The Origin Theatre Company, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the cultivation, development, and interpretation of new and emerging European playwrights, has organized a series of online auctions to raise money. Which is great. And most of them are more
"Downton Abbey" has become a much-loved hit in both the United Kingdom and across the pond in the U.S. -- so just how long can the drama be on the air? Another six seasons, according to executive producer Gareth Neame. Neame tells the New York Daily News, more
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Gary Carr will portray the first black character on Downton Abbey during its upcoming fourth season, according to The Hollywood Reporter .
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Carr, who will play a "charming and charismatic young jazz singer," joins returni more
"Downton Abbey" announced back in February that it would be adding its first black character in musician Jack Ross, who was described in the casting notice as a "musician (singer) at an exclusive club in the 20s. He's black and very handsome. A real man ( more
U.K. drama "Downton Abbey" has become somewhat of a global phenomenon. Viewers tune in by the millions, parodies crop up everywhere. Now, executive producer Gareth Neame tells CNBC that the show is about to put out a large line of merchandise. "We'll be w more
Danish series "Borgen" and "The Killing" and Britain's "Downton Abbey" and "Dr. Who" are also among the nominees for the international television festival.
The folks at 54 Below, a Broadway hotspot where performers from the Great White Way take the stage as patrons dine in an elegant setting, has taken on "Downton Abbey" in this musical send-up.Colin Mochrie of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" is creator Julian Fe more
Who will we love to hate now that 1) O'Brien is gone, and 2) Thomas is softening up a bit on Downton Abbey? Siobhan Finneran (O'Brien) announced she was leaving the Abbey after Season 3, and we're not expecting to see her on Season 4, which is now filming more
HitFix's Liane Bonin Starr recaps the season three-ending episode of 'Downton Abbey,' in which everything seems mostly fine until it isn't. http://m.hitfix.com/blogs/starr-raving/posts/downton-abbey-recap-season-3-episode-7
PBS doesn't waste any time in cramming the episodes of Downton Abbey into a short time frame, as the Downton Abbey Season 3 was full of birth, death and other surprises.
That's surprising considering how little actually happened in the finale. It felt more
We knew this was going to happen. If we hadn’t already seen this moment, then we’d either read about it, or heard about it from a loose-lipped Downton fan, or speculated that it might occur once we learned who might be leaving Downton Abbey at the end of more
This episode originally aired in the U.K. on Christmas, but there isn’t much holiday spirit. It actually takes place a year after the last episode’s cricket match. Young Sybil is becoming a toddler. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/02/17/downton-abbey- more
HitFix's Liane Bonin Starr recaps the season three-ending episode of 'Downton Abbey,' in which everything seems mostly fine until it isn't. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/starr-raving/posts/downton-abbey-recap-season-3-episode-7
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 3, Episode 7 of PBS' "Downton Abbey" (known in the UK as the "Christmas Special").
I suppose it has become fashionable to kill off major characters on today's quality TV shows.
Under the old r more
On one hand it's AWESOMELY progressive of everyone to accept Thomas's homosexuality, but isn't it also kind of WEIRDLY progressive? To the point of maybe being out of character for most of our characters considering the time period? http://www.tv.com/news more