Too much coverage of "Downton Abbey" in the media? Never! For our second-season roundup, we knew that there was only one writer for the job, our film reviewer John Anderson, who often writes for The New York Times and Variety. My favorite apercu: "Perhaps the most remarkable thing about “Downton Abbey,” in terms of structure, is its violent compression of time and, occasionally, space. No moments are wasted in comings and goings; people speak of arriving and—instantly—have arrived. After Matthew and his footman, William, are wounded at the Battle of Amiens in 1918, they suddenly materialize at Downton as if they have just returned from a pub down the block." Read the rest here.