Monday, July 23, 2012

Is it January yet?

Because just looking at the new cast photo for Downton Abbey season three, I'm thinking it should be...






















You can read a few minor spoilers for the upcoming season here at the Masterpiece website. I also can't resist sharing this photo of Hugh Bonneville from the recent press tour. Needless to say, Lord Grantham, I couldn't agree more. :)

12 comments:

Joanne said...

So looking forward to another season!!

Rissi said...

*sigh*

I wish it were January - or in my case, February! My aunt was just asking the other day when the new season was coming and I was like, "not for a while."

On the upside, winter will be here before we know it. ;-)

Ruth said...

@Joanne - Oh me too! These next few months will be maddening as more and more spoilers start to hit the internet!

@Rissi - I hope so -- I am so tired if this unbearably hot weather!

Kristin said...

Goodness...the famous cast photo gets more crowded with each new season. They'll have to kill of a couple of characters this time around to make room for new ones in season 4. :)

Don't want to give away any of the minor spoilers from the PBS website, but don't tell me we're going to get *another* vicious villain. I don't think I can take it. :)

~Kristin

Ruth said...

@Kristin - I know what you mean! And regarding possible new baddies...well Fellowes is keeping it fresh, hmm? ;)

Michelle said...

I cannot wait! I'll probably see if I can stream the episodes when they are in the UK though.

Tasha B. said...

lol Too bad they didn't have t-shirts in the Edwardian era. ;)

Heather said...

Oooh, I cant wait! I am so looking forward to now they do the 1920s. Interesting to see Lady Sybil and Lady Mary in their more flapperish looks. I cant wait!!! Have I already said that?! lol

Ruth said...

@Michelle - I'm going to try to hold out (again). We'll see how that goes lol! ;)

@Tasha B. - Maybe the Earl will have a sign painted a picket the prison? :P

@Heather - I'm really excited about the 1920s-era costuming as well -- such a fabulous era for fashion! :)

Lori said...

That picture is priceless! Did I also mention that Hugh Bonneville guests in Rev. too?? He's quite funny. I also saw a picture from some kind of 'free Bates' march on Brendan Coyle's twitter page. He retweeted it so I can't remember if there was any note about where it came from originally.

Charity said...

If you haven't already, visit downtonline.com -- there's already some hints, snippets, and a snarky early review of the first episode up.

Ruth said...

@Lori - No, that's awesome! One more reason to check out that show. :)

@Charity - Thanks for the heads up, I really enjoyed reading that "first review"!