Believe it or not, Downton Abbey Season 4 is just about halfway done. In the weeks since the January 5 U.S. premiere on PBS we’ve experienced highs and lows with all of the characters roaming the halls of Downton. In a season that started out bleak, we’ve had some very dark moments that make us wonder what kind of heartbreak lies ahead.
In case you just can’t wait to know what the January 26 episode has in store, we have the answers. All of them. See, we watched the episode when it premiered way back in October for the United Kingdom (there it’s known as Season 4, Episode 5). Thanks to that autumn pastime and our own sleuthing, we’ve compiled all the spoilers for the next trip to Downton Abbey.
Downton Abbey Season 4: What Happens in the January 26 Episode?
If you like your spoilers served cold, we suggest this article with a forecast for each main character’s story. Minimal spoilage with maximum teasing.
Downton Abbey Season 4 Spoilers: Trouble Between Anna and Bates (PHOTOS)
Get a first look at the next episode in these photos including a snap of Anna and Bates looking even more distant than last week.
Downton Abbey January 26 Episode: Mr. Bates Looks for Answers (VIDEO)
A clip from next Sunday’s episode shows Mr. Bates searching for answers as to why his once cheerful wife has grown so sad.
Downton Abbey January 26 Spoiler: Is Anna Bates Pregnant? (VIDEO)
It’s a hard question to ask and this episode we get an answer.
Downton Abbey Season 4: See Babies George and Sybbie in the January 26 Episode!
For a quick pick-me-up, watch another clip of the January 26 episode, this one featuring adorable babies George and Sybbie!
Downton Abbey Season 4's January 26 Recap: Finally, Some Answers
Here it is: the recap of the entire episode. This has details on all the highlights (and lowlights) of the evening’s Downton. Better get comfy. This one’s a long read.
And of course, there’s always the be all end all: our massive Season 4 spoiler roundup! This is the place to go if you want all the details about all of Season 4 right now. And you do. You really do.