Dorset’s Julian Fellowes may bring Downton Abbey writing to an end
Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes may be turning his back on the hit TV series.
It is believed Dorset-based Fellowes may concentrate on his US writing commitments instead with The Gilded Edge.
He told the New York Times: ‘If I’m doing a series at NBC, I would not be able to write all of Downton... If Downton goes on, then it would be with other writers.’
"The only thing is, I know I would not be able to write 11 hours of Downton and 10 hours of The Gilded Age, or whatever it is, side by side."
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"My own belief is that these things have a life. And one of the tricks is to recognise when it's time to come to an end. But we haven't made a decision when that will be. Some things go on for 20 years, don't they, but I just don't see Downton being one of them."