06:01 PM EDT 10/02/2015
Originally posted 09/20/2015 01:05PM
"I'm quite alright with that," the actor, 51, tells PEOPLE of likely being remembered as the "put-upon" valet he has played on Downton Abbey for six seasons. "I'm forever grateful for that experience."
Originally posted 09/14/2015 05:45PM
It's almost time for the beginning of the end.
The new trailer for Downton Abbey's sixth and final season is here, and there's plenty of style, intrigue and fancy horseback riding to go around.
Originally posted 09/10/2015 01:10PM
The hit PBS Masterpiece show debuted 13 stills from season 6 on Thursday that give us a sneak peek into the drama to come, including some new faces, hunting, dancing and plenty of anguished looks.
Queen Elizabeth Is a Downton Abbey Superfan! (and 6 Other Surprises About the Record-Breaking Monarch)
Originally posted 09/03/2015 10:30AM
Trust us, Lady Mary maniacs: You don't know Downton Abbey like Queen Elizabeth knows Downton Abbey.
Originally posted 08/12/2015 02:40PM
Be still, our beating hearts: Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley have reunited.
Nearly three years after Dan Stevens' Downton Abbey character Matthew Crawley's devastating death at the end of season 3, the actor reunited with his on-screen wife Michelle Dockery at a special BAFTA event Tuesday in Richmond, England.
Dockery (a.k.a. feisty heiress and widow Mary) took to Instagram to post an adorable reunion photo of the two.
"Reunited. @thatdanstevens I've missed this face," she wrote as the caption to the sweet black-and-white picture, where she has one arm wrapped around Stevens, 32. "#bafta #LastDaysofDownton #matthewandmary."
Originally posted 08/10/2015 11:50AM
She's survived a war, her husband's death and the dowager countess's withering witticisms, and now, Lady Mary Crawley is saying goodbye for good.
Michelle Dockery has been documenting the Downton Abbey cast and crew filming the British show's last season, and Monday marks her final day of shooting.
Dockery, 33, posted an Instagram of herself playing with twins Oliver and Zac Barker, who play her character's son George.
Originally posted 07/28/2015 10:00AM
Meet Lady Mary Crawley, family photographer.
It's almost time for Michelle Dockery and the rest of the Downton Abbey cast to say goodbye after six seasons. But first, the actress, 33, who plays Lady Mary in the beloved British period drama, will get as many pictures as she can for posterity.
The Golden Globe and three-time Emmy nominee is documenting the final days of production in a series of photos that she is tagging #LastDaysOfDownton.
So far, she has been focusing mostly on the off-screen talent, including producers and crew who've worked behind the scenes to make the program, which premiered in 2010, such a success.
Originally posted 07/14/2015 05:30PM
Get excited, Downton Abbey fans, because Lady Mary is back and better than ever.
After learning that season 6 will be the series's last, fans wondered what might become of the beloved cast, especially Michelle Dockery who has earned three straight Emmy nominations for her portrayal as the icy yet loyal Lady Mary.
It was announced Tuesday that Dockery will follow-up her Downton role with the lead in the TNT drama Good Behavior.
Originally posted 05/13/2015 04:25PM
For fans of the PBS series Downton Abbey, the chance to live like a Crawley is a little bit more obtainable today – the Dowager Countess's house is on the market.
Byfleet Manor is most recognizable as the home of Lady Violet Crawley, who's played by Emmy-winning actress Dame Maggie Smith on the period drama.
The countryside home, located in Surrey, just outside of London, is listed for $6 million. Photos of the elaborately decorated rooms are included with the listing.
Originally posted 03/27/2015 11:00AM
Though the show's massive international success could hardly have been anticipated, Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville is somehow "amazed" that the award-winning show went beyond its first season – as was everybody else involved.
"Those who follow the show might remember at the end of [season] 1, there was a slightly odd feeling because some of it was wrapped up in case the show never returned and some of it was led to pen in case it did – so, there was no guarantee the show was going to continue," Bonneville, 51, told ITV's Good Morning Britain.
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