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The historical-ish Reign TV show drama has cast Bitten's Steve Lund in a recurring role for the upcoming fourth season on The CW. Deadline reports he will play Luc, described as, "...a sexy, highborn rogue who is also a plain speaking realist. He’s a good guy who happens to have a morally compromised and very powerful father."
That's right. Lund will play the son of Lord Stephan Narcisse (Craig Parker). As previously reported, Will Kemp has been cast to recur as Lord Darnley, whose historical analogue married Mary, Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane) in 1565, five years after the death of Francis II (Toby Regbo). The Reign TV series cast includes: Kane, Megan Follows, Celina Sinden, Rose Williams, Rachel Skarsten, Charlie Carrick, and Ben Geurens.
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[caption id="attachment_50472" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Reign TV show image via The CW.[/caption]
Filming has begun on the fourth season of the Reign TV show on The CW. The fanciful historical series stars Adelaide Kane, Megan Follows, Anna Popplewell, and Celina Sinden. Below, check out the announcement tweet from the show's writers. Reign was renewed along with virtually the rest of The CW's slate, back in March. For a while though, it looked as though Reign might be cancelled during season three.
The CW has already announced that fans will have to wait for mid-season to watch Reign, season four. That may be a blessing in disguise. In its third season -- the first time it aired on Fridays and without The Vampire Diaries as its lead-in -- the show suffered from some erratic scheduling. Season three of Reign premiered Friday, October 9, 2015, but while this season had fewer episodes (18; »
[caption id="attachment_47651" align="aligncenter" width="424"] Reign TV show on The CW. Episode 3.11, "Succession." Adelaide Kane as Mary, Queen of Scots. Photo: Sven Frenzel/The CW. © 2016 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.[/caption]
The king is dead. Long live the king! Above and below, check out our photos of the Reign season 3B premiere, from The CW. Watch a promo, too. Reign, season three episode 11, "Succession," premieres Monday, April 25th at 8:00pm Et/Pt.
The cast of Reign includes: Adelaide Kane, Anna Popplewell, Rachel Skarsten, Megan Follows, Craig Parker, Rose Williams, Celina Sinden, Ben Geurens, Torrance Coombs, Charlie Carrick, and Jonathan Keltz. Spencer MacPherson guest stars as King Charles IX.
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Last season, the ratings for Reign came way down but The CW renewed the series for a third season anyway. Now, the execs have moved it to Friday nights, an even tougher night to attract viewers. How will the drama perform this season? Will it be cancelled or is it certain to be renewed for a fourth season because of syndication profits? Stay tuned.
At the start of season three of Reign, Mary and Francis realize that they are more powerful together than apart. It also introduces us to the royal court of Elizabeth, “Virgin” Queen of England. The cast of this historical drama includes Adelaide Kane, Torrance Coombs, Megan Follows, Toby Regbo, Celina Sinden, Caitlin Stasey, Anna Popplewell, Jonathan Keltz, Sean Teale, Craig Parker, Rose Williams, Rachel Skarsten, and Ben Geurens.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher »
Well, Reign fans, this is awkward.
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According to EW.com, Barrowman will appear in the season’s penultimate episode as Munro, a dangerous and charismatic Scottish clan leader who harbors a grudge against the Queen of Scots. (Needless to say, the feeling is mutual, considering Munro cost Francis his life.)
Reign returns to The CW this spring.
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Now that The CW has confirmed a Vampire Diaries/Originals crossover for later this season, it’s time to talk details.
“The crossover was born out Stefan needing a place to escape,” executive producer Julie Plec tells TVLine. “He’s on the run. He needs to go somewhere where magic can’t find him, and we realized he can go to New Orleans where there’s that bar where magic doesn’t work.”
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Plec planned to leave it at that, a fun episode of The Vampire Diaries with special »
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“I started pestering them pretty much right away, saying, ‘I want to do this. I want to do this,'” Follows tells TVLine. “They were very supportive and said I needed to shadow the other directors, so I learned a tremendous amount that way. I was also directing a play at the same time. I wanted to show them that I was serious. »
The 100 returned for its third season on Thursday, which means it’s time once again to forget everything we thought we knew about The CW drama’s wild (and quickly expanding) world.
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TVLine spoke with executive producer Jason Rothenberg about the premiere’s biggest developments, but first, a quick recap:
Murphy, who went fifty shades of cray while stuck in the bunker, was reunited with Jaha in A.L.I.E.’s mansion. (“She didn’t end the world,” the former chancellor said of his new holographic bestie. »
The truth, albeit a suspected (and logical) one, is finally out:
The Legends of Tomorrow… are, as Jax put it, “the opposite of legends.” Meaning, the eight of ’em were recruited by Time Master Rip Hunter (Doctor Who‘s Arthur Darvill) because the dent they leave on history will be so infinitesimal, they’re meaningless to the future timeline — and thus are expendable, should the mission go sideways.
“That was always the design [of the show],” says exec producer Marc Guggenheim — albeit at one point with a tiiiiiny tweak.
“We were planning on revealing that secret to the team at the end of »
Recently, CW dropped the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Reign" episode 10 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Bruises That Lie," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty drama-filled and high intense stuff go down as Mary can no longer hide her feelings for Gideon and finally gives in. More major battling takes place between Narcisse and Catherine, and more! In the new, 10th episode press release: Mary Finds Herself Falling For Gideon. Press release number 2: Mary (Adelaide Kane) is going to struggle to resist her feelings for Gideon (Ben Geurens) as she works to align herself politically with potential allies. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) and Greer (Celina Sinden) will find themselves in similar heart-wrenching situations with the potential for very different outcomes. Catherine (Megan Follows) and Narcisse (Craig Parker) will continue their vicious power struggle over the Regency, while Claude (Rose Williams) finds herself »
[caption id="attachment_42505" align="aligncenter" width="533"] Green Gables Farmhouse in Cavendish, Pei.(Attribution: Chensiyuan at the English language Wikipedia)[/caption]
Canadian network CBC has announced a new mini-series, Anne. It is a remake of the CBC's 1985 Anne of Green Gables, which starred Megan Follows as Anne Shirley. Moira Walley-Beckett of Breaking Bad and Flesh and Bone, will produce with kindred spirits, Miranda de Pencier, Alison Owen, and Debra Hayward.
Based on the classic Lucy Maud Montgomery novel of the same name, the story is set in the the fictional town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, Canada. The author's home town Cavendish inspired the setting. There is no word on casting, yet. A hard act to follow -- Follows currently plays Catherine de' Medici on The CW's Reign.
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11 items from 2016
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