Season 3 Details for ‘Downton Abbey’

The lovely stars of the addictive Emmy nominated PBS drama series, Downton Abbey appeared in a recent issue of Love Magazine.  The drama follows the Crawley family and their servants during the years leading up to and after World War I.  Michelle Dockery plays Lady Mary Crawley, Laura Carmichael is Lady Edith Crawley, Jessica Brown Findlay is Lady Sybil Crawley and Rob James-Collier is scheming Thomas Barrow.

Some details for season 3 were released during the Television Critics Association.  The new season will encompass two years at the start of 1920.

  • Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) confesses to his wife, Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham (Elizabeth McGovern) that almost all her fortune may be lost due to a bad investment.
  • All is not blissful for newly engaged couple, Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens) and Mary as an angry confrontation has Mary accusing Matthew of being disloyal to her family.
  • We will learn what happens to John Bates, Lord Gratham’s valet who was convicted of murdering his wife last season.
  • Shirley MacLaine will be joining the cast as Martha Levinson, mother of Lady Cora Grantham.  She will be going head-to-head with Maggie Smith’s scene stealing Dowager Countess of Grantham, Violet Crawley.
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