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…)
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Downton Abbey Recap: Arrested Development
The investigation into Mr. Green’s murder took a sharp turn down WTF Avenue on Sunday’s Downton Abbey as a Bates was unexpectedly placed behind bars — but not the one you might have expected. READ MORE
Downton Abbey Recap: Life's Ruff
Sunday’s episode of
Where in the World Is Edith Crawley? Downton Abbey featured two engagements, a (brief) reunion of lovers and, sadly, the beginning of the end for a cherished — albeit ill-named — member of the Crawley family.
Downton Abbey Recap: The Runaways
Just when you thought Edith Crawley’s luck couldn’t get any worse… enter the Nazis. READ MORE
Downton Abbey Recap: Fight Club
Question for the group: Are we supposed to like Robert more or less after Sunday’s Downton Abbey? READ MORE
Downton Abbey Recap: Guess Who's Coming to (Ruin) Dinner
Miss Sarah “Woman With Opinions in 1924” Bunting made yet another dramatic appearance in Sunday’s Downton Abbey, nearly igniting World War
Three Two at the Crawleys’ dining room table. READ MORE
Downton Abbey Recap: 'This Is Shocking to Most People in 1924'
“You have to take control of your feelings… before they take control of you.” READ MORE