In which Downton’s residents suffer profound grief and Downton Abbey viewers feel a profound need to reach for tissues.
In which Tom gets in big trouble and Hot Jimmy makes his Downton debut.
"A Ford Fiesta will get you there and give you a good time. But actually an Aston Martin ... "
Another wedding (almost) and another round of Matthew and Mary, Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems.
Cocktails created to match the nominees.
One word: juggernaut.
That's a long time for Edith to still be so sad. Poor Edith.
Were we the only ones who felt something between the Dowager Countess and Lady Cora's mother?
A throwback to all that was beautiful and decadent about the jazz era.
We asked an NYU law professor for his professional advice.
"On Homeland, you’ve got someone about to blow up the vice-president. In Downton, it’s, 'Where are the dress shirts?'"
Why can't Americans see it when the Brits do? And can't the show do something to stop actors from bolting?
Winning over Lady Sybil (and us) with his steadfast devotion to equal rights for all.