Downton Abbey: A New Era is currently available for audiences to bring home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. In addition to owning the film, it is currently streaming on Peacock. Downton Abbey: A New Era takes audiences to a new era as the adventure continues following six seasons and a movie. It would not be a Downton Abbey film without adding some twists and turns along the way. However, I will not…"Downton Abbey: A New Era Arrives on Home Video"
Downton Abbey: A New Era takes audiences to a new era as the adventure continues following six seasons and a movie. It would not be a Downton Abbey film without adding some twists and turns along the way. However, I will not be spoiling the particulars in question. Longtime fans will be at an advantage but if you’ve only seen the previous film, I think you’ll do just fine. It helps if you watch the…"Downton Abbey: A New Era Is A New Era, Indeed"
Operation Mincemeat has the pedigree to draw viewer interest in this stranger-than-fiction true story of World War II events in 1943. I should warn you first and foremost that if subtitles are not your thing, this film will not be for you. While much of it is in English, there are a number of scenes that have subtitles on screen. The gist of the film is that the Allies are trying to put a stop…"Operation Mincemeat Is Stranger-Than-Fiction"
Downton Abbey brings back many familiar faces while also having to serve as an effective conclusion to the six-season series. What brings everyone back for maybe the final time is the arrival of King George V (Simon Jones) and Queen Mary (Geraldine James). As one could probably imagine, this comes with some stress for the Crawley family. It brings on some added stress for the staff because they find themselves being pushed aside because of…"Downton Abbey: The End of the Road"
Based on an inspiring true story of a woman who rescued an elephant from the Belfast Zoo, Zoo showcases bravery in Belfast 1941. Tom Hall (Art Parkinson) has to step it up when his zookeeper father, George Hall (O’Hare) decides to enlist in World War 2. Tom is only twelve-years-old so this is asking a lot of him. It’s just Tom and his mother, Emily Hall (Amy Huberman) with George now overseas. Emily works as…"Colin McIvor’s Zoo: Bravery On Display"