The original Downton, starring Lady Gaga and Benedict Cumberbatch, was a hit with audiences.
Now that the series is getting a reboot, what would you like to see in the sequel?
And, for fans, what are some of the biggest reasons to get excited for the show’s third season?
In the first installment of our series of 10 predictions, we revealed that we would pick the most likely ending for “Downtons” and the second episode of season three.
That decision was based on the initial reviews for the first episode and our predictions for the second and third episodes.
However, we decided to stick with the original ending because of the fans reaction.
This is where the final outcome came into play.
We also used the first two episodes to pick the two most likely endings, which is why the two possible endings in each case are listed below.
If we were to choose between the two endings, we’d pick the more likely ending because it seems the show is in a better place than the first.
We believe that the characters have learned to trust each other in the face of adversity, that there’s less conflict and that the show has gone through a period of introspection and reflection.
The most likely end would have a different feel to it than the original, with more mystery and mystery-seeking than in the original series.
The ending would be based on a few characters’ pasts, as well as on the showrunners’ own decisions and theories about what is to come.
However as fans will know, the show isn’t always about the future.
It’s about the past and the present.
In that respect, the ending would allow for more room for the audience to experience the characters and their relationships.
We hope that fans of the original D, which started out with the opening line “The world is a wonderful place,” will get what they want out of the Downtons, even if it means taking a trip back in time.
And if they decide to watch the new D, we hope that the ending will be the one that they prefer.
However, if you want to know the real ending, you can find it in the books.
For those who don’t, here’s a rundown of all the major plot points:When Downtont arrives in London, she encounters a group of women who are about to be attacked by an angry mob.
She decides to help the women, but they don’t want to talk to her.
After a while, she falls in love with one of the women and tells her the secret she has kept from her husband.
She gets married to him, but the rest of the world thinks she’s been kidnapped.
She’s pregnant, so she’s on the run from her captors, trying to find a new husband.
The woman Downtone ends up marrying is not the one Downtie chooses, but it’s a woman he’s seen on a news report.
Downtonet finds her and the two have a child.
The two get married and have three children.
But the baby doesn’t know who its father is.
The baby is born with a brain defect.
He doesn’t speak.
He has no eyes.
He can’t even talk.
When the child is eight years old, he leaves the country to find his father.
The child ends up being adopted by a man named Harry, who wants to adopt the child, too.
Harry, who is an old-fashioned, hard-drinking alcoholic, tries to get the adoption rights from the mother of the child to Harry.
He succeeds, and Harry ends up adopting the child.
But the mother refuses to let the baby go.
The child ends in a car accident.
Harry ends up spending time with the boy who has cerebral palsy, who gets better with age and eventually gets his own house.
The boy, named Dudley, is Dudley’s younger brother.
Harry has been spending time in his hospital room and spends time with Dudley.
Eventually, Dudley meets Harry’s son, who later goes on to be known as the Dukes of Hazzard.
The Dukes try to get rid of Harry, but he gets in trouble.
He is eventually arrested by the police and sent to prison.
The prison guards are angry with Harry for being away from his brother and trying to get his own way, so they break in and kill him.
The police are sent to try and get Harry to confess to his crimes.
The Dukes, who are trying to hide the truth, tell Harry that he’s not really dead, but has died of alcohol poisoning.
Harry believes that Dudley is the murderer and kills Dudley’s son in an attempt to get back the rights to Dudley’s house.
Harry’s brother, who died of a heart attack, is found by a family who has been living in the same house for decades.
They are trying desperately to find the truth about the death of Harry’s brother.
They try to convince Harry to admit his crimes to them.The