If you've watched Downton Abbey, you know romance has never really been Lady Mary's thing. *SPOILER ALERT* *SPOILER ALERT* *SPOILER ALERT*
We may be lightyears away from Season 5 of Downton Abbey, but let's stir the spoiler pot, shall we? This week, some cast members escaped the Dowager Countess' disapproving gaze and served up some TV tea.
Hooray, because Downton Abbey, your favorite period piece with all those violins, returns to PBS this Sunday. Let's play catch up, shall we? *spoiler alert*
While last night's Downton Abbey brought some good news (another baby!), it brought a whole lot more bad as Matthew Crawley, former middle class lawyer and champion of our affections, was killed after being run off the road by a truck. Modernity strikes again.
Downton Abbey is a place rooted in tradition and we have come to depend on its stick-in-the-mud ways, but today we have word of something that threatens to shake our favorite British estate to its very core: We might have to face a season four with no Dame Maggie Smith and no Dan Stevens. A show without the Dowager…
If you are in full mourning over the end of Downton Abbey coming to an end for the moment, perhaps these stylish Downton trading cards from Vanity Fair will be of some comfort. I'll trade you a Lady Edith and a Branson for an Anna and Mr. Bates.