"Downton Abbey," winner of six Emmy Awards, including the win for "Outstanding Miniseries or Movie," depicts the lives of the noble Crawley family and the staff who serve them, set at their Edwardian country house in 1912.
Downton Abbey -- a sprawling, lavish Edwardian mansion nestled in the Yorkshire landscape -- needs an heir. Dame Maggy Smith stars as Violet, the stubborn Dowager Countess of Grantham matriarch of Downton. Hugh Bonneville stars as her son, the stoic, unflapple Lord Crawley. Elizabeth McGovern is his far-sighted American wife, Cora. From Academy Award-winner Julian Fellowes. This is the original un-edited UK version of the program.
Seen on Masterpiece Theatre, this haunting British drama blends heart-pounding suspense with unexpected romance. The scene--the island of St. Gregory--is fictional; the story is based on the real experiences of Channel Islanders.
See a scene from Mr. Selfridge, Episode 3, before it airs April 14, 2013, 9pm ET on PBS.
See a recap of the action from episode three of Mr. Selfridge as aired April 14, 2013.
Mr. Selfridge stars Zoe Tapper (Ellen) and Aisling Loftus (Agnes) on their characters.
See a preview for Episode 3 of Mr. Selfridge, with Jeremy Piven, airing April 14, 9pm ET.
The Great War is over and a long-awaited engagement is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues, and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate. Starring Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, and Hugh Bonneville with guest star Shirley MacLaine.
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The history of Highclere Castle
(Episode 4 of 4) William Boyd adapts his acclaimed 2002 novel about a man making his often precarious way through the 20th century.
(Episode 3 of 4) William Boyd adapts his acclaimed 2002 novel about a man making his often precarious way through the 20th century.
(Episode 1 of 4) The life story of a man--at various times a writer, lover, prisoner of war and spy.
King's Crystal, a glassware factory in Midsomer Magna, faces ruin following the death of its co-owner Alan King. His widow, Hilary, angers her son Ian by marrying Alan's brother Charles, and rumours circulate that Charles and accountant Peter Baxter embezzled funds. When Peter is stabbed to death with a Masonic dagger and Ian starts behaving strangely after finding his father's sketchbook, Barnaby is called. But the answer lies in Cully's new production.
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Jo Porter has to perform well in the opposition debate otherwise her career is over. When her husband does a kiss and tell in a tabloid paper it looks like her fate is sealed. Danny and Kirsty have to get her back on track in time.
Danny urges Jo to seek counselling for her escalating drink problem but it soon becomes apparent that this is the least of her worries when her husband runs off with the nanny.
Stephen tells Scott that he's been headhunted to help the flagging Labour by election campaign.
Danny tries to contact Jo while fending off calls from the press demanding a statement on the murder of a white prisoner by his Asian inmate.
It's Jo's 40th and she asks Danny and Kirsty to organise an intimate birthday dinner for close friends.
Scott returns to the office and is relegated to charity work.