George Clooney, Elizabeth McGovern
George Clooney's Downton Abbey sketch has finally aired, and just as he tells Lady Violet, he was as beautiful and charming as ever.
The two-part segment, which was part of British channel ITV's "Text Santa" charity, featured Clooney as Lord George Oceans Gravity, Marquis of Hollywood, who is married to Cora Crawley (Elizabeth McGovern) in an alternate Scrooge-like dream sequence. Naturally, the whole clan is smitten with him, including Lady Violet (Maggie Smith), who faints at the mere touch of his hand.
Matthew McConaughey, Billy Bob Thornton
Fargo, True Detective, The Affair and a bunch of new faces topped Thursday's Golden Globe nominations.
Golden Globes surprises and snubs: The CW breaks through and Modern Family gets shut out
Fargo led the way with five nods, including for TV movie/limited series, where it'll compete opposite True Detective, The Normal Heart, The Missing and Olive Kitteridge.
The Affair is up for ...
Jeffrey Tambor, Uzo Aduba
The Screen Actors Guild joined the Clone Club after Wednesday's nominations, but freshmen were unfortunately not invited. Check out our SAG Awards surprises and snubs, and then tell us yours.
Modern Family, Tatiana Maslany lead SAG nominations
Tatiana Maslany: It finally happened. The Orphan Black star at long last received a nomination from her peers — ironically from the most predictable and typically stale group first. Lest we forget, these ...
George Clooney and Hugh Bonneville
Well of course George Clooney looks dapper in 1930s duds. The man can look good in any decade. The recently wedded A-plus lister booked a guest stint on a Downton Abbey sketch for a UK charity holiday special, and we have a picture and video to prove it.
"All trench coat and arrogance" is how John Constantine describes his roguish, demon-fighting self. His business card reads "Exorcist, Demonologist and Master of the Dark Arts," though he cautions "petty dabbler" may be closer to the mark, as "I hate to put on airs." Wielding his jaded, sardonic attitude as a shield to cloak him from the worst the netherworld has to offer, the wearily witty Constantine (as embodied by the appealingly droll Welsh actor Matt Ryan) is one ...
Will this finally be the Year of Edith on Downton Abbey? All signs point to ... probably not.
As the acclaimed drama returns for its fifth season, Britain is reeling from the country taking a leftist turn in 1924. "It's the year the first-ever socialist government was elected, so they all feel very threatened by that," executive producer Gareth Neame tells TVGuide.com.
"How do we change him back?"
Such impulsive words, which "Impossible Girl" companion Clara will eventually be forced to swallow as she, and we, learn to adjust to yet another fabulous new Doctor, the 12th in his incredible line. As Doctor Who devotees know, change is inevitable in the world of a Time Lord, and each regeneration brings a new personality and energy to the 50-year-old fantasy franchise.
Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville will guest-star on ABC's upcoming fairy-tale musical Galavant, TVLine.com reports.
Galavant stars Joshua Sasse as the titular hero...
Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith
Last year, Downton Abbey went through a transitional season dealing with major loss but also laying the groundwork for what could be a very intriguing fifth season.
Before the series returns stateside on Sunday, Jan. 4 on PBS' Masterpiece, the cast -- Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Joanne Froggatt, Allen Leech along with executive producer Gareth Neame -- attended the Television Critics Association fall previews on Tuesday to present select clips from the upcoming season. Here's what we can expect:
Dust off your fancypants, Downton Abbey fans. The British series' fifth season has a Stateside premiere date...