‘The Bachelor’ Cast and Crew Say No to ‘Downton Abbey’ Source Entertainment Weekly

With her first season of “The Bachelor” coming to an end, ABC has confirmed that all nine of its cast and crew have signed on to “Downtons Abbey.”

According to “The Biggest Loser” winner, the series has become the most-watched scripted drama in U.S. history with an average of 1.5 million viewers per episode, and that’s more than any show in the history of television.

According to ABC, the nine cast members are:Elisabeth Bumiller as the title character of the series, whose love of the duchess and her family has led to her to make the transition to the world of politics.

Cristina Corcoran as the Duchess of Sussex, whose husband has been the Duke of Westminster for a long time, and whose husband, Lord Carnarvon, is her closest friend.

Matt Baier as Prince Edward, the son of the Dukes of Windsor, who is the son-in-law of the Duchess and her husband.

And Julia Roberts as the Duchess of York, who has known and worked with her husband since childhood.

In an interview with “The Today Show” last year, “The Bachelorette” cast member Kate Upton described the show as a “big, big part of my life,” adding that the show has been a big part in her life.

“It’s been a great thing to have been a part of,” she said.

“It’s like a family.

We’ve done so many crazy things together and we’ve all been so lucky to get to have a show like this.

So, it’s like family.”ABC has also revealed that “Dance Moms” star Stephanie Seymour, who recently announced her engagement to actor Sam Elliott, will be joining the cast in Season 4 of “Dancing Moms.”ABC will continue to produce the series through the end of the year.