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Thread: Downton Abbey- The Movie

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    Downton Abbey- The Movie

    Omg I can't wait!! It's coming out September 20.

    I absolutely loved that series. Have already watched it twice.

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    I too am excited about the movie coming out! As far as the series I have watched it way more than twice (I humbly admit). The series is great for binge watching.

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    I loved everything about the series but especially the relationships among the staff. What a series! Oh I'll be watching it again for sure, Juliasb

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    I can't wait either. On anther positive note....Poldark starts it's final season on the 29th here in the States.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk View Post
    I can't wait either. On anther positive note....Poldark starts it's final season on the 29th here in the States.
    I haven't heard of this one. Is it on Netflix or Prime? Looked it up and it sounds good.

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    I believe Poldark is on PBS.

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    It took me the longest time to get on the DA train. But then I watched one show and was hooked! Then I binge watched them, some episodes multiple times. I’m looking forward to the movie, but I’ll wait until it comes on our premium channels.
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    I don't go to the movies much but we're going to go for this one.

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    Our local library (very small town) is having a Downton Abbey English tea/ trivia night in honor of the movie.

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    DH wanted to go to the new Quentin Tarantino movie (violent), and I said I would go along. In exchange, he promised to go to the Downton Abbey movie. Fair is fair!

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    Going with another avid friend. We have advanced tickets for the 23rd. I can’t wait!
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    I also have all the seasons of DVDs and can't wait for it to show up. I'm sure to pick up the DVD when it comes out too. Like the fact that all the regulars or at least most of them will be playing their same parts.
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    I bought the DVD's as well. I just had to own that series!

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    NBC has a program the 19th, hosted by Dereck Hough ftom dancing with the stars, etc.
    https://www.broadcastingcable.com/ne...l-september-19

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    I haven't heard of this one. Is it on Netflix or Prime? Looked it up and it sounds good.
    PBS check your local PBS channel.
    Everyone is born right handed, only the gifted overcome it.
    I have already committed my felonies, so people don't have to worry. (Russell Means)
    I swear to you, I am guilty of only being Indian. That's why I am here. (Leonard Peltier)
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    I can't wait either! We didn't start watching DA until I had my first knee replacement and DH got the DVD's and we binged watched and were totally hooked.

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    I love Downton Abbey, too. I'll probably be watching the movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprice View Post
    I believe Poldark is on PBS.
    Poldark is on my local PBS station
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    Robin Ellis played the part of Poldark in the first 1975. production he was the judge in this latest version, I have Poldark on DVD with the 1975, think I will get this new one too. I have all DA and as soon as the movie comes out on DVD you can bet I will be ordering my copy, I binge watch it at least once a year, some times more. Have to see Ballykissangle and Monarch of the glen every year too just too good not to watch them again and again.
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    Chasing Hawk, I have all the Poldark seasons on DVD too including the original one from back in the 70's. My sister likes that one best. Been trying to collect the books for Poldark but that's been more iffy than I want to explain. But good to know about Poldark, will have to start checking it on the TV guide but think I have my Tivo set to record any new ones anyway.
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    I'm looking forward to seeing the movie! We have all the DVD's, and binge watch them a few times a year.
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    Going to see it at the cinema next Wednesday!

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    I must be unique as I am not a Downton Abbey fan. I watched the first episode but put it off about half way through, even though I like many of the actors in it. I don’t watch Poldark either because I missed the first series and just couldn’t pick the story up when the second series started.
    I do like ‘Call the Midwife’ though, especially as the events happen in my lifetime.

    It’s good to know that so many of you enjoy UK TV!

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    we love Call the Midwife at our house too--have watched all seasons!

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    We have tickets to an advance showing of Downton Abbey tomorrow evening, can't wait. Also a huge fan of "Call the Midwife".

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