Here's hoping for a whole new batch of incredible one-liners.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
November 22, 2017
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It's been two years since "Downton Abbey" went off the air, but we still regularly think of the Crawley family (or re-watch an episode or eight a week).

Well, we may be teleporting ourselves back to the world of Highclere Castle in the near future. According to a new article from Country Living, a "Downton Abbey" movie is looking more likely than ever. Indeed, this update comes on the heels of news this summer of a likely debut on the big screen, adding to our initial excitement. "We have a script we're very happy with, [and] we all want to do it," Gareth Neame, an executive producer and creator of the series, stated at a New York event for the Downton Abbey exhibition.

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"Obviously there [are] 20 actors who have all gone off, and it's about finding a time they're all available to do it, which [we] hope we will have next year." While Neame did emphasize that his comments were far from an official update on the manner, his words are certainly encouraging for fans of the beloved drama.