Donald Trump’s new golf course in Downton is not playing the British series.
Trump’s new Downtons Bay, near Aberdeen, Scotland, announced on Sunday that it will not play the British drama, the show that began with a two-hour pilot last year.
The decision was made by the golf course’s chairman, Ian McCall, and the golf club’s golf course director, Paul McCall.
The decision was announced in a statement released on Monday by the Downtont Abbey website.
“The decision to cancel the production of Downtonic was made after careful consideration of all of the factors that we considered when deciding to proceed,” the statement said.
The Downtoon Abbey, a fictional television series based on the life of Queen Elizabeth I, aired in the U.K. in 2017 and starred Matthew Crawley, who plays the titular duke of Dorset, and Sophie Turner, played by Julianne Moore.
The series is based on an original book by Margaret Mitchell, and follows an English court that investigates the mysterious deaths of three people after a fire in the family’s duchy.
The show was filmed on the island of Ireland, where McCall and McCall’s father, Paul, also owns the Dorset Golf Club.
In the book, Downto, the court investigates the deaths of an elderly woman who was found in a ditch in the late 1700s, along with a young woman who disappeared from a local cemetery in the early 1900s.
The court later learns that both women died after the man who owns the duchies estate, William Dudley, poisoned her with arsenic.
The British version of the show has drawn comparisons to the real-life death of Margaret Mitchell in the 1980s, when she was convicted of murder.
The series has also drawn comparisons with the murder of a woman in France, who was also found in the ditch in 2000.
The Downtonian franchise has spawned dozens of spinoffs.
In June, the Dpt, the largest British public sector employer, announced that it would cut its workforce by 1,200 jobs in response to the Brexit vote.
The cuts will affect more than 4,400 people.