Celebrate the beloved British series.
Since its premiere in the U.K. in 2010, Downton Abbey has given viewers all over the world a superbly detailed look at a world that no longer exists. Beginning on the day the Titanic sank and moving through World War 1 and the massive political changes that followed, Downton Abbey is more than a drama focusing on the owners and employees of a stately home: It is a window through which we can see a glimpse of early-20th-century life, from the novelty of the first electric toaster to the antiquated social rules that govern the characters. With the saga coming to a close after this year's Downton Abbey film, Newsweek has gone back through the past nine years to compile everything a fan could want to know and everything an expert should remember about the Crawleys and their estate, from a complete episode guide to a close look at the lavish filming locations and much more.
In this Special Edition, you'll find:
- The Complete Episode Guide: All six seasons revisited
- Downton on the Silver Screen: Your exclusive first look at the upcoming film
- Downton on Location: Some of the most stunning settings from the show and film
- And much more!