Julian Fellowes’ costume drama begins its fifth year with a slew of domestic intrigues in place, as well as some new tensions. WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
Michelle Dockery, Allen Leech, Laura Carmichael, and Joanne Froggatt share details about the new season with BuzzFeed. Warning: SPOILERS ahead if you haven’t finished Season 4.
The Crawleys and their servants are back for a new season of domestic drama and international intrigue this autumn on ITV and in Jan. on PBS’s Masterpiece. Plus, George and Sybbie have grown up!
Let’s be real, Mr. Rogers and Bill Nye were the best teachers you’ve ever had.
The 6-3 decision said the startup service has to pay broadcasters when it takes their programs and streams them to paid subscribers. Broadcasters painted the ruling as a win for consumers. But that claim is dubious.
D.W. Read is the one and only queen of Saturday morning TV.
Lee Pace in an ’80s computer-programming drama, a Victorian horror mash-up, sex researchers, Jack Bauer, Louie, and female prisoners? Check, check, check, check, check, and check.
Won’t you be my neighbor? YES. YES I WILL.
Besides the number of times this period drama makes you sob like a baby.
Even though this is probably a spoof, it’s cool to know PBS is so hardcore.
Come on and zoom, come on and zoom, come on and zoom, zoom, zoom-a ZOOM!
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Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman talk about Sherlock’s biggest Season 3 shockers in a pair of exclusive behind-the-scenes clips. Spoiler alert!
Looking to get caught up on Veronica Mars before the movie comes out on March 14? Turns out, the only place you can do so now is on Amazon Prime Instant.
Has the bloom gone off this English rose? Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!
The hotly anticipated British mystery drama returns with the revelation of just how Sherlock Holmes faked his death two years ago. Warning: Minor spoilers ahead! [UPDATED]
PBS and Masterpiece have given BuzzFeed an exclusive look at four images from Season 3 of the British mystery, which returns to Masterpiece on Jan. 19, 2014. Wedding bells!
From Breaking Bad’s stevia packet to Girls’ Q-tip, here are some of the pivotal objects that sum up scripted television in 2013. SPOILER ALERT for a ton of shows if you’re not caught up. You’ve been warned.
As if the Crawleys wouldn’t be returning! Season 5 will air in the U.S. on PBS’s Masterpiece Classic.
“You’re only as much as you settle for.”
It’s a good documentary, but more than that, it’s important to remember what a transformative figure she was.
The British actor made a PBS video about self-control with the Sesame Street star and it’s pretty much amazing.
The network cites a lack of “editorial control” for its sudden decision to end its involvement with PBS’s investigation, but there are bigger factors at play.
Check-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check it out. Your local listings, that is.
In honor of the iconic chef’s birthday, here she is, doing what she loved best.
The cast and crew spill some details about what’s coming for the Crawleys and their servants. Julian Fellowes’ British period drama returns 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.
The two were just named the Managing Editors and Co-Anchors of the PBS Newshour.