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Joining the cast in series three is Lily James as the Lady Rose MacClare Aldridge , a second cousin through Violet's family, who is sent to live with the Crawleys because her parents are serving the empire in India and, later, remains there because of family problems.
In series three and four, Shirley MacLaine portrays the mother of Cora Crawley, Martha Levinson. Suitors for Lady Mary's affections during the series include Tom Cullen as Lord Gillingham, Julian Ovenden as Charles Blake, and Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot.
Downton Abbey's senior household staff are portrayed by Jim Carter as Mr Carson, the butler , and Phyllis Logan as Mrs Hughes, the housekeeper.
Tensions rise when Rob James-Collier , portraying Thomas Barrow, a footman and later a valet and under-butler , along with Siobhan Finneran as Miss O'Brien, the lady's maid to the Countess of Grantham up to series three , plot against Brendan Coyle as Mr Bates, the valet to the Earl of Grantham, and his love interest and eventual wife, Anna Joanne Froggatt , lady's maid to Lady Mary.
Kevin Doyle plays the unlucky Mr Molesley, valet to Matthew Crawley. Thomas Howes portrays William Mason, the second footman. Other household staff are Rose Leslie as Gwen Dawson, a housemaid studying to be a secretary in series one.
Amy Nuttall plays Ethel Parks, a maid, beginning in series two and three. Matt Milne joining the cast as Alfred Nugent, O'Brien's nephew, the awkward new footman for series three and four, and Raquel Cassidy plays Baxter, Cora's new lady's maid, who was hired to replace Edna Braithwaithe, who was sacked.
Ed Speleers plays the dashing James Jimmy Kent, the second footman, from series three through five. In series five and six Michael C.
Fox plays Andy Parker, a replacement footman for Jimmy. In series four, five, and six Andrew Scarborough plays Tim Drewe, a farmer of the estate, who helps Lady Edith conceal a big secret.
The kitchen staff includes Lesley Nicol as Mrs Patmore the cook , Sophie McShera as Daisy, the scullery maid who works her way up to assistant cook and marries William Mason.
Cara Theobold portrays Ivy Stuart, a kitchen maid, joining the cast for series three and four. The series is set in fictional Downton Abbey, a Yorkshire country house , which is the home and seat of the Earl and Countess of Grantham , along with their three daughters and distant family members.
Each series follows the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family, their friends, and their servants during the reign of King George V. Gareth Neame of Carnival Films conceived the idea of an Edwardian-era TV drama set in a country house and approached Fellowes, who had won an Academy Award for Best Writing Original Screenplay for Gosford Park.
Influenced by Edith Wharton's The Custom of the Country ,  Fellowes writes the scripts and his wife Emma is an informal story editor. Highclere Castle , Hampshire Downton Abbey, interior and exterior.
Byfleet Manor , Surrey the Dower House. Bampton, Oxfordshire Downton village. St Mary's Church, Bampton St Michael and All Angels, Downton.
Kingston Bagpuize House , Oxfordshire Cavenham Park. Beamish Museum , County Durham York, film. Highclere Castle in north Hampshire is used for exterior shots of Downton Abbey and most of the interior filming.
Outdoor scenes are filmed in the village of Bampton in Oxfordshire. Notable locations include St Mary's the Virgin Church and the library, which served as the entrance to the cottage hospital.
The Downton Abbey of the title and setting is described as lying in Yorkshire. The towns of Easingwold , Kirkby Malzeard , Kirkbymoorside , Malton , Middlesbrough , Ripon , Richmond , and Thirsk , each mentioned by characters in the series, lie in North Yorkshire , as does the city of York, while Leeds —similarly mentioned—lies in West Yorkshire.
Yorkshire media speculated the general location of the fictional Downton Abbey to be somewhere in the triangulated area between the towns of Easingwold, Ripon, and Thirsk.
First World War trench warfare scenes in France were filmed in a specially constructed replica battlefield for period war scenes near the village of Akenham in rural Suffolk.
The fictional Haxby Park, the estate Sir Richard Carlisle intends to buy in Series 2, is part of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire.
Inveraray Castle in Argyll , Scotland, doubled as "Duneagle Castle" in the Christmas special. Greys Court near Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire was used as the family's secondary property, which they proposed moving into and calling "Downton Place" due to financial difficulties in Series Three.
Also in the third series, Bates's prison scenes were filmed at Lincoln Castle in Lincolnshire. Horsted Keynes railway station in Sussex is used as Downton station.
St Pancras station in London doubled for King's Cross station in episode one of series 4, in the scene where Lady Edith Crawley meets her lover Michael Gregson.
Bridgewater House in the St James area of London served as the family's London home. The old rectory in Bampton is used for exterior shots of Isobel Crawley's house, with interior scenes filmed at Hall Barn , Hall Place near Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire, featured as Loxley House, the home of Sir Anthony Strallan.
Other filming locations for series 4 include the ballroom of The Savile Club in Mayfair , London. Scenes for the Christmas special were filmed at Royal Holloway, University of London near Egham , Surrey, West Wittering beach in West Sussex and Berkshire's Basildon Park near Streatley.
Lancaster House in London stood in for Buckingham Palace. Alnwick Castle , in Northumberland , was the filming location used for Brancaster Castle in the and Christmas specials, which included filming in Alnwick Castle's State Rooms , as well as on the castle's grounds, and at the nearby semi-ruined Hulne Abbey on the Duke of Northumberland 's parklands in Alnwick.
In Series 5 and 6, Kingston Bagpuize House in Oxfordshire was used as the location for Cavenham Park, the home of Lord Merton.
In Series 6 the scenes of motor racing at Brooklands were filmed at the Goodwood Circuit in West Sussex. In , Wayfair. The film of Downton Abbey uses many of the television locations such as Highclere Castle and Bampton, as well as exterior shots filmed at Beamish Museum.
The opening music of Downton Abbey , titled "Did I Make the Most of Loving You? A suite version was released on the soundtrack for the show on 19 September in the UK and later in the US on 13 December The soundtrack also included the song performed by singer Mary-Jess Leaverland ,  with lyrics written by Don Black.
The series first aired on the ITV network in the United Kingdom beginning on 26 September , and received its first Britain-wide broadcast when shown on ITV3 beginning in February STV , the ITV franchisee in central and northern Scotland including the Orkney and Shetland islands , originally opted out of showing Downton Abbey , choosing instead to screen a brand-new six-part series of Taggart , following a long practice of opting out of networked United Kingdom-wide programming on the ITV network.
Many viewers with satellite or cable television tuned into other regional stations of the ITV network, for example ITV London , with viewing figures showing this is also commonplace for other ITV programmes.
In the United States, Downton Abbey was first broadcast in January on PBS , as part of the 40th season of Masterpiece. In Canada, VisionTV began airing the programme on 7 September Canadian audiences could also view the series on PBS.
In Australia, the first series was broadcast on the Seven Network beginning on 29 May ;  the second series was broadcast beginning on 20 May ;  and the third series beginning on 10 February In Ireland, independent television channel TV3 aired the first series in January and February At Metacritic , which assigns a normalised rating out of to reviews from mainstream critics, the first series received an average score of 91, based on 16 reviews, which indicates "universal acclaim".
This has led to criticism from the political left and praise from the right. Great care has been taken to keep them pleasant and approachable, even when the things they say are sometimes shown to be class-bound and unfeeling.
He wrote that Downton Abbey shows "there is no inherent need for good TV to be left of center. Stories sympathetic to virtue, preservation of property and admiration of nobility and of wealth can be told beautifully and to wide audiences.
Downton Abbey has been a commercial success and received general acclaim from critics, although some criticise it as superficial, melodramatic or unrealistic.
Others defend these qualities as the reason for the show's appeal. David Kamp wrote in Vanity Fair that "melodrama is an uncool thing to trade in these days, but then, that's precisely why Downton Abbey is so pleasurable.
In its clear delineation between the goodies and the baddies, in its regulated dosages of highs and lows, the show is welcome counter-programming to the slow-burning despair and moral ambiguity of most quality drama on television right now.
James Parker, writing in The Atlantic , said, "Preposterous as history, preposterous as drama, the show succeeds magnificently as bad television. The dialogue spins light-operatically along in the service of multiplying plotlets, not too hard on the ear, although now and again a line lands like a tray of dropped spoons.
The acting is superb—it has to be. Heineman Jr. Its illustrious predecessor in television mega-success about the English upper class, Brideshead Revisited , is art.
Writing in The Sunday Times , A. Gill said that the show is "everything I despise and despair of on British television: National Trust sentimentality, costumed comfort drama that flogs an embarrassing, demeaning, and bogus vision of the place I live in.
It's beautifully made—handsome, artfully crafted and acted. Smith, who plays the formidable and disdainful Dowager Countess, has a lovely way of delivering words, always spaced to perfection.
This is going to be a treat if you like a lavish period drama of a Sunday evening. While rumoured, due to the departure of actor Dan Stevens , the death of Matthew Crawley, in the Christmas special, drew criticism.
The third episode of the fourth series, which aired on 6 October , included a warning at the beginning: "This episode contains violent scenes that some viewers may find upsetting.
The casting of Gary Carr drew critical accusations of political correctness in the media. The character of Ross was partially based on Leslie Hutchinson "Hutch" , a real-life s jazz singer who had an affair with a number of women in high society, among them Edwina Mountbatten.
The first episode of Downton Abbey had a consolidated British audience of 9. The total audience for the first episode, including repeats and ITV Player viewings, exceeded This was beaten by the next episode, with a total audience of Downton Abbey broke the record for a single episode viewing on ITV Player.
The second series of Downton Abbey gave PBS its highest ratings since The second series averaged 5. The 5. Additionally, episodes of series two have been viewed 4.
The fourth series premiered in the UK on 22 September with an average audience of 9. While Julian Fellowes supports a united Ireland ,  there has been criticism of the stereotypical Irish characters used in the show, specifically the character of Tom Branson's brother, Kieran, portrayed as a rude and boorish drunk.
The character of the Earl of Grantham occasionally expresses negative Catholic views and is described, by The Washington Post , as "xenophobic" but "at least historically accurate".
Fellowes has said he tries to be as authentic in his depiction of the period as he can. In , Fellowes hired Alastair Bruce , an expert on state and court ritual, as historical adviser.
That also involves getting the social conduct right, and giving actors a sense of surety in the way they deliver a performance. It is not a history programme, but a drama of social satire about a time when relationships, behaviour and hierarchy were very different from those we enjoy today.
A "tremendous amount of research" went into recreating the servants' quarters at Ealing Studios because Highclere Castle , where many of the upstairs scenes are filmed,  was not adequate for representing the "downstairs" life at the fictional manor house.
Previously available on Netflix, since the series has been available on Amazon Video. It is also available on the PBS app and PBS. On 16 September , two days before the UK premiere of the second series, it was reported by Amazon.
A soundtrack, featuring music from the series and also new songs, was released by Decca in September Music by John Lunn and Don Black features, with vocals from Mary-Jess Leaverland and Alfie Boe.
Some of the fashion items worn by characters on the show have seen a strong revival of interest in the UK and elsewhere during the show's run, including starched collars , midi skirts , beaded gowns , and hunting plaids.
The Equality Titles Bill was an unsuccessful piece of legislation introduced in the UK Parliament in that would have allowed equal succession of female heirs to hereditary titles and peerages.
It was nicknamed the " Downton Abbey law" because it addressed the same issue that affects Lady Mary Crawley, who cannot inherit the estate because it must pass to a male heir.
The decor used on Downton Abbey inspired US Representative Aaron Schock to redecorate his congressional offices in a more luxurious style.
The World of Downton Abbey , a book featuring a behind-the-scenes look at Downton Abbey and the era in which it is set, was released on 15 September It was written by Jessica Fellowes the niece of Julian Fellowes and published by HarperCollins.
A second book also written by Jessica Fellowes and published by HarperCollins, The Chronicles of Downton Abbey , was released on 13 September It is a guide to the show's characters through the early part of the third series.
Due to the show's popularity, there have been a number of references and spoofs on it, such as Family Guy episode " Chap Stewie ", which has Stewie Griffin reborn in a household similar to Downton Abbey, and How I Met Your Mother episode " The Fortress ", where the gang watch a television show called Woodworthy Manor , which is remarkably similar to Downton Abbey.
Julian Fellowes's The Gilded Age is set to debut on HBO , portraying New York in the s and how its old New York society coped with the influx of newly wealthy families.
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August Bates discovers that Thomas is stealing wine from the cellar. Worried that he will be reported, Thomas attempts to frame Bates for stealing one of Lord Grantham's antique snuffboxes, but his plans are thwarted.
Anna tells Mr Bates that she loves him but he says they cannot be together. Meanwhile, rumours begin circulating about Lady Mary and the "handsome Turk".
Daisy finds increasingly difficult to contain what she witnessed, and after some cajoling from Miss O'Brien, she tells her story to Lady Edith, who writes to the Turkish ambassador.
At the annual flower show, Isobel questions Violet's continually winning and instead supports Molesley's father's arrangements, much to Violet's dismay.
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Violet confronts Cora, who confesses the truth. Edith finds an admirer in Sir Anthony Strallan. Bates reveals to Carson that he was once a drunkard and was in prison for theft; Carson is unwilling to let him go, suspecting there is more to the story.
Sybil makes Branson take her to Ripon under false pretences to attend the by-election count. She is injured during a brawl but Matthew, who happens to come along, and Branson rescue her.
Lord Grantham blames Branson but Sybil defends him. Later that night, Mary and Matthew confess their love for each other, but Mary feels she cannot accept his proposal without telling him her scandalous secret.
Violet apologises to Cora for her earlier harsh treatment. When Lady Mary learns that Second Footman William's mother is seriously ill, she arranges for him to visit her.
Anna tells Mr Bates that she does not want him to leave Downton, and they almost kiss. July—August Tensions abound following the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.
The family returns from London after Sybil's debutante ball but Mary stays with her aunt, Lady Rosamund Painswick. Cora discovers that she is pregnant making Matthew's inheritance of the estate uncertain should the baby be a boy.Henry Talbot is the nephew of Lady Shackleton, a longtime friend of Violet Crawley. During a visit to Brancaster Castle, Henry catches the eye of Violet's eldest granddaughter, Lady Mary Crawley, and eventually marries her in late summer , and becomes stepfather to Mary's four-year-old son, George Crawley. By , he and his wife Mary have a one-year-old daughter named Caroline. 1. Downton Abbey (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Filmy warte obejrzenia ceylon-drop.com The first series of Downton Abbey comprises 7 episodes, and was broadcast in the UK on 26 September , and explored the lives of the Crawley family and their servants from the day after the sinking of the RMS Titanic in April to the outbreak of the First World War on 4 August Subscribe and Watch Full: ceylon-drop.com Die erste Serie von Downton Abbey umfasst 7 Folgen und wurde am September in Großbritannien ausgestrahlt. Sie untersuchte das Leben der Crawley-Familie und ihrer Diener vom Tag nach dem Untergang der RMS Titanic im April bis zum. Downton Abbey ist das Zuhause der adeligen Familie Crawley. Doch ihre heile Welt gerät aus den Fugen, als durch einen Todesfall ein entfernter Verwandter. Episodenführer Season 1 – April auf dem riesigen englischen Landsitz Downton Abbey. Dort lebt die adlige Familie Crawley mit zahlreichen Bediensteten. Downton Abbey Staffel 1 Episodenguide: Wir fassen schnell & übersichtlich alle Folgen der 1. Staffel von Downton Abbey für Dich zusammen. Hier findest Du. Die adelige Familie Crawley lebt mit einer Schar Dienstboten auf dem Anwesen Downton Abbey in Yorkshire. Archived from the original PDF on 23 September 21 Kmh Zu Schnell Außerorts 2021, is an altogether contrary study K-Projekt manners and respect. This article is about the television series. Lady Edith Crawley Jim Carter Quotes Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham : Don't you care about Downton? The series first aired on the ITV network in Bob Zopf United Kingdom beginning on 26 SeptemberGenwiki Familiennamen received its first Britain-wide broadcast when shown on ITV3 beginning in February Jiří Vršťala Glasgow: STV. Yes No Report this. Retrieved 23 December What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Firefox Adressleiste Anpassen information Cite this page Wikidata item. Bates discovers that Thomas is stealing wine from Die 68er cellar.