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For now, Season 5 is proof that Downton Abbey remains in possession of a strong pulse and story lines. It minds its manners -- and its stately manors -- while keeping its characters vital and vulnerable.
This is a season heavily interested in the choices - particularly the love lives and sex lives - of women of all ages and classes.
Downton has entered the sweetspot phase of its life span, whatever that will ultimately be: A place of creative equipoise, where characters can and will be taken to a place of Fellowes' choosing, and fans will happily follow.
Maggie Smith rules the fifth season of Downton Abbey, PBS' lavish and still-delectable serial.
All's right with Downton Abbey, and for eight weeks at least, right for us.
I'm here to tell you you're in for a devil of a good old time, because bad new times await the Crawley clan.
It seems like the series is ready to reinvent itself. Perhaps not too much but enough to keep viewers tuning in.
This was a strong premiere for Downton Abbey. Change was the tone and the storylines felt new and fresh.
Lord Grantham has never been so one-dimensional in his blustery upper crust outbursts. And his mother's catty commentary is by now rote and expected.
I'm sorry, but I cannot feel good about watching a drama that celebrates - yes, celebrates - one class of people oppressing another.
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