Ratings: Downton Abbey Season 4 Premiere Draws Record-Setting Audience
Although Season 4 of Downton Abbey kicks off six months after Matthew’s untimely demise, Mary remains such a Debbie Downer that it might as well be six minutes after. That is, until she receives a letter from the dear departed that changes not only her demeanor but, frankly, everything. Pour yourself a cup of tea – or, better yet, ring for it – and read on. I’ll fill in the blanks. READ MORE
Downton Abbey returns this Sunday (PBS, 9/8c) with Lady Mary still in mourning for her husband, six months after Matthew’s untimely death.
So how to pull the grieving widow out of the dark after such a loss? Not one, but three potential suitors certainly should help: …READ MORE
PBS Masterpiece has released the first promo touting its upcoming Sunday one-two punch of Downton Season 4 (bowing Jan. 5 at 9 pm) and Sherlock Season 3 (premiering Jan. 19 at 9:58 pm immediately following Downton) — and we have your exclusive first look at the killer mash-up. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Downton Abbey‘s doors will remain open for another year.
Brit broadcaster ITV has ordered a fifth season of the international phenom, to bow next fall in the UK and (presumably and unfortunately) January 2015 in the US on PBS. READ MORE
Dollhouse vet Enver Gjokaj has cast his spell on Witches of East End.
The actor has booked a major recurring role as a mysterious novelist who finds himself drawn to …READ MORE
The last two men to take home the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series will go toe-to-toe for the statuette this Sunday — but four other fellas are hoping voters will spread the wealth. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
The 2013 Emmy race for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series is an intriguing one.
While Homeland‘s Damian Lewis goes for his second consecutive win, Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston (who captured three straight trophies from 2008-2010) will try to return to the winner’s circle after being inelligible in 2011 and losing to Lewis in 2012. Of course, then there’s the perpetual bridesmaid …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
In order for Danes to take home a bookend statuette, she’ll need to …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
“You must choose either death or life.”
So says the Dowager Countess to Lady Mary in the first trailer for Season 4 of Downton Abbey. But moving on is harder said than done for the grieving widow, who’s seen crying in Mr. Carson’s arms. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO