Dockery captioned it very simply: Reunited.@thatdanstevens I've missed this face #bafta #LastDaysOfDownton #matthewandmary"
"I've missed this face." No, you're crying.
Everybody will remember Steven's Matthew died in a car accident shortly after meeting his son. The two got together at the BAFTA celebration of Downton Abbey. The beloved Masterpiece crossover hit drama is coming to an end with season six and the cast has been documenting the farewell on social media with the tag #LastDaysofDownton. But Downton Abbey may not be out of your lives for long. Executive producer Gareth Neame said there has been talk about doing more in the world of the Crawleys, perhaps on the big screen.
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"Our position on that is we would be very interested in that. It is definitely something we're contemplating. It would be great fun to do. I think it would be a wonderful extension of everything that people loved about the TV show, but I can't confirm that it's definitely going to happen," Neame said. "We shall see."
"There are no plans to make a spinoff," he said. "There's been endless speculation about this, but there are no definite plans for a spinoff. Again, I couldn't rule it out."
Downton Abbey's final season premieres Sunday, Jan. 3 on PBS.