Washington [United States], February 15 After months of tempting fans with sneak peeks, the teaser for 'Downton Abbey: A New Era' was finally released on Tuesday.

According to Deadline, the sequel to 2019's film adaptation of the renowned TV show appears to have two primary narrative lines, one involving a mystery and the other involving a movie; there's also a wedding in the works.

The Crawley family travels from their Grantham estate to the south of France in the nearly three-minute clip.

"Do I look like I'd reject down a home in the South of France?" she quips in usual fashion, as her startled relatives wonder who this mystery man was and whether Granny actually considered declining the house.

However, back at Downton Abbey, the modern world is infiltrating the estate as a film crew takes over, much to the delight of the workers and Lord Grantham's chagrin.

'Downton Abbey: A New Era' will premiere in the United Kingdom on April 29 before heading to North American theatres on May 20.

The sequel appears to have the Downton estate taken over by actors and crew workers, including Hugh Dancy and Laura Haddock, who are filming a new movie in the house, which, as expected, causes a lot of grief.

To get away from the movie, the Crawleys travel to France, to a house inexplicably bequeathed to Lady Violet by a guy she spent "a few days" with years ago.