Downton Abbey is one of my favorite shows – so glad my mother-in-law and my mom suggested I watch it a few years ago. I quickly got addicted to the Crawleys and the lives of their staff.
This Sunday, six seasons of Downton Abbey end in a special 2-hour finale. I’m really wondering what will happen. Will Edith get a happy ending? Will Mary and Henry live in wedded bliss? Will Barrow find a new placement? Will the Dowager get a few zingers in? Will Branson ever find what he’s looking for? Will Anna and Mr. Bates get their happy ending?
Get your first look at the series finale here.
Tune into the final episode of Downton Abbey on Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 9/8c on MASTERPIECE on PBS. Be sure to share sentiments, sendoffs, and memories of the series using #FarewellDownton.
— PBS (@PBS) March 5, 2016
Filmed on Location at Highclere Castle, Berkshire; Alnwick Castle, Northumberland; Ealing Studios, London.
Remember when I met Michelle Dockery at the PBS Downton Abbey Fan Event?
Making their bittersweet farewell are members of the beloved cast, including Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern, Jim Carter, Joanne Froggatt, Penelope Wilton, Phyllis Logan, Laura Carmichael, Brendan Coyle, Lesley Nicol, Sophie McShera, Robert James-Collier, Allen Leech, Kevin Doyle, Samantha Bond, David Robb, Raquel Cassidy and Michael Fox. Written and created by Julian Fellowes, Downton Abbey is a Carnival Films/MASTERPIECE Co-Production. Carnival Films, headed by Downton Abbey Executive Producer Gareth Neame, is a division of NBCUniversal International Television Studios. With 59 Emmy® nominations, more than any other non-US show in Emmy® history, Downton Abbey is one of the most honored series on television, having captured 12 Emmys®, three Golden Globes®, three Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Producers Guild Award, and three BAFTAs, plus a 2015 BAFTA Special Award in recognition of the series’ outstanding global success.