“Downton Abbey” Fans Get Sneak Preview
Written by andrew-rossi on September 11, 2019
For six years, millions of people each week tuned in to PBS for a slice of life in early 20th century London.
Following the lives of the British aristocratic Crawley family and their servants, the show had a huge following, and fans were hugely disappointed when the series ended in 2016, and have been anxiously awaiting the release of the film, which will open next week.
But producers, capitalizing on the popularity of the television show, have created a bridge between when the series ended and the movie picks back up – and that sneak preview will be available to fans here in the Big Horn Basin.
Tony Beaverson, owner of Big Horn Cinemas, says they will have a one-time-only sneak preview of the movie this Thursday, with that special bonus.
The showing Thursday will be at 7 p.m., and Beaverson says tickets are available online at bighorncinemas.net, and encourages people to get their tickets early, as only a few seats in the luxury theater are available – however, he says if there is enough demand, he may be able to open another screen.