Anticipating The New Downton Abbey
December 23, 2011 Leave a Comment
We are now just a short wait away from the premiere of the brand new second season of Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey. The first episode airs at 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8 on Wisconsin Public Television. If you’re a big fan of the show, you can re-watch the entire first season online in the WPT Video Player. That is also a great opportunity for anyone who is wondering what all the excitement is about.
As the buzz has continued to build, our friends at PBS have gone above and beyond to offer exclusive interviews with cast members, behind-the-scenes access to special premiere events and engaging season previews.
I’ve collected the best of those below as a one-stop portal to Downton Abbey season two anticipation. Please share your thoughts on Downton Abbey, favorite characters and what you’d like to see in season two in the comments below.
And, as an added bonus, visit the PBS Facebook page and watch the first ten minutes of the first episode before anyone else!
Watch Downton Abbey I Wonder Preview on PBS. See more from Masterpiece.
“With or Without You”
Watch Downton Abbey Season 2 With or Without You Preview on PBS. See more from Masterpiece.
Exclusive Cast Interviews
Season overview and looking toward season two
Watch Exclusive: Downton Abbey Cast Interview on PBS. See more from Masterpiece.
Show Creator Jullian Fellowes
Watch Downton Abbey: Creator Julian Fellowes Interview, Part 2 on PBS. See more from Masterpiece.
“10 Free Minutes”
Watch Downton Abbey, Season 2: 10 Free Minutes on PBS. See more from Masterpiece.
Behind the Scenes Access
The cast visits New York for a gala premiere
Watch Downton Abbey: Behind-the-Scenes with the Cast in New York on PBS. See more from Masterpiece.
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1 thought on “Anticipating The New Downton Abbey”
I am thoroughly delighted with DA. If only there were more of these dramas to carry us off. Wonderful job PBS bringing this to us.