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Fans gather for return of 'Downton Abbey'

Elizabeth Schanz serves Shepherd's Pie to Keegan Bailey, left, wife Ilene Friedman, center left, both of Schenectady, and Candice and Corey Bailey, right, both of Menands, as fans gather to watch the return of "Downton Abbey" on PBS at the Tailored Tea on Troy-Schenectady Road in Latham on Sunday, January 5, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Elizabeth Schanz serves Shepherd's Pie to Keegan Bailey, left, wife Ilene Friedman, center left, both of Schenectady, and Candice and Corey Bailey, right, both of Menands, as fans gather to watch the return of "Downton Abbey" on PBS at the Tailored Tea on Troy-Schenectady Road in Latham on Sunday, January 5, 2014.
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Sheila Kiehle has been on pins and needles since the last episode of “Downton Abbey’s” season three aired nine months ago. “I woke up nights wondering about the characters,” she said. “I was so involved in the story.” At 9 p.m. Sunday, the World War I-era British historical drama — the most popular series ever to run on PBS — returned to television for a fourth season. Earlier that evening, Kiehle sat with some friends ...


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