Downton Abbey may have ended on a high note, but star Michelle Dockery teases there could be more stories to tell! During a promotional tour in support of her new show Good Behavior on TNT, she spoke to The Telegraph about the possibility of seeing her famous character Lady Mary from the Julian Fellowes drama return one day to the big screen.
“The thing that I miss the most are my cast members,” she told the UK publication. “But we are all still very close. I think there is potential for a film. That is something I would wholeheartedly consider, so we will see. It may not be over yet.”
When we last saw Lady Mary, she was pregnant and had found her own happy ending with race car driver Henry Talbot (played by Matthew Goode). Where the show could head from there is anyone’s guess. Since time jumping into different eras is what the show is known for, they could fast forward into the future and find Lady Mary and Henry have welcomed their bundle joy who quite possibly is a toddler. Talbot and brother-in-law Tom Branson (Allen Leech) have made a success of their car dealership business and have expanded all over England.
Mary and sister Edith (played by Laura Carmichael) have finally beat the odds and become friends as they raise their children together. Obviously, the Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith) is alive and well at the ripe old age of 248 and still keeping everyone on their toes.
No matter where they choose to take the story, there will certainly be countless fans of the series on both sides of the pond ready to support it at the box office.
Good Behavior premieres on November 15 on TNT.