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The cast of Julian Fellowes's period drama are back for a sixth and final series, which will air on ITV in September 2015. The series will pick up six months after the end of Series five, in 1925, and follow with the years 1926, and 1927. The final episode ends on Christmas day, 1927.
Alfonso Herrera lands lead role in FOX's Urban Cowboy
Mexican actor/singer Alfonso Herrera will take on the role played by John Travolta in the 1980 film of the same name. According to Deadline, he’ll play "an extremely popular rodeo circuit rider who is a puppet for the drug cartel, forced to flee Mexico after ticking off the wrong people. Now, with a price on his head, he and his sister make their way to Houston, given sanctuary by his Uncle Al, also an illegal immigrant who has made a life for himself in the United States."
The Bold and the Beautiful Alum Constantine Maroulis Charged with Domestic Violence
Maroulis, who played "Constantine" on B&B, allegedly kicked Angel Reed, his girlfriend and the mother of his 4-year-old daughter, in the groin after throwing her on the ground, according to TMZ. Police responded to a 911 call from Reed and arrested Maroulis at the scene. He was later released on bail.
Pretty Little Liars Actually Revealed A's Identity Two Years Ago
The episode, which aired on July 23, 2013, dealt with the fallout from the crash in the season three finale, with King explaining, "It's after the big fire at the lodge and they think they see Ali and someone flew in that plane—and now we know it was Sara Harvey—but we literally say in an episode that the plane was rented by Cece Drake."
Connie Britton’s favorite part of Amy Schumer’s Friday Night Lights sketch was the ever-expanding wine glass
Britton tells Seth Meyers she was "flattered and honored” by the tribute.
A Dexter musical is coming to New York City
As part of the FringeNYC Festival, "Dex! A Killer Musical" promises to tackle all eight seasons of the Showtime series.
Sesame Street to air on HBO before PBS as part of a deal to boost the number of episodes
For the next five years, the number of Sesame Street episodes will soar from 18 to 35 per year. The new episodes will be shown on HBO at first. After nine months, they’ll air on PBS. “Sesame Workshop’s new partnership does not change the fundamental role PBS and stations play in the lives of families,” says an HBO spokesperson.