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A majority of viewers dressed in period costumes, like William Petersen and Deb Steinbar, for the “Downton Abbey” season 4 special screening on Tuesday evening, hosted by Lakeland Public Televison. More than 50 area residents attended the show. “Downton Abbey” is the most-watched drama on PBS. The official start of season 4 is Jan. 5 on Lakeland Public Television, which will be a two-hour show. The show then continues for seven Sundays. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

All Dressed up for ‘Downton Abbey’ screening

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A majority of viewers dressed in period costumes, like William Petersen and Deb Steinbar, for the “Downton Abbey” season 4 special screening on Tuesday evening, hosted by Lakeland Public Televison. More than 50 area residents attended the show. “Downton Abbey” is the most-watched drama on PBS. The official start of season 4 is Jan. 5 on Lakeland Public Television, which will be a two-hour show. The show then continues for seven Sundays. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

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