Elizabeth McGovern, Patrick Fugit, Chris Parnell, Bryan Burton, and Charlotte Best are starring in Kenny Riches’ just-wrapped drama “A Name Without a Place," Variety has learned exclusively…
“Downton Abbey” star Elizabeth McGovern is re-teaming with series creator Julian Fellowes on the period drama “The Chaperone” — PBS and Masterpiece’s first feature film. Arclight Films is financing…
After six seasons on “Downton Abbey,” Elizabeth McGovern will head back to Broadway in “Time and the Conways,” a revival of the 1937 J.B. Priestley play to be produced by Roundabout Theater Company…
A Greek holiday home becomes a symbol of a diplomatic powerplay in Alexi Kaye Campbell's two-act time-hop, "Sunset at the Villa Thalia," at the National Theater. The playwright of transatlantic…
How one man's predictions in 10 major Emmy categories fared.
In a year of Emmy nominations that — outside of the Netflix infusion — were fairly lacking in revolutionary selections, a great deal of high-caliber talent was left out of the fun.
Turnover in the category is a definite possibility, but so is the status quo.
LONDON — The Americans are coming. Paul Giamatti is set to join the cast of hit Brit show "Downton Abbey" in the upcoming fourth series of the program, according to a report on TVLine on Monday. He…
PBS also announced that it had acquired the third season of BBC Worldwide's "Call the Midwife," as well as the first season of British drama "Last Tango in Halifax," starring Derek Jacobi.
Engrossing from its first frames, the new season probably marks a slight uptick in quality.
The wedding-day waffling of a '30s-era Brit femme yields predictable comedy and melodrama in "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding."