Grab your handkerchief: there are just two weeks of production left on "Downtown Abbey." Like, ever.
The British drama that helped buttoned-up PBS roll up its sleeves to mainstream popularity is getting closer to bidding adieu. And like the good ol' Dowager Countess, we can only muster a facial expression of incredulity as we hold onto our cane for support.
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PBS is really going to miss "Downton Abbey." So much so that the public broadcaster is going to give the British costume drama a stylish sendoff early next year with a Rose Parade float.
"No, I won't be on it," PBS President and Chief Executive Paula Kerger cracked to reporters covering the TV press tour in Beverly Hills on Saturday morning. TV viewers will see the float pass by just two days before...Read more
The sleuths behind "Sherlock" still can't deduce the air date of a highly anticipated Victorian special.
The PBS Masterpiece hit drama, which has taken an 18-month-hiatus since its Series 3 finale's air date, returns "soon-ish" with a blast from the past special that transports its titular character and danger-drawn sidekick back to Arthur Conan Doyle's Victorian London.
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There's no "faking it" on "Flesh and Bone."
When it came time to cast the upcoming limited series from Starz that is set in the cutthroat world of ballet, pains were taken to ensure its talent could twirl and glide without help from editing, said executive producer Moira Walley-Beckett.
"It was a daunting challenge," Walley-Beckett said during the show's panel Friday at the Television Critics Assn....Read more
Bill Hader, Fred Armisen and Seth Meyers have fully immersed themselves in the mockumentary business with IFC's "Documentary Now!"
The former "Saturday Night Live" stars created the six-part series that lovingly parodies famous documentaries and "honors some of the most important stories that didn't actually happen," the network said.
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To the delight of comedy nerds the world over, "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp" -- the eight-episode revival of the 2001 cult favorite starring Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler and Elizabeth Banks -- premiered Friday on Netflix.
As recalled to The Times by cast members and co-writers Michael Showalter and David Wain (the latter of whom also directed), the making of the original film was an arduous...Read more