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Downton Abbey's Lady Mary may be in mourning, but will we get to see her eventually find happiness this season?
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The fourth season of Downton Abbey is fast approaching, but in light of how it left off, will you tune in?
Pull out your dancing shoes, because Downton Abbey will be entering the Jazz Age.
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It's been months since fans reeled from that shocking Christmas episode that also rocked the Crawley family, and now they're moving into the 1920s with new babies, suitors and even a musician or two. The story picks up in February 1922, when Downton Abbey is still in deep mourning for the loss of heir Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens) from an auto accident.
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"Both the audience and the characters have experienced some passage of time," executive producer Gareth Neame said at PBS' Television Critics Association fall preview on Tuesday.
Emmy winner Paul Giamatti is joining the cast of Downton Abbey, TVLine reports.
Giamatti will play Harold Levinson, the free-spirited playboy brother of Cora (Elizabeth McGovern) and uncle to Mary (Michelle Dockery) and Edith (Laura Carmichael). He'll be introduced in the Season 4 finale.
Downton Abbey could be getting a little more rock 'n' roll.
The Rolling Stones, according to a report in the UK's Guardian, could appear on an episode of Downton Abbey if one star gets his wish, an unnamed source tells the newspaper.