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Actress says she has never been annoyed by show's different US casting

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Juliet Stevenson feels TV offers only "colourless" roles for middle-aged women

Joanne Froggatt, actor

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That outfit’s a bit racy for a head housemaid!

Joanna Froggatt as Anna Bates, who was raped by a visiting valet in Downton Abbey

Viewers complain following Downton Abbey rape scene

A spokesman for the drama said the events in the episode were 'acted and directed with great sensitivity'

Broadchurch

Not bad for a small island that no one listens to: British TV exports hit £1.2bn

Homegrown programmes enjoy sales boom as audiences in China and East Europe tune into Downton Abbey

Lord Gillingham with Lady Mary in Downton Abbey episode three, series four

Downton Abbey suffers ratings dip as drama goes up against Homeland

Downton Abbey episode three dipped slightly to 9.2m viewers, as Homeland season three returned to Channel 4 with 2.2m

Clemence Poesy and Stephen Dillane star in The Tunnel

So long Scandi noir: Could Bilingual drama The Tunnel set new TV trend?

The Franco-English show is the first dual language production for UK TV

Kevin Doyle plays Mr Molesley in Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey's second episode scores 9.6m viewers for ITV

The drama's ratings continue to go from strength to strength after last week's record-breaking season premiere

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 16 review - A fitting finale that rose to the occasion

Spoiler alert: This review is about what happened in the series finale of Breaking Bad which aired in the US on Sunday night - read on if you want to know what happened

Will life be the same after Breaking Bad?

Suffering from Breaking Bad withdrawal? Here's your step-by-step guide to recovery

That's it. It's all over. But where do we go from here? Can we really go cold turkey? Ellen E Jones has some advice for those of you hoping to wean yourself off one of TV's most addictive shows

Breaking Bad: ‘Heisenberg’ leaves us with a killer of a show

Here in the US, I’ll be watching the Breaking Bad finale on basic cable. There in the UK, you’ll be watching it on Netflix.

Agents of SHIELD viral marketing poster

Marvel's Agents of SHIELD posters warn of 'extraordinary activity' in viral marketing stunt

But can it beat EastEnders and Coronation Street in the ratings?

Baking hot: Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry

Baking Bad: Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood watch Breaking Bad between Bake Off takes

The judges watch the hit US series with Mel and Sue, it has been revealed

Nicole Kidman could be ruled out of this year's Oscar race

Has Nicole Kidman been ruled out of the Best Actress Oscar race?

The Weinstein Company pushes back the release of Grace of Monaco

Ammonds (centre) on set with Ernie Wise and Eric Morecambe

Move over X Factor: Morecambe and Wise and Only Fools and Horses top ultimate TV poll

The shows were voted for by Radio Times readers who were asked to choose their ultimate TV schedule

Bryan Cranston at the 2013 Emmy Awards

Indyplus - Emmy Awards 2013: List of winners in full

Breaking Bad won its first gong for Outstanding Drama Series, while Downton Abbey missed out in 10 categories

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