10:54 AM EDT 07/10/2016
Originally posted 03/06/2016 10:35PM
Life wound up "happy enough," said Lady Violet (Dame Maggie Smith), "which is the English version of a happy ending."
So, goodbye to all that.
Originally posted 03/03/2016 04:45PM
And the fans will be missing the cast's adorable antics almost as much as the show itself.
Originally posted 01/14/2016 04:40PM
The Downton Abbey star paid a visit to Live! With Kelly and Michael Thursday and dished on the series impending finale – and what he stole from the set as a memento.
Bonneville revealed to co-host Kelly Ripa – who insisted he use the term "liberate" instead of "steal" – that it wasn't priceless antiques or the vintage fashions that fell into his sticky fingers.
Hugh Bonneville on Princess Kate's Visit to Downton Abbey: 'We Were Told "No Tongues," and It Would Be Fine'
Originally posted 01/14/2016 03:40PM
It's been 10 months, but the cast of Downton Abbey still can't stop sharing details from Princess Kate's visit to the show's set last spring.
Downton Abbey's Stars Flaunt Their American Accents in a Stateside-Sounding Scene on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Originally posted 12/11/2015 11:15AM
[YOUTUBE "wElbSFWgseA"] Ever wonder what Downton Abbey would sound like with an American twang?
Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville and Allen Leech stopped by The Late Show Thursday night and ditched their native accents to give Stephen Colbert's viewers a taste of what the show might sound like on the other side of the pond.
Originally posted 12/03/2015 04:05PM
After six seasons, 52 episodes and plenty of heartbreak, we're gearing up to bid our final adieu to everyone's favorite aristocrats – and their servants – in an episode that Downton star Michelle Dockery told The Telegraph she "felt sick" shooting.
Luckily for those across the pond, Americans still have a whole season of 1920s-set intrigue to experience.
That being said, proceed through the rest of this article with caution – spoilers ahead!
Originally posted 12/02/2015 09:00AM
"The question remains: What is your future?"
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.
Originally posted 02/27/2015 09:00AM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4080634843001" "" "" "auto"] Before Downton Abbey finishes its fifth season, many questions must be answered: Will Anna (Golden Globe winner Joanne Froggatt) remain in jail for the murder of her rapist? Will Mary (Michelle Dockery) officially settle on a suitor? And will Violet (Maggie Smith) please deliver a zing – or six – to lighten the mood?
In the midst of all those questions, an exclusive clip sees Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville), accompanied by Branson (Allen Leech) and Thomas (Rob James-Collier), heading for a sporting week with the judgmental Lord Sinderby (James Faulkner), aka Lady Rose's new father-in-law.
Originally posted 01/29/2015 07:00AM
Is the end dawning for Lady Mary and the Earl of Grantham?
Just as the stars of Downton Abbey – Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville, Maggie Smith, Joanne Froggatt and the others – prepare to shoot season 6 in the spring, speculation has arisen that this could be the popular series' last.
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