Season 3 promises to be just as great as 1 & 2. I have just seen the first part of Season 3 so I have little to say except that the post WW1 comings and goings of the young people in the changing British landscape appear to be taking over. Amazing how one can identify and feel the joys and sorrows of an aristocratic family whose core values are underpinned by goodness and human understanding and love, even if they are separate and apart from their underlings, whom they treat with deference to their station. It's quite a give and take to watch. Fascinating, really. Top notch stuff.