Season 4 repeats Sunday nights on WILL-TV. Season 5 premieres Jan. 4.
Season 4 of the international hit finds aristocrats coping with the previous season’s shocking finale. Change is in the air as three generations of the Crawley family have conflicting interests in the estate. Paul Giamatti makes an appearance alongside the beloved returning ensemble, including Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Joanne Froggatt, guest star Shirley MacLaine and many others.
Here's the Season 4 repeat schedule:
7 pm Sunday, Dec. 14: Episode 1
9 pm Sunday, Dec. 14: Episode 2
10 pm Sunday, Dec. 14: Episode 3
6 pm Sunday, Dec. 21: Episode 4
7 pm Sunday, Dec. 21: Episode 5
8 pm Sunday, Dec. 21: Episode 6
9 pm Sunday, Dec. 21: Episode 7
8 pm Sunday, Dec. 28: Episode 8
7 pm Thursday, Dec. 25, on WILL-TV
Rehearsals for the Sunday School Christmas concert are underway, creating inconvenience for the nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House. Two unmarried patients are dispatched to York Lodge, a badly managed home for pregnant women. Chummy takes over running the facility after an outbreak of chicken pox there. Dr. Turner treats a destitute older couple, former residents of a mental hospital closed under the mental health reforms. As residents of Nonnatus welcome the new year, the question on everyone’s mind is, what will 1960 bring?
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Join host Bruce Feiler on an unprecedented journey to the world’s most meaningful landscapes and rigorous religious pilgrimages. Feiler and contemporary sojourners journey to sacred sites cherished by billions and visited annually by hundreds of millions of pilgrims. Each episode follows a modern-day pilgrim on a private spiritual journey. The series presents a comprehensive picture of the practice of pilgrimage in its varied expressions around the globe, over thousands of years.
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"Kumbh Mela" and "Osun-Osogbo" premiere at 7 and 8 pm Tuesday, December 30.
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