Downton fans can now watch the show around the clock.
The 24-7 channel has launched ahead of the second movie’s arrival on NBC’s streaming service Peacock in the US later this month.
Set in 1928, the hit sequel finds our beloved characters embarking on a lavish trip to the South of France where they must uncover the mystery of the Dowager Countess’ newly inherited villa.
The new Downton Abbey TV channel will be showing every episode of the series chronologically.
Peacock subscribers can already stream all six seasons of Downton, as well as the first movie from 2019, and the one-hour special The Manners of Downton Abbey.
Downton Abbey: A New Era will be making its streaming debut on Peacock on Friday 24th June.
Watch the trailer:
If you can’t wait that long, or if you’re not a Peacock subscriber, Downton Abbey: A New Era is already available to watch at home on demand.
Renting it on Amazon Prime Video allows you 30 days to start watching the movie and 48 hours to finish once you’ve started.
The DVD release for Downton Abbey: A New Era has also just been confirmed, with the movie arriving on disc in the US on Tuesday 5th July.
You can order the DVD on Amazon here!
Special bonus features on all formats will include an optional commentary from director Simon Curtis, as well as several featurettes: ‘Return to Downton Abbey: The Making Of A New Era‘, ‘Good To Be Back, A Legendary Character’, ‘Creating The Film… Within The Film’, ‘Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia’, and ‘Spill The Tea (Time)’.
Downton fans can also read A New Era: The Official Film Companion.
Out now, the lovely new book takes a look behind-the-scenes at the art and making of the movie.
The first Downton movie is also a bargain on DVD right now too.
Downton Abbey: A New Era is available on DVD on Amazon.