Downton Abbey: Season 6 – The Final Season – Blu-ray Edition

Downton Abbey has been a huge hit since its first episodes. There is something about the British series that centers on the lives of rich folk and their servants that has captured the attention of the television watching population. So much so that it has gone on over its six seasons to become the most popular series ever for PBS. For six seasons it has owned Sunday nights. It was recently announced that season six would be the series last, so enjoy every last moment as the end is drawing nigh.


The large ensemble cast has been phenomenal throughout its run with each of them breathing plenty of life into their characters no matter how much screen time they get. A strong point of the final season is that all the main characters have a good amount of screen time so you get a sense of how their stories end. You know a series is good by the fact that when each episode ends you sit there for a few minutes wishing there was more.


The year is 1925 and the house is undergoing big changes for the family and its servant staff.  The post and pre-war world is undergoing rapid changes and no matter your social class you have to have to wits about you to adapt. These changes, social and other, put some of the people surrounding the Crawley family in precarious positions. Romance, tragedy, joy, sorrow, blackmail and suspense ensue.


downton abbey season 6If you have watched the series from the beginning, which millions have, then you’ll want to find out what happens to the Crawley family in this the last season.


Special Features:

—–CARS OF DOWNTON ABBEY – This is mainly about the race cars shown at the track. A sort of “making of” for that scene. The cars are so rare and expensive that their true owners had to drive them.

—–FAREWELL TO HIGHCLERE – Actors’ and producers’ impressions of filming at the site. A little about Highclere itself. Very brief.

—–CHANGING TIMES – An explanation of how that era was ending. What these changes meant to everyone. The future of great houses surviving as tourist attractions.



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