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Series 6

43 :06x01 - Series 6, Episode 1

Sep/20/2015
It is 1925 and Robert anticipates that he might have to cut costs, and reduce the size of the staff. Mrs Hughes is feeling nervous about being embarrassed when performing her wifely duties if she marries Carson.
Guest Stars: Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Nichola Burley as Rita Bevan | Mark Morrell as Mr. Fairclough | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Sue Johnston as Miss Denker | Howard Ward as Sergeant Willis | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Adrian Lukis as Sir John Darnley | Rick Bacon (1) as Mr. Henderson | Nicholas Lumley as Auctioneer
Director: Minkie Spiro

44 :06x02 - Series 6, Episode 2

Sep/27/2015
The exchanges between Violet and Isobel over the hospital get worse. Cora sides with Isobel. Mary isn't happy with her father for offering Carson the servants' hall for his wedding reception, and offers upstairs instead. Mrs Hughes insists on a separate venue which causes some friction between the couple. Thomas starts to looks for a new job.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Martin Walsh as Mr. Finch | Patrick Brennan as Mr. Dawes | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Andrew Scarborough as Tim Drewe | Emma Lowndes as Mrs. Drewe | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Paul Putner as Mr. Skinner | Devon Black as Receptionist | Trevor Cooper as Mr. Glover | Richard Teverson as Dr. Ryder | Andrew Caley as Judge | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason
Director: Minkie Spiro

45 :06x03 - Series 6, Episode 3

Oct/04/2015
Violet attempts to get her son to support her view on the hospital merger and at a meeting of the Board things turn nasty. Edith has more arguments with the publisher of her magazine who walks out.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Sue Johnston as Miss Denker | Ronald Pickup as Sir Michael Reresby | Harry Hadden-Paton as Bertie Pelham | Paul Putner as Mr. Skinner | Victoria Emslie as Audrey | Howard Ward as Sergeant Willis | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Michael Cochrane as Reverend Travis | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Patrick Brennan as Mr. Dawes
Director: Philip John

46 :06x04 - Series 6, Episode 4

Oct/11/2015
Lady Shackleton pays a visit with her nephew Henry Talbot, an old friend of Mary's. Sergeant Willis wants Miss Baxter to testify against the man with whom she was involved when she stole from a previous employer. Daisy becomes upset after she finds out that Mr Mason is unlikely to get Yew Tree Farm, and she decides to confront Cora, but she has already persuaded Robert and Mary to let him have the farm.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Howard Ward as Sergeant Willis | Harriet Walter as Lady Shackleton | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Philip Battley as John Harding | Richard Teverson as Dr. Ryder | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason
Director: Philip John

47 :06x05 - Series 6, Episode 5

Oct/18/2015
Neville Chamberlain becomes drawn into Violet's plan to save the hospital which results in some distressing consequences for everybody. Andy finds an unexpected confidante whilst helping Mr Mason. Edith meets Bertie Pelham in London. Spratt ends up helping Denker.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Sue Johnston as Miss Denker | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Howard Ward as Sergeant Willis | Harry Hadden-Paton as Bertie Pelham | Sebastian Dunn as Charlie Rogers | Victoria Emslie as Audrey | Antonia Bernath as Laura Edmunds | Rupert Frazer as Neville Chamberlain
Director: Philip John

48 :06x06 - Series 6, Episode 6

Oct/25/2015
The house opened to the public to raise money for the hospital that causes tension amongst the family and the servants. Tension between Violet and Cora reaches boiling point as a decision is made about the hospital takeover. Carson is not happy with Thomas. Mary and Edith both hope to be able to overcome their past and find new happiness with the current men in their lives.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Patrick Brennan as Mr. Dawes | Brendan Patricks as Evelyn Napier | Charlotte Hamblin as Lady Anne Acland | Sebastian Dunn as Charlie Rogers | Harry Hadden-Paton as Bertie Pelham | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Phoebe Sparrow as Amelia Cruikshank | Ian Marr as Abbey Visitor | Milly Thomas as Abbey Visitor | Tom Morley as Abbey Visitor | Wendy Albiston as Abbey Visitor | David Keeling as Abbey Visitor | Noah Jupe as Child
Director: Michael Engler

49 :06x07 - Series 6, Episode 7

Nov/01/2015
Henry's friend Charlie is killed in a crash. Mary decides to end things with Henry. Daisy and Molesley take their exams and Molesley is later offered a teaching job at the local school. Mrs Hughes pretends to have hurt her hand and gets Mr Carson to do everything which he makes a complete mess of and he gains a new respect for his wife's efforts. Mrs Patmore's B&B opens with its first guests. Bertie asks Edith to Marry him.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Sebastian Dunn as Charlie Rogers | Christos Lawton as Billy | Phoebe Sparrow as Amelia Cruikshank | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Sue Johnston as Miss Denker | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Antonia Bernath as Laura Edmunds | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Harry Hadden-Paton as Bertie Pelham | Peter Hamilton Dyer as Racing Commentator | Patrick Brennan as Mr. Dawes | Hayley Jayne Standing as Lucy | Jake Rowley as Paparazzo
Director: David Evans (2)

50 :06x08 - Series 6, Episode 8

Nov/08/2015
A change of circumstance leaves Bertie Pelham in the spotlight and and Edith needs to decide whether to hide her past or confront the truth and risk losing everything. Mr Molesley embarks on a career in teaching. Mrs Patmore's bed and breakfast gets some unwanted attention. Mary and Henry are reunited and are married.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Howard Ward as Sergeant Willis | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Patrick Brennan as Mr. Dawes | Harry Hadden-Paton as Bertie Pelham | Jake Rowley as Paparazzo | Hayley Jayne Standing as Lucy | Erin Surtees as School Child | Lucas Culff as School Child | Phoebe Sparrow as Amelia Cruikshank | Antonia Bernath as Laura Edmunds | Victoria Emslie as Audrey | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | John Voce as Photographer | Harriet Walter as Lady Shackleton | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Michael Cochrane as Reverend Travis
Director: David Evans (2)

51 :06x09 - The Finale

Dec/25/2015
Mary attempts to build some bridges with her sister but Edith and her secret continues to be a problem. Henry gets used to being a husband, but Charlie's death is hard to get over. Carson finds it hard to keep up with the changes. Spratt feels threatened by Denker's interference. Isobel is given some devastating news. Robert finds out how valuable it is to be independent. The staff and servants get ready to see in 1926 in with a unforgettable New Year's Eve celebration.
Guest Stars: Michael Fox (1) as Andy | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Sue Johnston as Denker | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Patrick Brennan as Mr. Dawes | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Alastair Bruce as Brancaster Butler | Patricia Hodge as Mrs. Pelham | Phoebe Sparrow as Amelia Cruikshank | James Greene as Sir Mark Stiles | Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Charlie Anson as Larry Gray | Matt Barber (2) as Atticus Aldridge | Peter Egan as Shrimpie Flintshire | Paul Prescott as At the Hospital Meeting | Alice Shuttleworth as At the Hospital Meeting | Kyra Williams as At the Hospital Meeting | Antonia Bernath as Laura Edmunds | Michael Cochrane as Reverend Travis |
Uncredited: James Francis Andrews as Wedding Guest | Glyn Angell as Diner | Oliver Barker as George Crawley | Zac Barker as George Crawley | Alan Billingham as At the Hospital Meeting | Dilyana Bouklieva as | Nick Davison as Upper Class Wedding Guest | Fifi Hart as Sybbie Branson | Matt Jamie as Dinner Guest | Hilary Joyce as Diner | Hugh O'Brien (3) as Diner
Director: Michael Engler
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Family | History
Status: Ended
Network: itv ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 26, 2010
Ended: November 08, 2015
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