A lot of this is actually kind of romantic and sweet. A lot of it is pretty sexy. And a lot of it is jaw-droppingly weird. More
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Sometimes a person winds up loving something that does not fit their self-concept, and they become confused and insecure about who they are as a person. Here is what your guilty pleasure TV show says about you. More
Downton Abbey season 4 premieres tonight on PBS. Get into character with some champagne, fancy glasses, and Downton Abbey hair and makeup. More
Downton Abbey has given us a lot of things, mostly a love of fancy furniture and Maggie Smith, and it could mean big changes in the U.K., at least for the handful of aristocrats who would be affected by a new bill making its way through the House of Lords. More
What would Jane Austen do? More
Yesterday, several of the actors from the beloved British show Downton Abbey walked the red carpet before the show’s panel at PBS’s portion of the 2013 Summer Television Critics Association tour. The event, which took place at the Beverly Hill Hotel, brought out many of the show’s favorite faces, all of whom looked amazing wearing styles that were considerably different than their typical period-piece garb. More
If you thought the upcoming Downton Abbey makeup line from Marks and Spencer would look anything but lovely, you were wrong. More
The Dowager Countess is wearing secondhand clothes? That cannot be! But Maggie Smith isn’t the only culprit uncovered by the brilliant Tumblr Recycled Movie Costumes, which tracks where famous costumes have been reused in various movies and TV shows over the years. More
Most of the time when celebrities talk, I don’t expect things I will care about to come out of their mouths. Things that annoy me, sure; things that excite me a little, maybe. Things that genuinely concern me for the person speaking? Those are rare indeed, but Downton Abbey‘s Jessica Brown Findlay revealed something regarding her 2011 topless scene that caught my attention and kept me thinking for a while prior to writing this. More
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- Which disease has Downton Abbey‘s Dan Stevens caught — one that he shares with Hugh Jackman, Tom Hanks and Christian Bale?
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Do you know Dan Stevens? Of course you do. You might not know him by name, but you watch Downton Abbey. You watch it with your mom, over holidays, while drinking cocoa, and watch him depict Matthew. And you weep. You weep at all the poignant lines. Here. Look at him in this tuxedo. You know exactly what he looks like. OR DO YOU. More
Look, first and foremost, Gilded Age, the new drama set in 1880s New York, by Julian Fellowes, the creator of Downton Abbey is probably the most exciting thing that is ever going to happen to any of us. More exciting than the birth of our own children. More exciting than anything will ever be again. More
In between hosting and providing music for “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” Fallon and Questlove have created a spoof of everybody’s favorite TV show, “Downton Abbey.” More