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Downton Abbey season 4
Posted: January 21, 2014
by Name Withheld
I agree wholeheartedly with those viewers who are upset with the last episode of rape, etc. First of all this episode was written in such a fashion that it did not AT ALL reflect the manner in which Anna has always put herself forward. In a small way, perhaps only noticible to those who are extremely aware of the characters in this story would catch. Anna would never be playing games with the rest of the kitchen staff while her husband looks on! They are just about the ONLY COUPLE whom have a respectful, loving relationship. This was so out of context of "Anna". Julian is drifting so far off course it is sad. Get back on track and have Anna wake up to what was a horrible dream (even this takes place next season). You must have a lot of meaningless "stuff " in the future for those who will continue to watch Downton Abbey! How sad that You, Julian & your producer have decided to take the LOW ROAD! One more thing. You "PBS" should NEVER REVEAL WHAT IS COMING UP IN A FUTURE EPISODE, (LIKE YOU DID WITH THIS ONE). IT IS NO DIFFERENT FROM TELLING SOMEONE (IN THIS CASE HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE) HOW A "MOVIE" ENDS WHEN YOU KNOW FULL WELL THAT THE PERSON WAS PLANNING TO SEE THE "MOVIE" IN A FEW DAYS! SHAME ON ALL OF YOU WHO WERE INVOLVED IN THIS . A VERY DISAPPOINTED VEWER AND "X" FAN OF DOWNTON ABBEY.
CPT12 Response: Thank you for writing to Colorado Public Television regarding Downton Abbey on MASTERPIECE and your concerns regarding the second episode of the season.
The following is a statement the producers of Downton Abbey have released concerning this matter:
“the complex and loving journey of Anna and Bates has been central to the narrative of the show. We believe the events in this episode were acted and directed with great sensitivity. Viewers will see in the forthcoming episodes how Anna and Bates struggle to come to terms with what has happened.”
We will share your comments with the senior management of both PBS and MASTERPIECE.
Your interest in our content is greatly appreciated and we hope you continue to watch Colorado Public Television.
Colorado Public Television
Posted: January 17, 2014
by Susan Steele
Just thought you'd like to know I will not be watching Downton Abbey anymore. Death, Rape and predatory seduction is not my idea of entertainment. Its a complete downer. Where is the hope? Times are hard enough without having it further ground into my soul by a program I loved to watch. No more....
CPT12 Response: Thank you for your email and feedback. I am sorry the storyline of Downton Abbey has gotten to dark for your taste.
Please consider checking out the fine programming channels 12.2 or 12.3 when 12.1 is not to your liking.
All the Best,
End of Season 1 for Masterpiece: The Paradise
Posted: January 6, 2014
by Name Withheld
Hello 1) What is the last episode of The Paradise? (Is it 7?) 2) How many episodes where shown when The Paradise was first run? Thanks