'Downton Abbey' Season 6 spoilers: Promo Images for New Season Revealed

The first batch of promo photos for the sixth and the final season of PBS' hit period drama TV series "Downton Abbey" surfaced over the weekend featuring the show's characters.

Among the faces being shown in the images are Lady Edith Crawley (Laura Camichael), Cora Crawley (Elizabeth McGovern), and Lady Mary Crawley (Michelle Dockery).

The next series of photos also show Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan), Mrs. Patmore (Lesley Nicol), the Earl of Grantham, Robert (Hugh Bonneville), Isobel Crawley (Penelope Wilton), Anna Bates (Joanne Froggatt) and John Bates (Brendan Coyle).

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Also featured in the teaser shots are Mr. Carson (Jim Carter), Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan), Thomas Barrow (Robert James-Collier), Andy Parker (Michael Fox), and Joseph Molesley (Kevin Doyle).

A handful of plot spoilers for the upcoming installment of the show have also managed to surface last week.

The scoop from TV Line points out to Dockery's character which the actress revealed will be in "business mode" when Season 6 commences next year.

Dockery further told Ausiello that her "perpetually messy romantic life" will take a backseat initially.

"She's taken on the role of the estate agent because Branson's left, so she's a working girl. She's not really actively looking for anyone," she told TV Line.

But the story may change when Matthew Goode's Henry Talbot arrives.

"He comes back into her life [and] it's complicated as it always is," Dockery went on to say (via TV Line). "It's never plain sailing in her love life."

As for the show itself, executive producer Gareth Neame previously said that although it would be an interesting to make a Downton Abbey movie, they still "can't confirm that it's definitely going to happen."

There's no plan to make a spinoff either, Neames further revealed.

"There's been endless speculation about this, but there are no definite plans for a spinoff. Again, I couldn't rule it out," the showrunner said.

"Downton Abbey" the finale season premieres Sunday, Jan. 3 on PBS.

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