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Love is in the air at Downton Abbey

February 15, 2015

Downton Abbey: Love is in the air

Relationships are tested in the new episode of MASTERPIECE: Downton Abbey. While Isobel and Lord Merton will reveal their plans, there may be unexpected entanglements. Meanwhile, someone a bit younger may also be preparing to say "I do."

With Tony Gillingham, Charles Blake, and Mabel Lane Fox in close quarters, Lady Mary shakes one suitor and rediscovers another.

Downton is a romantic blockbuster, but this Valentine's weekend episode has even more than its usual quality. New love blossoms and love triangles converge.

New episodes of Downton Abbey premiere Sunday nights at 9pm, after an encore of the previous week's episode at 8pm. Another Downton viewing option at KCTS is Fridays at 3pm during Tea Time -- our weekday British programming from 3-5pm.

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