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Worlds collide at Downton Abbey when a lunch guest reveals a surprising connection, and everyone remembers how great Sybil was. Mary vows to be a better human being. Anna smiles.
Will Elsie get the wedding she wants? The one where it's about her and not the house? This episode is all about people not saying how they really feel and/or saying EXACTLY how they really feel.
Kate del Castillo, the mystery woman behind Sean Penn's travesty of journalism is no mystery to her gazillions of fans, and she's about to get even bigger.
Carson and Mrs Hughes disagree about a wedding venue. Mary shows off her pigs. Thomas would like to help Andy wind the clocks. Marigold returns to Yew Tree Farm. Anna goes to London to put her feet up, in stirrups, because she's going to a lady parts' doctor and that's somebody's idea of hysterical.
Downton Abbey may be coming to an end, but Netflix has you covered with a new series about even snootier aristocrats. Let's take a peek.
It's the final season of Downton Abbey. Mary's sordid past comes back to haunt her, which only makes her meaner to Poor Edith, the ugly one. Mrs. Hughes still hasn't set a wedding date. Is she having second thoughts? And will Anna and Bates ever know a moment of happiness?
John Watson has a mustache and so does Molly Hooper. Find out what's different and what's the same in this 19th century set very special episode.
Sherlock is back and he's having a special New Year's Day event. You can watch two major movie stars having a great time in this period-set episode on your local PBS station or streaming OR you can pay a lot to see it at the movies 4 days later. What would Sherlock do?
In today's good news, Cosby's about to be arrested for rape. So thank you Hannibel Buress! Also read how this makes us better than Britain.
Our favorite lady-convicts have a very special holiday message to share.
It's season finale time and Carrie finally sees the light, and it is literally a train coming at her in a tunnel, but then she sees another light and another and another. Saul makes a new friend. Allison has a bumpy ride. Dar fills Carrie in on Peter's lost years.
Netflix, home of Grace and Frankie, is adding more comedy gold with comediennes in their golden years. What oldie but goody performers will they be bringing to the small screen next?
Alex has four hours left before she's sent away to prison forever unless she personally stops the second bomb. Simon has his hand on the bomb's trigger, but does that make him guilty? Also a locker room scene with lovely ladies! Stay tuned.
In the season penultimate, the countdown has begun. Peter Quinn may have to make one more sacrifice. Allison is dumped by the Kremlin, but if she wants her alimony, she's got one more mission. Saul interrogates Marwan and it feels like deja vu all over again.
Alex gets the band back together, but trust is broken. Simon drops a bombshell, and we finally find out what he and Orin were planning.
The jihadis give Europe a 24-hour deadline before they launch a deadly attack. Is that enough time for Carrie to save the world? And is it already too late for Peter Quinn?
Trump is demanding 5 MILLION dollars just to show up at the next debate. But what if CNN decided to just Charlie Sheen him?
This week on Quantico, our past and future storylines share a common thread: Your most dangerous opponent may be wearing a badge.
Allison is on the run. It looks like Saul and Carrie are together again for real, and both are back in the CIA's good graces, but isn't anyone the least bit worried about Peter Quinn?
This week on Homeland, Peter's new friends aren't being very nice to him. Dar is angry for a change. Saul and Etai play chess, and Carrie and Allison meet for coffee.