The British historical period drama television series Downton Abbey aired its first episode in September 2010 spanning across six seasons until 2015.
With six seasons and a movie in Downton Abbey’s kitty, the audiences still eagerly await for Julian Fellowes-owned Downton Abbey Season 7.
- First TV-series; then a movie
- Audiences can’t wait for Downton Abbey Season 7
- Downton Abbey Season 1-6 Explained
First TV-series then a movie
Epic-drama television series Downton Abbey bid adieu to its fan with its final episode in December 2015. Following a crazy uproar and high ratings, maker & co-writer Julian Fellowes adapted the series into a film called Downton Abbey: The Movie. The film turned out to be a super hit among its audiences just as the show. The audiences, especially the fans, widely loved and appreciated the film’s adaptation of the show.
Audiences can’t wait for Downton Abbey Season 7
The masterpiece classic anthology created by Julian Fellowes enjoys a mass fan-following so much so that it sparked the origin of a Downtown Abbey movie. The movie got released in September 2019, nearly four years after the last episode of the Downton Abbey aired. But what fans did expect and have not got yet is Downton Abbey Season 7.
Why the makers need to consider Downton Abbey sooner than before
Considering the economics, it is pretty simple; the show is such a rage that producing Downton Abbey Season 7 wouldn’t be a flop idea. Downton Abbey the movie has broken the record as Focus Features’ biggest film, previously held by Brokeback Mountain. It also went on to make more than $200 million world over.
The show during its run of six seasons did exceedingly well all across the globe. Following this, the makers of the show roped in the original star cast for the film.
Downton Abbey Season 1-6 Explained
The series is based out of a fictional Yorkshire Downton Abbey estate highlighting the events in history during the period of 1912 and 1926. It depicts the classic European-era aristocratic society; the most famous of which is the Crawley family.
The show follows the Crawley’s and the impact of the major events in World history that affects the family. As a result, we witness the collapse and the re-consolidation of the British hierarchy. Events illustrated in the show include the sinking of the Titanic, the onset of World War I and the outbreak of the Spanish influenza pandemic in season 1.
The show proceeds to depict the Marconi scandal in season 2; and the Irish War of Independence in the third series. So on and so forth; the show highlights the Teapot Dome scandal in Season 4; and the British General Elections of 1923.
The fifth series shows the failed coup of the Beer Hall Putsch. The final and the sixth season hints at the foreseeable decline of the British aristocracy and the rise of the working class.
With such an illustrious part of the History depicted in the big-scale show, fans can’t wait but ask for Downton Abbey Season 7.
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