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Inside a ‘Downton Abbey’ Viewing Party–Is This Show The New ‘Mad Men’? (thepoliticker.observer)

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In the many, many days since _Mad Men _last aired, a new star has risen in the
quality-television constellation: PBS's _Downton Abbey_. The series, depicting
love and class struggle in 1910s Britain, was first broadcast on this side of
the Atlantic in January 2011 under the _Masterpiece _imprimatur, but has grown
far beyond your typical _Masterpiece _audience. The second "series" (British
for "season," don't you know) premiere this month doubled PBS's average
ratings and drew more viewers than last season of--yup--_Mad Men_.

PBS credits social media in part for boosting the show's--and the broadcast
service's--profile. But a simple search for "downton abbey viewing party"
reveals that much of the social activity around the show is happening in
person. Sarah O'Holla, the proprietor of a lifestyle blog called Desirous of
Everything and a school librarian, has been documenting the _Downton Abbey
_parties at which she serves fish and roast game as well as the acquired-taste
British cocktail Pimm's ...

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