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Topic - Matthew Crawley
The third season of "Downton Abbey" ends this Sunday with a bang.
The third season of "Downton Abbey" ends this Sunday with a bang. Exactly what that bang is, we're not going to say, in deference to the maybe half-dozen "Downton" fans who still don't know the shocking truth.
British fans of "Downton Abbey" are feeling blue after Tuesday's conclusion of Season 3, even as the U.S. audience eagerly anticipates this third cycle on PBS' "Masterpiece" beginning Jan. 6.
Dan Stevens, who is currently shooting the third season of "Downton Abbey," will be staying posh: He's joining the cast of Broadway's "The Heiress."
"Downtown Abbey" star Dan Stevens has been spending twice as much time in the past.
"Downton Abbey" star Dan Stevens has been spending twice as much time in the past.