Downton Abbey confirmed for sixth series

by | Nov 6, 2014 | All, TV News

ITV has commissioned a sixth series of Downton Abbey. Series five, which comes to an end on Sunday 9th November, has been watched by an average of 10.4 million based on consolidated data per episode and will return at Christmas for a festive edition of the drama.

Carnival’s Managing Director, Gareth Neame said: “We have had an amazing reaction to the story lines, acting and production values of Downton Abbey this year and the whole team is thrilled to be moving ahead with a new season of the show.  This will provide audiences with a fresh opportunity to see what will befall our much loved characters.”

 ITV’s Director of Drama Commissioning, Steve November said, “It is fantastic that Downton continues to be such a phenomenon – still the most popular drama on ITV in its fifth series – and we are thrilled to have commissioned a sixth series. We don’t know yet what Julian has planned, but we are looking forward to working with him, the fantastic cast and Carnival again and have no doubt series six will be unmissable.”


Downton Abbey series five concludes on Sunday at 9.00pm on ITV.

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