maid rides a bike through the village, Mary and Matthew are planning their wedd...

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    Watch Downton Sixbey, Part 2: Jimmy Fallon, The Heir and His Mom

    If Downton Abbey is beginning to seem like a memory lost in the mist, if you are longing to hear Higgins the valet ask a footman, “Did you Febreeze His Lordship’s pantaloons?” you are ready for the new installment of Downton Sixbey from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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    Watch The Downton Abbey Season Finale

    Whether Mary and Matthew got together or not, there was no bad way for the Downton Abbey season to end. If you missed last night’s finale or want to relive the Christmas holidays with the Granthams, for the next two weeks you can watch it online here. (If you haven’t watched and wan...

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    Previewing The Irresistible Downton Abbey Finale: There Will Be Answers

    Heading into this Sunday’s Christmas-themed finale of Downton Abbey, you might worry that the season would end with another excruciating cliff-hanger. Mary and Matthew are undoubtedly in love, but will the question of their on-and-off and currently still-off engagement be resolved? (Reall...

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    Best Downton Abbey Mashups and Parodies

    One of the surest signs that Downton Abbey has become a full-blown hit and pop-cult phenomenon is the mini- and strained flap that has erupted about whether it is snobbish or middle-brow or an old-fashioned soap opera. I don’t see why it can’t be all three. The series satisfies our indul...

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