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Wednesday, March 21

See Downton Abbey: Behind the Drama

Downton Abbey: Behind the Drama is available for viewing online at PBS.org through April 2, 2012. 

From the castle to the servants quarters, get a close look at the set and characters of the hit second season of Downton Abbey in this film narrated by Hugh Bonneville.


5 comments:

Robin's Egg Bleu said...

Awesome!

Nonna Beach said...

This was a real treat to watch....saw it on PBS recently !!!

Kerri said...

Oh i'm so addicted to Downton. Annd pretty much every other Masterpiece Classic film as well. :) I watched this last night and loved it.

Eesti said...

Downton Abbey is a wonderfully crafted series with great characters and a good choice of actors/actresses playing the roles. Maggie Smith plays her part so well, as really do most of the cast. I love the fact that you must listen so that you catch the subtle moments of humour, sometimes quite unexpected. So the Series is great, but the information provided is lacking. IE as mentioned in some other reviews, neither the packing nor the disc list the name of the episodes on the packing or the disc. This is extremely annoying and also I feel quite sloppy. Perhaps those who make the decisions on the written information provided could take a leaf out of "Sailor", or "Lewis" who provide good written information.

UK said...

Quite simply, this is the best show on television right now, and the Brits are the best at these period pieces. There is something for everyone: vulnerability, romance, manipulation, war, the inevitability of change, and more. Watch it!