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From Michelle Dockery to Joanne Froggatt, Where to Catch the ‘Downton Abbey’ Cast This Fall

Nearly two years after Downton Abbey went off the air, most of the beloved ensemble cast is back in action on screen and stage, with Michelle Dockery, Dan Stevens and Joanne Froggatt leading several high-profile projects coming out this fall.

2017 Fall Preview: Et's Complete Coverage

Even though the period drama ended in 2015, this year can definitely be dubbed “2017: Life After Abbey.” And to think, all we care about is a Downton Abbey movie!

Check out what’s coming up (and highlights of a few things you may have missed):

Michelle Dockery

Good Behavior (TNT)

Premieres 10/15

Godless (Netflix)

Premieres 11/22

Photo: PBS / Getty Images / TNT / Netflix

Dockery, aka Lady Mary, was one of the first cast members out of the gates with a decidedly un-Downton-like character, playing con artist and recovering drug addict Letty Raines on TNT’s Good Behavior. “I was very fortunate when it came along,” Dockery told Et. “I wasn’t
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CBS Buys Legal Investigative Drama From Kennedy/Marshall

CBS has put in development a legal drama procedural from the Kennedy/Marshall Company and CBS Television Studios. Written and executive produced by Andy Parker (USA pilot Stanistan), the untitled project centers on a U.S. senator who withdraws from office in the wake of a life-changing crisis to join his brother's private investigation law firm, unearthing the truth in high-profile and top-secret cases, wherever that truth may lead. Frank Marshall (Sully) and Robert…
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How Alison Parker's Parents Are Fighting to End Gun Violence 1 Year After Her Death on Live TV

  • PEOPLE.com
Alison Parker's parents still have not seen the footage of their daughter's death - a shooting on live TV - and they tell People they'll never look at it. "And we don't want to," says Alison's dad, Andy Parker. "We want gun violence to stop. We don't need this many guns in America. To the people that drink the NRA Kool-Aid, we're not trying to take your guns away. We want to make sure the wrong people can't get guns and we want to close some of those gun show loopholes." Little more than a year ago, as they
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