The last episode of 'Downton' aired in the US on Sunday, drawing 10 million viewers, many of them super-fans. What do they see in it? Simon Usborne makes polite enquiries
Discussing the show with executive producer Gareth Neame, he also spoke about a possible film adaptation
With traditional broadcasters investing more in drama, viewers are benefiting from the end-of-the-week ratings war
'BBC2, which really should look a bit like Channel 4, is by some distance, Britain’s whitest TV station'
Julian Fellowes' first TV drama since Downton Abbey is an adaptation of 'Doctor Thorne', Anthony Trollope's 1858 tale of romantic intrigue. He tells Gerard Gilbert why this 'populist but patronised' author has a particular resonance for him
Queen Victoria 'was once young, vivacious and mischievous, a fun, excitable, character who led the most extraordinary romantic life'
Berry fashion watchers would have been disappointed early on to see her in the sloany-women-of-a-certain-age's uniform of choice: a shirt tucked into belted jeans
No major programme passed the seven million viewer mark this year for the first time
"If I'd have said 'We haven't got Maggie', it would have been a shadow of itself."
'With any luck, they’ll be happy enough, which is the English version of a happy ending'
The stars took part in a sketch for ITV's annual Text Santa fundraiser.
Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander, Cate Blanchett and Leonardo DiCaprio are all nominated for acting gongs
Matilda Battersby took off for a suite dedicated to a pioneering aviator
The governing Partido Popular is worried that automatically translating English language television shows and films into Spanish is leaving the country’s linguistic skills behind those of other European nations
The Only Way is Essex's scripted reality set-up has proved a satellite ratings hit in China