Oh, Sh*t: This Is How 'Downton Abbey' Ends

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Unlike the folks at the Hollywood Reporter (thanks for the info, but seriously—give a girl a heads up), we shall extend the courtesy of a GIGANTIC SPOILER ALERT before we make/ruin your lives with details about the series finale of Downton Abbey, which *some people* seem to have forgotten doesn't air in the U.S. until AFTER THE SERIES RETURNS JANUARY 4.

So turn back now if you'd rather now know.

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According to a press release from Carnival Films, Lady Rose and her husband and father will return to Brancaster, home of the Marquess of Hexham, for the program's end, which better resolve things more than the producers have led on.

"Mary endeavors to build bridges with her sister while Edith's secret continues to pose a threat, despite having nothing left to lose," the release reads. "As Henry settles into the role of husband and stepfather [editor's note: BOMBSHELL, BUT ALSO, I TOLD YOU SO], finding his place at Downton proves more difficult. Below stairs, Carson faces some personal challenges, which prove that even he is not invulnerable to change."

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Okay. But if this means Carson (or Mrs. Hughes/Elsie) dies, I will come for you, Julian Fellowes. I will come for you, and I will make you resurrect them for the Downton movie. Humph. 

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