Two words: “Red Wedding”.
Two words: “Red Wedding”.
Sherlock lives, death comes to Pemberley and OH YES Danny Dyer. It’s all kicking off on your sofa this year.
As if the Crawleys wouldn’t be returning! Season 5 will air in the U.S. on PBS’s Masterpiece Classic.
The Snow Geese is a new Broadway play that tells the story of an aristocratic family living in a sprawling estate, dealing with the horrors of World War I. No, wait – that’s Downton Abbey. The Snow Geese is the story of an aristocratic family living in a sprawling estate, dealing with the horrors of World War I.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet what network TV can learn from the success that cable and Netflix have had this year. Find out what Kevin Spacey, Taylor Schilling, and Jeff Daniels had to say about this teaching moment.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
A new book being released in December by Chris Kelly features the Grimalkin family, England’s oldest and finest family of cats in people clothes. BuzzFeed has the exclusive reveal of the book’s cover because of course we do.
Your next box set obsessions.
Not long to go now. Excited?
We’ve sifted out the best of the new season.
ITV has released its first trailer for the fourth season of the hit British period drama, which returns September 22 (and on Jan. 5 on PBS). What can you expect? Tears, dancing, and lots of emotion, for a start.
More details are emerging about the new series.
The cast and crew spill some details about what’s coming for the Crawleys and their servants. Julian Fellowes’ British period drama returns to ITV in September in the U.K. and to PBS’ Masterpiece on Jan. 5 in the U.S. Warning: minor spoilers ahead!
The ladies of the British period drama, along with executive producer Gareth Neame, appeared at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Tuesday evening.
Our friends at PBS and Masterpiece have given BuzzFeed an exclusive look at five images from Season 4 of the British period drama, which returns to Masterpiece on January 5, 2014. Baby Sybil!
Don’t you ever try to tell me public television isn’t sexy.
If it were up to professional geeks like Oswalt and Damon Lindelof, Maslany would win all the Emmys. “I don’t even know what it means,” Maslany says about the groundswell of support for her and the BBC America show.
Warning: includes politicians. The photos are safe for work, the words aren’t. And yes, these are all (frighteningly) real.
Re-introducing Theo James. The actor was announced months ago, but the first official picture released to EW today and it’s definitely….disconcerting.
Turns out his confusing Twitter proclamations weren’t totally insane. Welcome to Downtown Abbey.
It’s not just that she’s the most epic part of Game of Thrones. It’s also because she’s a hot redhead.
Who knew a countess from the start of the 20th century could teach us so much?
Imagine being trapped underground with Paul Wesley. Train traffic doesn’t seem so bad after all.
If The Dowager Countess and the Queen of Thorns met IRL, they would definitely be best friends and partners in crime.
All hail the unholy trinity.
“You’re never bored,” Gingrich says. “It’s sort of MTV designed into longform.”
This week, Comcast is freeing up a ton of its on-demand content, like the entireties of Mad Men, Downton Abbey, Homeland, and Game of Thrones. It’s a lot! Here’s a guide.
The Matthew Crawley we all knew is dead.
She’s mastered the artform. Sorry, everyone else.
“The way that you do your hair gets me…flabbergasted.”