'Downton Abbey' racked up 59 nominations over five seasons. Will the period drama go out with a bang or will voters move on in its final season?
'Downton Abbey' begins its sixth and final season Sunday night on PBS. ADTV's Robin Write has the early review and an appreciation for the series.
It won’t air here in the U.S. until January 2016, but the final season of Downton Abbey kicks off Sunday, September 20, in the U.K. Here is the final trailer, featuring much tears and saying of goodbye.
Take a peek at some of the recently released cast photos of Downton Abbey's sixth and final season.
Robin makes the case for PBS's 'Downton Abbey' by highlighting the emotional and dramatic Season Five and the remarkable performances that make it one of television's most popular series.
Will recent awards attention push Lorraine Toussaint into the mix for Orange is the New Black? She'll have to make it past her co-stars first, according to Megan McLachlan.
Suddenly, seven nominees in the Drama Series category feels incredibly tight given the wealth of quality, diverse dramatic television series. Which direction will Emmy voters go?
Downton Abbey ends its fifth season with the traditional Christmas episode full of family intrigue, drama, and an unlikely marriage proposal. Grab a cup of hot tea and curl up with ADTV's recap.
As Downton Abbey leads up to its annual Christmas finale, the drama escalates to a breathless conclusion as the family travels to London for Rose's wedding.
As subplots escalate leading up to the annual Christmas episode (airing in March), secrets are revealed and engagements are planned. Yet, in all of this activity, what is to become of the Dowager Countess?