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Time for tea and Downton Abbey

“Downton Abbey”
“Downton Abbey”

The show returns tonight! The long wait is over to see how Lady Mary fares as a new mother – and widow. What will Edith do about that married man pursuing her? And the property, always threatened by circumstance, will it remain with the family?  Downstairs at Downton houses questionable characters as well as loyal servants who bring their own intrigue.

Smart writing on television is rare. Writer Julian Fellowes offers viewers insights into English history with complex characters and their relationships, fun fashion and hanging storylines. Tune in.

Ta-ta for now.

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