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Non Royal Things => Movies, TV, Books and Music => Topic started by: berlin on November 28, 2012, 05:27:07 pm

Title: The Gilded Age
Post by: berlin on November 28, 2012, 05:27:07 pm
Sounds exciting!  I hope I like this better than DA.

NBC signs 'Downton Abbey' creator for U.S. period drama focusing on the fortunes of 'the princes of the American Renaissance' during the Gilded Age in New York
'The Gilded Age' could air as early as Fall 2013
Era was marked by the rise of industry, invention and finance from the late 1800s to the early 1900s
Characterized by J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller and Cornelius Vanderbilt - as well as the Astor family

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Title: Re: The Gilded Age
Post by: Kuei Fei on November 29, 2012, 02:35:08 am
I bleieve that Julian is deservedly getting these great projects, mainly because he really showed himself trustworthy with the way he did Downton and I hope he gets more. Maybe Dan Stevens could end up making his breakout in the US through this instead of shirking working under Julian.

I look forward to this since I believe that Fellows is the man for the job.

Title: Re: The Gilded Age
Post by: KGap on November 30, 2014, 06:46:21 am
What ever happened to the show?
I love the gilded age. I would have been interested in this.

Title: Re: The Gilded Age
Post by: Pense on December 23, 2014, 08:15:50 pm
'Downton Abbey' will get a sixth season
Updated November 6, 2014 6:13 PM

Yes Virginia, there will be a sixth season of “Downton Abbey.” Just announced ... dispelling any lingering, gloomy doubts that the fifth, arriving early next year, would be the last.

... How lucky can SHE get? “Downton" -- far and away the biggest hit in PBS history (13-plus million viewers) -- has been dogged by the usual question marks that accompany any major hit: Will it continue now that showrunner Julian Fellowes got all that money to develop a new series for NBC — tentatively titled “The Gilded Age" -- and therefore clearly will not have the time for another season of “Downton?”

  In fact, PBS and Eaton pointedly noted that the sixth season, to go into production next year, will in fact be written by Fellowes. This might suggest that NBC's series could be delayed, and maybe even arrive by 2016.

Or it may also suggest that NBC ... doesn't have a pressing need for a high-toned series like “The Gilded Age” at the moment.