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What to Watch If You Love Downton Abbey 

Updated November 1, 2019 1.2k votes 445 voters 34.4k views 24 items

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Downton Abbey kept viewers on the edge of their seats with the drama unfolding in a single estate, so it's only natural to be on the lookout for more shows like Downtown Abbey after binging the series. This list contains recommendations for movies and TV shows similar to Downton Abbey. You can try some miniseries or TV shows that are period pieces full of conflict. Movies like Downton Abbey are often based on classic literature. What to watch after Downton Abbey really depends on your mood.

What are some movies and TV shows featured on this list of recommendations for Downton Abbey fans? Sense and Sensibility, set in England in the late-1700s, tells the story of the Dashwood sisters as they look for love. The Queen is another good movie for fans of Downton AbbeyAnother Period pokes fun at Downton Abbey's melodramatic plots in the format of a 30-minute comedy. Other good TV and movies recommended for Downton Abbey fans include The Tudors, Call the Midwife, and Emma.

What do you watch when you run out of Downton Abbey episodes? Give the best viewing material a thumbs up and please add any good TV series or movies we may have missed.

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The Crown is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list What to Watch If You Love Downton Abbey
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The Crown (Netflix, 2016) is an American-British biographical drama series about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The series begins with the 1947 wedding of young Elizabeth (Claire Foy) to Prince Philip (Matt Smith) and the ailing health of King George VI (Jared Harris). ...more on Wikipedia

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Upstairs Downstairs is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list What to Watch If You Love Downton Abbey
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Upstairs Downstairs

Upstairs Downstairs is the name of an episode for the American television show Without a Trace. ...more on Wikipedia

Young Victoria is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list What to Watch If You Love Downton Abbey
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Young Victoria

The story of how an unassuming little girl rose to be the most powerful woman in the world. At her birth few believed Princess Victoria would ascend the throne, but a number of untimely deaths and the failure of her uncles to father any children meant that Victoria became heiress to the British throne. The battle between her and her mother the Duchess of Kent, however, was to become a fierce maternal struggle, as the duchess schemed to share in the power and riches that would one day be Victoria's. ...more on Wikipedia

Call The Midwife is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list What to Watch If You Love Downton Abbey
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Call the Midwife is a BBC period drama series about a group of nurse midwives working in the East End of London in the 1950s and 1960s. It stars Jessica Raine, Miranda Hart, Helen George, Bryony Hannah, Laura Main, Jenny Agutter, Pam Ferris, Judy Parfitt, Cliff Parisi, Stephen McGann, Ben Caplan, Emerald Fennell, Victoria Yeates, Linda Bassett and Charlotte Ritchie. The series was created by Heidi Thomas, originally based on the memoirs of Jennifer Worth but since expanded to include new, historically sourced material. The first series of six episodes premiered in the UK on 15 January 2012. The series is produced by Neal Street Productions, a production company founded and owned by the film ...more on Wikipedia

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