Downton Abbey Trailer Puts Carson and Mrs. Hughes' Secret Romance on Blast
Downton Abbey Trailer Tees Up Bittersweet Final Season
“If I could stop history in its tracks, maybe I would,” Lord Grantham opines to Mr Carson in the just-released trailer for the final season of Downton Abbey. “But I can’t, Carson, for neither you nor I can hold back time.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Downton Abbey Season 6: First Photos From the Crawleys' Final Outing
The footmen! The Countess! The white-hot sexual tension between Carson and Mrs. Hughes! READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Emmys 2015: What Should Win Best Drama Series? Take Our Poll!
Over the last seven years, only three series have taken home the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series — and the most recent of those, two-time champ Breaking Bad, is ineligible for 2015.
That leaves Emmy voters with three options: READ MORE & TAKE POLL
Downton Abbey Boss, Cast on Movie Hopes, Unexpected Season 6 Renewal
PBS Announces Premiere Date for Downton Abbey's Final Season
The farewell to Downton Abbey — stateside, at least — begins early next year.
The sixth and final season of the series will premiere READ MORE
It's True: Downton Abbey's Sixth Season Will Officially Be Its Last
Good news, Downton Abbey fans: You will not be subjected to Lady Mary’s nursing-home years. And the reason brings us to some bad news: The PBS phenom is going the way of Isis the dog.
Multiple sources confirm to TVLine that Downton‘s upcoming sixth season will indeed be its last. READ MORE
Maggie Smith Teases Downton Abbey Exit: 'I Certainly Can't Keep Going'
Downton Abbey‘s Dowager Countess may be known far and wide for her wickedly dry sense of humor, but Maggie Smith‘s latest comments about her character’s future on the show are no laughing matter. (OK, they’re actually pretty funny.) READ MORE
Downton Abbey Season Finale Recap: 'Proposals and Propositions'
In a strange way, Sunday’s Downton Abbey finale brought Season 5 full circle, as the Crawleys’ annual Christmas vacation — this time to visit Rose’s hellish new in-laws at Brancaster Castle — nearly went down in flames. (Remember that? Honestly, Edith…)