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Season 44

1256 :44x01 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 1)

Jan/05/2014
Masterpiece Classic

Six months have passed since Matthew's untimely death and Mary is still grief-stricken. While family and servants try to help her cope, Branson and Carson encounter figures from their past, and Edith's romance takes a new course. The estate is struggling with financial woes as well, causing sparks to fly. Additionally, the departure of a long-time staff member causes no tears, but does create opportunity for new faces, drama, and alliances below stairs.

Premiered in UK as Series 4: Episodes 1 and 2
Starring Roles: Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley (Earl of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore | Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason | Phyllis Logan as Elsie Hughes | Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Jim Carter as Charles Carson | Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley (Countess of Grantham) |
Guest Stars: Tristan Beint as Waiter | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Harriet Walter as Lady Shackleton | Nigel Betts as Farmer | Alex Carter (2) as Waiter | Charles Edwards as Michael Gregson | Nicky Henson as Charles Grigg | MyAnna Buring as Edna | Helen Sheals as Postmistress | Bernard Gallagher as Bill Molesley | Di Botcher as Nanny West | Ed Speleers as James Kent | Matt Milne as Alfred Nugent
Director: David Evans (2)

1257 :44x02 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 2)

Jan/12/2014
Masterpiece Classic

New friendships are forming as fates converge at a lavish house party featuring a performance by a famous guest. Party developments soon serve to stress Mrs. Patmore, trouble Branson, and endanger Anna.

Premiered in UK as Series 4: Episode 3
Starring Roles: Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Phyllis Logan as Elsie Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason | Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates | Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Jim Carter as Charles Carson | Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley (Earl of Grantham) |
Guest Stars: Charles Edwards as Michael Gregson | Joanna David as Duchess of Yeovil | MyAnna Buring as Edna | Kiri Te Kanawa as Dame Nellie Melba | Andrew Alexander (1) as Sir John Bullock | Nigel Harman as Green | Patrick Kennedy as Terence Sampson | Tommy Cullen as Anthony Gillingham | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Ed Speleers as James Kent | David Robb as Dr. Clarkson | Matt Milne as Alfred Nugent

1258 :44x03 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 3)

Jan/19/2014
Masterpiece Classic

Emotions are high following the event-filled party at Downton Abbey and Mary, Edith, Tom, and Anna each find themselves in difficult situations. Carson shares some intimate details about his former life, and things are heating up for Ivy and Alfred. Meanwhile, Rose's trip to London creates a stir, and the Crawley family reputation could be at stake.

Premiered in UK as Series 4: Episode 4
Starring Roles: Phyllis Logan as Elsie Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason | Matt Milne as Alfred Nugent | Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley (Earl of Grantham) | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Jim Carter as Charles Carson | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates |
Guest Stars: Andrew Alexander (1) as Sir John Bullock | Gary Carr as Jack Ross | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Caroline O'Neill as Mrs Pegg | MyAnna Buring as Edna | Tommy Cullen as Anthony Gillingham | Joanna David as Duchess of Yeovil | Patrick Kennedy as Terence Sampson | Charles Edwards as Michael Gregson | Nigel Harman as Green | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Ed Speleers as James Kent | David Robb as Dr. Clarkson

1259 :44x04 - Sherlock III: The Empty Hearse

Jan/19/2014
Masterpiece Mystery

Two years after the devastating events of "The Reichenbach Fall", John appears to get on with his life. But, with London under threat of a devastating terrorist attack, Sherlock is about to take John at his word, staging his resurrection.
Starring Roles: Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson | Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes |
Guest Stars: Rick Warden as Bonfire Dad | Jim Conway (2) as Reporter | Nicole Arumugam as Reporter | David Gant as Mr. Szikora | Robin Sebastian as Mr. Harcourt | Ed Birch as Tom | Lisa McAllister as Anthea | Derren Brown as Derren | Tomi May as Torturer | Sharon Rooney as Laura | Una Stubbs as Mrs. Hudson | Rupert Graves as DI Lestrade | Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes | Andrew Scott as Jim Moriarty | Louise Brealey as Molly Hooper | Amanda Abbington as Mary Morstan | Jonathan Aris as Anderson | David Fynn as Howard Shilcott
Director: Jeremy Lovering

1260 :44x05 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 4)

Jan/26/2014
Masterpiece Classic

Change is in the air as an exciting opportunity for Alfred creates tension between Ivy and Daisy. Isobel appeals to Violet's charitable nature, but it does not come without a fight, and Branson considers a new future for himself and baby Sybbie.

Originally aired in the UK as Series 4, Episode 5
Starring Roles: Phyllis Logan as Elsie Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason | Matt Milne as Alfred Nugent | Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Jim Carter as Charles Carson | Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley (Earl of Grantham) | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates |
Guest Stars: Brendan Patricks as Evelyn Napier | Yves Aubert as Arsene Avignon | Andrew Scarborough as Tim Drewe | Raquel Cassidy as Baxter | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Ed Speleers as James Kent | David Robb as Dr. Clarkson
Director: Philip John

1261 :44x06 - Sherlock III: The Sign of Three

Jan/26/2014
Masterpiece Mystery

Sherlock faces the biggest challenge of his life - delivering a best man's speech on John's wedding day. Sherlock ends up leaving the wedding early, and John may live to regret offering the role to a man who didn’t realize he was John’s best friend. Perhaps even more importantly, one of the guests at John’s wedding to Mary Morstan may not live to see the end of the day. it's too bad that that Sherlock is unable to focus his tremendous powers of deduction on the murder that’s hatching right under his nose, but then the responsibilities of a best man are more diabolically exhausting than preventing a very clever killing.
Starring Roles: Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson | Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes |
Guest Stars: Adam Greaves Neal as Page Boy | Helen Bradbury as Mum | Alfred Enoch as Bainbridge | Tim Chipping as Duty Sergeant | Will Keen as Major Reed | Ritu Arya as Gail | Georgina Rich as Charlotte | Wendy Wason as Robyn | Debbie Chazen as Vicky | Nicholas Asbury as Landlord | Jalaal Hartley as Photographer | Ed Birch as Tom | Oliver Lansley as David | Una Stubbs as Mrs. Hudson | Rupert Graves as DI Lestrade | Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes | Louise Brealey as Molly Hooper | Amanda Abbington as Mary Morstan | Vinette Robinson as Sgt. Sally Donovan | Lara Pulver as Irene Adler | Alistair Petrie as James Sholto | Alice Lowe as Tessa | Yasmine Akram as Janine
Director: Colm McCarthy

1262 :44x07 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 5)

Feb/02/2014
Masterpiece Classic

A birthday party is planned for Robert, but Rose's surprise contribution to the event ruffles feathers above and below stairs. A new farming venture on the Downton estate comes with dramatic repercussions for Mary, and Edith receives more unwelcome news.

Originally aired in the UK as Series 4, Episode 6
Starring Roles: Phyllis Logan as Elsie Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason | Matt Milne as Alfred Nugent | Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley (Earl of Grantham) | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Jim Carter as Charles Carson | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates |
Guest Stars: Gary Carr as Jack Ross | Brendan Patricks as Evelyn Napier | Julian Ovenden as Charles Blake | Simon Lowe as Maître d' | Jeremy Swift as Spratt | Raquel Cassidy as Baxter | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Ed Speleers as Jimmy Kent | David Robb as Dr. Clarkson
Director: Philip John

1263 :44x08 - Sherlock III: His Last Vow

Feb/02/2014
Masterpiece Mystery

Since Sherlock’s return, it seems that no one great criminal has stepped up to challenge him. But things aren't quite as tranquil as they seem, for there is actually an evil mastermind at work deep beneath the surface. Newspaper magnate, Charles Augustus Magnusson, is just a businessman, yet somehow he seems to control the most powerful people in the western world. Now, Sherlock and John Watson find themselves squaring off with this repulsive and very evasive man...and suddenly, everything in Sherlock’s world is in jeopardy.
Starring Roles: Una Stubbs as Mrs. Hudson | Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson | Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes |
Guest Stars: Glen Davies as Chauffeur | Brigid Zengeni as Kate Whitney | Matthew Wilson (3) as Security Man | David Newman (1) as Medic | Simon Kunz as Sir Edwin | Katherine Jakeways as Benji | Will Ashcroft as Club Waiter | Ged Forrest as Security Guard | Jamie Jarvis as Surgeon | Lars Mikkelsen as Charles Magnussen | Tim Wallers as John Garvie | Calvin Demba as Isaac Whitney | Timothy Carlton as Dad | Rupert Graves as DI Lestrade | Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes | Andrew Scott as Jim Moriarty | Louise Brealey as Molly Hooper | Amanda Abbington as Mary Morstan | Jonathan Aris as Anderson | Lindsay Duncan as Lady Smallwood | Yasmine Akram as Janine | Tom Brooke as Bill Wiggins | Wanda Ventham as Mum
Director: Nick Hurran

1264 :44x09 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 6)

Feb/09/2014
Masterpiece Classic

Cora's playboy brother has got himself into a spot of trouble and Robert has to make a trip to America to bail him out. Blake and Mary are forced to put aside their differences to deal with a new farming venture on the estate. When Violet is taken ill, help comes from an unlikely source. In spite of Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Patmore and Carson's attempts to keep the peace, romantic tensions below stairs cause problems.

Originally aired in the UK as Series 4, Episode 7

Starring Roles: Phyllis Logan as Mrs. Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy | Matt Milne as Alfred | Lesley Nicol as Mrs. Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley (Earl of Grantham) | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Jim Carter as Mr. Carson | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Kevin Doyle as Molesley | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates |
Guest Stars: Daisy Lewis as Sarah Bunting | Stephen Critchlow as John Ward (MP) | Issy Van Randwyck as Nurse | David Acton as Doctor | Nigel Harman as Green | Tommy Cullen as Anthony Gillingham | Gary Carr as Jack Ross | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | David Robb as Dr. Clarkson | Ed Speleers as Jimmy Kent | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Raquel Cassidy as Baxter | Julian Ovenden as Charles Blake | Brendan Patricks as Evelyn Napier
Director: Edward Hall

1265 :44x10 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 7)

Feb/16/2014
Masterpiece Classic

Rosamund comes up with a plan to help Edith deal with her problem, but Violet may be about to see right through it. Isobel is the object of someone's attention, while Mary asks Gillingham for a favor. Rose is frustrated when things do not go her way and Alfred realizes too late that he may have made a mistake. Just as Bates and Anna seem to be getting over the worst, some unexpected news shakes her up.

Originally aired in the UK as Series 4, Episode 8
Starring Roles: Phyllis Logan as Mrs. Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy | Matt Milne as Alfred | Lesley Nicol as Mrs. Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Hugh Bonneville as Robert (Earl of Grantham) | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Jim Carter as Mr. Carson | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Kevin Doyle as Molesley | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates |
Guest Stars: Paul Copley as Mr. Mason | Nigel Harman as Green | Tommy Cullen as Anthony Gillingham | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Daisy Lewis as Sarah Bunting | Gary Carr as Jack Ross | Julian Ovenden as Charles Blake | Brendan Patricks as Evelyn Napier | Raquel Cassidy as Baxter | Andrew Scarborough as Tim Drewe | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Ed Speleers as Jimmy Kent | David Robb as Dr. Clarkson
Director: Edward Hall

1266 :44x11 - Downton Abbey IV: (Episode 8)

Feb/23/2014
Masterpiece Classic

It is summer and debutante Rose is to be presented at Buckingham Palace. The family is at Grantham House, their London home, preparing for the busy social program. Never one to miss out on such a grand occasion, Martha Levinson sails in from New York with Cora's recently disgraced brother Harold in tow. Both outspoken and larger-than-life, they create quite an impression among certain members of London's high society. When the Crawleys are implicated in a scandal that threatens to engulf the monarchy, Robert goes to great lengths to protect the royal family, as well as his own.

Originally aired in the UK as Series 4, Christmas Special (2013)
Starring Roles: Allen Leech as Tom Branson | Phyllis Logan as Mrs. Hughes | Elizabeth McGovern as Cora (Countess of Grantham) | Sophie McShera as Daisy | Matt Milne as Alfred | Lesley Nicol as Mrs. Patmore | Maggie Smith as Violet (Dowager Countess of Grantham) | Rob James Collier as Thomas Barrow | Lily James as Lady Rose MacClare | Hugh Bonneville as Robert (Earl of Grantham) | Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley | Jim Carter as Mr. Carson | Brendan Coyle as John Bates | Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley | Kevin Doyle as Molesley | Joanne Frogatt as Anna Bates |
Guest Stars: Raquel Cassidy as Baxter | Tommy Cullen as Anthony Gillingham | Daisy Lewis as Sarah Bunting | Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick | Patrick Kennedy as Terence Sampson | Alastair Bruce as Lord Chamberlain | Guy Williams (2) as King George V | Pete Lee-Wilson (1) as Porter | Andrew Scarborough as Tim Drewe | Michael Benz as Ethan Slade | Julian Ovenden as Charles Blake | Janet Montgomery as Freda Dudley Ward | Ed Speleers as Jimmy Kent | Cara Theobold as Ivy Stuart | Penelope Wilton as Isobel Crawley | Shirley MacLaine as Martha Levinson | Paul Giamatti as Harold Levinson | Douglas Reith as Lord Merton | Poppy Drayton as Madeleine Allsopp | James Fox as Lord Aysgarth | Oliver Dimsdale as Prince of Wales
Director: Jon East

1267 :44x12 - Mr. Selfridge II: (Episode 1)

Mar/30/2014
Masterpiece Classic

It's 1914, and Selfridge & Company are celebrating their 5th anniversary. There is still a great rift between Harry and Rose, made worse by the presence of Delphine Day. Their son, Gordon, also adds to the tension with his desire to leave school and work in the store. Agnes Towler returns from Paris and takes over as head of departmental displays; and mysterious events unfold after Lady Mae's husband unexpectedly arrives in London. Soon, there are rumors of impending war, and the staff are worried Selfridge will return to America if war breaks out. In attempts to reassure the staff, Selfridge organizes a special Empire Exhibition and a staff party. Hoping for reconciliation, Rose makes arrangements for the party to be held at Delphine's club, creating much anxiety for Selfridge.

Originally aired in the UK as Series II, Episodes 1 & 2
Starring Roles: Ron Cook as Mr. Crabb | Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle | Grégory Fitoussi as Henri Leclair | Aisling Loftus as Agnes Towler | Polly Walker as Delphine Day | Frances O'Connor as Rose Selfridge | Jeremy Piven as Harry Gordon Selfridge |
Guest Stars: Gina Bramhill as Susie Spender | Samuel West as Frank Edwards | Greg Austin as Gordon Selfridge | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Vincenzo Nicoli as Uncle Gio | Crystal Leaity as Gabriella | Victor Gardener as Jim | Raymond Coulthard as Lord Edgerton | Iain McKee as Arnold Huxton | Lauren Crace as Doris | Amir Giles as Señor Gomerez | Tara Pilbrow as Tango Dancer | Aidan McArdle as Lord Loxley | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Katherine Kelly as Lady Mae | Tom Goodman-Hill as Mr. Grove | Amy Beth Hayes as Miss Hawkins | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Amy Morgan as Grace | Max Gell as Journalist | Trystan Gravelle as Victor Colleano | Sean Teale as Franco | Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Cal Macaninch as Mr. Thackeray | Jonathan Howard (1) as Ed | Daniel Kendrick as Dave
Director: Anthony Byrne

1268 :44x13 - Mr. Selfridge II: (Episode 2)

Apr/06/2014
Masterpiece Classic

It's Empire Week at Selfridges, which symbolizes all that Britain has to fight for. Tasked with creating displays that evoke every corner of the realm, Agnes must work some long hours. She soon feels overwhelmed but gets some unexpected help. Meanwhile, Harry gets an impromptu visit from Lord Loxley, who is suspiciously civil and offers to line up a celebrity guest for the celebration. But he wants advice from Harry in return. Mr. Grove finds his job in jeopardy and Mr. Crabb calls on American know-how to assist. Frank has a date with Kitty...Miss Mardle makes a startling revelation...and all await Mr. Churchill’s arrival at the store.

Originally aired in the UK as Series II, Episodes 3
Starring Roles: Amanda Abbington as Miss Mardle | Aisling Loftus as Agnes Towler | Frances O'Connor as Rose Selfridge | Jeremy Piven as Harry Selfridge |
Guest Stars: Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Cal Macaninch as Mr. Thackeray | Tom Goodman-Hill as Mr. Grove | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Grégory Fitoussi as Henri Leclair | Jack Fox as Jeremy | Vincenzo Nicoli as Uncle Gio | Crystal Leaity as Gabriella | Samuel West as Frank Edwards | Polly Walker as Delphine Day | Victor Gardener as Jim | Greg Austin as Gordon Selfridge | Jonathan Howard (1) as Ed | Amy Morgan as Grace | Sean Teale as Franco | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Amy Beth Hayes as Miss Hawkins | Ron Cook as Mr. Crabb | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Aidan McArdle as Lord Loxley | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Katherine Kelly as Lady Mae | Daniel Kendrick as Dave | Trystan Gravelle as Victor Colleano
Director: Rob Evans

1269 :44x14 - Mr. Selfridge II: (Episode 3)

Apr/13/2014
Masterpiece Classic

Agnes is working through the night getting ready for the Empire Exhibition that Harry is rolling out across the store. Mr Crabb attempts to cover for Mr Grove after Harry thinks that he’s late for work again. Harry receives a visit from Henri and takes the opportunity to apologize asks him to return to work. Gordon is fed up with the frostiness between his parents. Miss Mardle asks Grove to meet her at her new address and he finds out that she has inherited a beautiful London home and income from her brother. Lady Mae manages to find out that truth about Loxley’s finances and discovers that he has gambling debts and is rumored to be all washed up.

Originally aired in the UK as Series II, Episodes 4

1270 :44x15 - Mr. Selfridge II: (Episode 4)

Apr/20/2014
Masterpiece Classic

The war effort has seen many young Englishmen enlist and Harry’s son, Gordon, is determined to join his fellow young countrymen. However, being only fifteen, he is assigned to man the tea counter at the store instead. Harry, also desiring to do his part, seeks a spot on the government’s military procurement committee. This leads to a high-stakes poker game, pitting the canny American against none other than Lord Loxley, who intends to give the "Yank" the trouncing of his life. Meanwhile, Miss Mardle has invited Agnes to share her new home and welcomes a Belgian refugee as well. Mr. Thackeray, head of fashion, gives himself a special war assignment ... get to the bottom of Henri’s suspicious behavior.

Originally aired in the UK as Series II, Episodes 5

1271 :44x16 - Mr. Selfridge II: (Episode 5)

Apr/27/2014
Agnes is now living in Miss Mardle’s house and she receives a letter from George from the front telling her all is well. Miss Mardle is surprised to find an extremely handsome male refugee named Florian as her other new lodger. Henri is feeling frustrated and he receives a mysterious telephone call from Webb who still has no results or new information for him.
Classification: Scripted
Genre: | Drama
Status: Returning Series
Network: PBS ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 10, 1971
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