Critic Consensus: With its excellent cast and resplendent period trappings, Downton Abbey continues to weave a bewitching, ingratiating spell.
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Season 2 of the costume drama opens during World War I with Matthew (Dan Stevens) and Thomas (Rob James-Collier) stuck in the trenches in France; and Sir Robert (Hugh Bonneville) and William (Thomas Howe) longing to join the action, though only William eventually does?but not before asking Daisy (Sophie McShera) to marry him. The war theme continues through the season, as Isobel (Penelope Wilton) convinces the family to turn the estate into a convalescent center for wounded soldiers . T he… More
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Downton Abbey looks for all the world as though it's steaming steadily toward happy or at least contented endings for one and all. So be it -- and so it should be.
The series seamlessly moves between the horrors of war and the gentility of life in the show's titular 100-room manor.
Those Downton fans who waited impatiently for season two will be more than amply rewarded.
For those of us who hungered for a year to witness these new chapters, the appetite is insatiable
The first two or three episodes of the new season are magnificent and even better than all of the first year of the Emmy-winning show
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