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Downton Abbey, Season 5HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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Season 5 of the international hit finds the Crawley family and the staff struggling with responsibilities and choices as they adjust to life in the Roaring Twenties. The beloved ensemble cast includes Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Joanne Froggatt, and a host of others.

Customer Reviews

Downtown Abby Season 5.

Ok... I paid $20 for these few episodes and I done understand why it is so choppy. I have high speed internet and have had no other troubles. WtH?? It is ruining my experience with this series.

Too much of a good thing

I know this has become very popular and 'in' to watch and admittedly when I saw the first episode of the first season years ago, I loved Downton Abbey. I watched the first season of year 5 and thought, OK, enough. The Brits have always known in the past when to end a show/series but apparently they've become caught up in the money game of the Americans. Again, enough already!

A strong season, but iTunes version is missing scenes

Romantic intrigue abounds this season with at least six story lines. There's a bit of a plot re-tread with Anna and Bates, Mary is back in form, and I found Edith's, Branson's and Thomas's story lines the strongest. After buying the season, I was disappointed to discover about four episodes had edited or missing scenes (as compared to the PBS version). Among them, Cora and Edith at the top of the stairs discussing Gregson; Anna and Bates discussing the package Anna's keeping for Mary--missing. Rosamund, the Dowager, and Cora in Cora's bedroom discussing Edith is shortened to about half the screen time. The episodes suffer slightly for the omissions, so I encourage viewing them on PBS when available.