Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes didn't want to kill off Lady Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) or Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens) on Season 3, but the actors basically boxed him into it. "You see, in America, it’s quite standard for an actor to sign, at t more
Considering about opening the show up 'ethnically a bit,' Julian Fellowes agrees that the period drama needs to have an Indian character 'in a way that is historically believable.' http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00055220.html
Julian Fellowes had his work cut out in the final 90 minutes of this series, with eight sprawling story lines to tie up neatly with a gigantic Christmas-ready bow.
Instead, he threw the gauntlet down with a brand new character, in the form of great-n more
The series 3 finale of Downton Abbey did a good job of tying up most loose ends while untying a couple more. It was a good episode, at least in that it was solid and somewhat satisfying, but it definitely wasn’t without its flaws. This is goin more