Professional restaurant supplies Textbook Trade In Amazon Fashion Learn more nav_sap_cbcc_7_fly_beacon Sixx AM Fire TV with 4k Ultra HD Subscribe & Save Mother's Day Gifts Amazon Gift Card Offer bschs2 bschs2 bschs2  Amazon Echo  Echo Dot  Amazon Tap  Echo Dot  Amazon Tap  Amazon Echo Fire, Only $39.99 Kindle Paperwhite AutoRip in CDs & Vinyl Spring Arrivals in Outdoor Clothing SnS

Downton Abbey 6 Seasons 2014

Available on Prime
Season 4
Available on Prime
4.8 out of 5 stars (18,604) IMDb 8.7/10

From PBS and Masterpiece: The sweeping Downton Abbey saga continues with a fourth season of drama, romance, and family intrigue.

Starring:
Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael

Available to watch on supported devices.

Watch Season 1 - 5 for $0.00 with a Prime Membership

Watch with Prime Start your 30 day free trial

Prefer to buy?

Buy Episode 1 HD $2.99
Buy Season 4 HD $19.99

Watch Season 1 - 5 for $0.00 with a Prime Membership

Watch with Prime Start your 30 day free trial

Buy Episode 1

Buy Episode 1 HD $2.99
Buy Episode 1 SD $1.99

Buy Season 4

Buy Season 4 HD $19.99
Buy Season 4 SD $14.99

Redeem a gift card or promotion code

More Purchase Options
By placing your order, you agree to our Terms of Use. Sold by Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Additional taxes may apply.
Season 4
1. Episode 1 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - Following Matthew's untimely death, new mother Mary is struggling to come to terms with her loss.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 hour, 6 minutes Release date: January 5, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
2. Episode 2 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - Emerging from her grief, Mary starts to take an interest in the running of the estate, but is met with resistance from Robert.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 5, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
3. Episode 3 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - An extravagant house party at the Abbey gives the Crawleys a chance to reconnect with old friends.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 12, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
4. Episode 4 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - Amid the fallout of the eventful house party, Mary faces a pressing question about her future.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 19, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
5. Episode 5 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - Change is in the air as an exciting opportunity for Alfred creates tension between Ivy and Daisy.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 26, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
6. Episode 6 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - A birthday party is planned for Robert, but Rose's surprise contribution to the event ruffles feathers above and below stairs.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 2, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
7. Episode 7 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - Cora's playboy brother Harold is in a fix and Robert must travel to America to help him out, whilst a new farming venture at Downton forces Blake and Mary to put aside their differences.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 9, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
8. Episode 8 (Original UK Edition)

From PBS and Masterpiece - Rosamund hatches a plan to help Edith out of her predicament, but will Violet see straight through it? Isobel is on the receiving end of some unexpected attention, while Mary asks Gillingham for a favor.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 hour, 7 minutes Release date: February 16, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
9. Episode 9

From PBS and Masterpiece - It's summer and as part of Rose's 'coming out' she is to be presented at Buckingham Palace. The family are in London, preparing Grantham House for the busy social program.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes Release date: February 23, 2014
Buy HD $2.99
Bonus: New Locations

Join Downton Abbey's producers and production designer for a look at the many of the new sets and locations of where Season 4 was shot.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 3 minutes Release date: December 30, 2013
Buy HD $0.00
Bonus: New Characters

Downton Abbey's cast and creators talk about the new characters coming to Season 4.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: December 20, 2013
Buy HD $0.00
Bonus: Season 4 Preview

A juicy trailer gives some hints about what's in store for the residents of Downton Abbey in Season 4. Episodes available starting January 6, 2014.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 minute Release date: December 9, 2013
Buy HD $0.00

Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance
Starring Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael
Supporting actors Jim Carter, Brendan Coyle, Michelle Dockery, Joanne Froggatt, Rob James-Collier, Phyllis Logan, Elizabeth McGovern, Sophie McShera, Lesley Nicol, Maggie Smith, Penelope Wilton, Kevin Doyle, Allen Leech, David Robb, Siobhan Finneran, Dan Stevens, Raquel Cassidy, Lily James
Season year 2014
Network PBS
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

By FloridaGirl on January 6, 2014
If you are on Season 4, you know if you love this show or not. But for those of us with Prime who do not want to wait, the show is available on PBS's website - new episode each week until the series is over. You have to sit through a couple of 30 second commercials, but I am ok with that.
4 Comments 315 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
Format: DVD
With a global audience of over 125 million, Downton Abbey Season 4 is probably the most anticipated show this year. This number of followers is set to increase as Chinese State TV has, apparently, just started to broadcast it, although what the average Chinese television viewer will make of the antics of the Crawleys I shudder to think! This time round we pick up six months on from the tragic end to the Series 3 Christmas Special.

Downton has moved with the times, and, as usual, great care has been taken to make the setting, including all the small details, correct for the period. Hence clothes and hair styles have changed and advances in technology, such as the telephone and even new fangled electric kitchen gadgets are evident. The cast has all the significant characters who survived the last series, so Maggie Smith continues as the matriarch who dominates every scene she is in, and Shirley MacLaine makes a welcome reappearance after her all too brief involvement in the previous series. Seeing her sparring with Maggie Smith must be one of the more memorable aspects of this show. There are some new faces to look out for, one of whom is Kiri Te Kanawa, the New Zealand opera singer as well as a couple of other well known characters in cameo roles.

More of the scenes this time round have been filmed on location in London. Meanwhile at Downton itself, the antics and interaction of those `below stairs' continues to contribute some very interesting story lines and their trials and tribulations are, in many ways, one of the most interesting aspects of the show. Above stairs initially Lady Mary is, understandably, rather subdued whilst Lady Edith really seems to be coming into her own having, perhaps, been somewhat overshadowed previously.
Read more ›
32 Comments 723 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
Format: DVD
UK Edition means uncut. Region 1 is USA and Canada
Region 1: U.S., U.S. Territories, Canada, and Bermuda
Region 2: Japan, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East, including Egypt
Region 3: Southeast Asia, East Asia, including Hong Kong
Region 4: Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean
Region 5: Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Region 6: China
Blu-ray Discs

Region A/1: North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia
Region B/2: Europe, Greenland, French territories, Middle East, Africa, Australia and New Zealand
Region C/3: India, Nepal, Mainland China, Russia, Central and South Asia
34 Comments 608 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
Format: DVD
For those who don't just swoon over something out of habit, I think most actual viewers will acknowledge (with regret) that something is definitely off about the opening episode(s) of DA's Season 4. To me, the first hour was just tedious with a now very unsympathetic Mary, who actually seems more disgruntled than grieving. Her self-absorption carries a bitter bite and less interest than usual in anyone but herself, including her child. However, the second hour picked up, along with Mary's spirits.

Overall though, that unmistakable vital edge we have become accustomed to with DA was sorely lacking, rendering the whole rather flat, acting included. The scenes in the downstairs area particularly palled for the first time, especially some in the kitchen. Same great people, but the fire is missing. Even Maggie Smith's parts were lackluster. There's a point where the best actors cannot overcome trite dialog and boring recycles of old themes.

I had understood formerly that Julian Fellowes is involved in at least one other large project, and perhaps that explains what seems a lack of due diligence to this one. Even with that, he seems to be diminishing his main characters in stature and depth while escalating devious and underhanded elements. His current presentation appears to be going in the way of his "Gosford Park," where everyone was foibled - and worse.

Whatever it is, overall and in several key areas like the writing, directing and now some of the acting, unless this one picks up with continuing episodes, it is destined to end in a fizzle, a shadow of its former self.

Regardless, I will cherish my first two seasons DVDs as they will always carry the vibrant pulse and excellence that set Downton Abbey apart.
6 Comments 35 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse
My wife and I loved Downton Abbey from the first episode. To an extent, we still think very highly of it.

But we watched the first two episodes of Season 4 last night and, when they ended, heaved a big "meh."

There are a number of problems with Season 4 of Downton Abbey:

CAUTION: MIGHT BE SPOILERS AHEAD!

1. Thomas is still there, and still a colossal pain in the ass. Despite being one of the most despicable people at Downton Abbey, nearly universally disliked by every other character, Thomas is still employed at D.A.

2. Now that Miss O'Brien is gone (she left in the middle of the night without telling anyone), Cora Crawley needs a new Lady's Maid. Enter Edna, who more or less tricks her way back into D.A. by answering an ad to be Miss O'Brien's replacement. The character was without scruples when we last saw her; she's not improved now, and quickly forms an alliance with Thomas.

3. So, once again, Thomas is paired with a woman - this time Edna - to wreck havoc on the other servants at D.A.

4. The problem with that is two-fold: (a) the person they chose to stab in the back is Anna. Anna! The sweetest, most compassionate and kind member of the staff; and (b) the Earl and Countess of Grantham actually believe Thomas and Edna when they speak ill of Anna. Cora Crawley, apparently not the sharpest crayon in the box, always took the side of Miss O'Brien, too. But now she's taking the side of a brand new Lady's Maid against Anna! How can that be? Can Cora and Robert Crawley really be that bad a judge of character? When Robert confronted Bates to tell him to keep Anna in check, my wife and I looked at each other and shook our heads. Would Robert have done that? Does he not know what kind of people Bates and Anna are?

5.
Read more ›
157 Comments 687 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
Report abuse