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Despite having a very strong lead-in (The Vampire Diaries), the Reign TV show drew only mediocre ratings last season. The CW renewed it for a second season anyway. Will it survive to see a third season or will it be cancelled this time around? Stay tuned.
This season of Reign picks up after the death of King Kenry and Mary has finally become queen. Is it all that she expected? The cast of this historical drama includes Adelaide Kane, Torrance Coombs, Megan Follows, Toby Regbo, Celina Sinden, Caitlin Stasey, Anna Popplewell, Jonathan Keltz, and Sean Teale.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically the following morning, around 11:30am Est/8:30am »
Move over, Elena Gilbert; it looks like Caroline is officially The Vampire Diaries‘ new love triangle queen.
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New photos from the Nov. 6 episode find Ms. Forbes enjoying a walk in the woods with Stefan, though “enjoying” might not be the best word to describe their outing. The twosome — with Matt in tow, just out of frame — are hot on the trail of Enzo, upon discovering that he’s been vamp-napped by Tripp.
But how will Caroline feel when she finds out Bachelor No. 1 (that’d be Stefan) is responsible for putting Bachelor No. »
Earmuffs, kids! Because the words Demon Dean has to fling at Sam are not pretty.
As seen in the above sneak peek from this Tuesday’s Supernatural (The CW, 9/8c), Sam has captured Demon Dean, and is trying to coax his true brother out.
The prisoner, though, isn’t going down without a fight — using an ugly war of words to taunt Sam with some difficult truths/”truths.”
Will Sam’s last, desperate act, as seen in the video above, possibly pull the plug on Demon Dean’s reign of terror? Press play, if you’re ready.
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Is it just me, or is hell getting awfully crowded?
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Thursday’s Vampire Diaries introduced a mysterious new “friend” for Damon and Bonnie to play with: a pork rind-loving chap named Kai, who flat-out admitted to wanting Damon dead. Actually, he did more than admit it. Were it not for Bonnie regaining her powers and engulfing the troublemaker in flames, Damon could have ended up a twice-dead potato.
But because nothing is ever what it seems — especially in ’90s hell — Kai claimed this was all part of his master plan. »
There's been no love lost between Mary, Queen of Scots and her mother-in-law on “Reign.” And just because Mary's about to become Queen of France, that won't be changing any time soon. Ahead of Thursday's big coronation episode, TheWrap spoke to Megan Follows, Queen Catherine herself, about the big day. The coronation will see not only Francis (Toby Regbo) and Mary (Adelaide Kane) ascending to power, but Catherine losing most of hers. See photos: The CW Diversity Scorecard: From ‘Arrow’ to ‘Vampire Diaries’ As always, Catherine is well aware that image is everything. The crowing of the new king and queen of. »
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Francis and Mary are finally being crowned on Thursday’s Reign (The CW, 9/8c), but like most major events at French Court, star Megan Follows assures TVLine that the royals’ big day will be riddled with tension — the kind that only Queen Catherine can bring.
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“Catherine wants to exude a lot of stability by indulging in quite a showy coronation, even though we’re up against the critical situation with food shortages and political unrest,” Follows explains. “Francis and Mary aren’t impressed by her impressive display of showmanship; she believes that, »
Reign is clearly showing the world the less desired parts of being royalty. Adelaide Kane’s Mary finds herself in the middle of the religious battle between Protestants and Catholics. Despite of her concerns regarding this, she decided it was time to become more involved in the hopes of keeping the peace. Francis joins her in the cause, despite of having his own family drama. The episode “Blood for Blood” will air on October 30, just in time for Halloween if you wish to catch it. You can view the promo stills down below and here is the official synopsis of the episode.
Church Vs. State — Tensions between Protestants and Catholics escalate when bloodshed at a Protestant service causes an already concerned Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Francis (Toby Regbo) to intervene on the eve of Greer’s (Celina Sinden) wedding. Bash (Torrance Coombs) and Leith (Jonathan Keltz) lead a search for »
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Official photos from Reign Season 2 Episode 3, "Coronation."
With France in a state of famine, as well as religious and political unrest, Mary (Adelaide Kane) looks for a way to feed the people, risking the wrath of a vengeful Lord Narcisse (guest star Craig Parker). Francis (Toby Regbo) is preoccupied by the harrowing suspicion that his dead father?s spirit can possess the living and is haunting Francis as revenge for his murder. As Catherine (Megan Follows) makes excessive and lavish preparations for a coronation ceremony to give the impression of stability to the realm, Bash (Torrance Coombs) confronts the reality of a country plagued by fear, bankruptcy, and murder. »
All hail the new Queen! Mary (Adelaide Kane) is taking to her position as France's new Queen in Reign's season two premiere quite nicely, even putting the former Queen Catherine (Megan Follows) in her place...and giving her orders. In our exclusive sneak peek at the CW hit's sophomore return, airing Oct. 2, Mary puts the royal smackdown on Catherine, and, adding insult to injury, does it in front of Nostradamus (Rossif Sutherland). Oh snap! Plus, we also find out who might be immune to the plague that is ravishing the country (and French Court!) in the exclusive sneak peek... But it seems like Mary might find herself turning into her husband's mother. "Mary's »
CW is starting to do their usual heavy promotion for the new season that kicks off in October. This time around they are doing it for Reign, a show all about Mary of the Scots. They are kicking off their heavy PR rounds by releasing a set of photos and the first 2 episodes of the seasons descriptions. The season sounds like it will a juicy one. You can check out all of stills down below, but here are the official descriptions they offered so far for for the first two episodes of season 2.
“The Plague” (TV-14, Dlsv) (HDTV)
Plague Rocks The Kingdom — The new King and Queen of France, Francis (Toby Regbo) and Mary (Adelaide Kane) are plummeted into chaos after the Black Plague ravages the land and creeps inside the castle, threatening lives and the stability of their new rule. Francis finds himself on the wrong side of the quarantined gates, »
- Sarah Peel
Official Reign photos from Season 2 Episode 2, "Drawn & Quartered."
In the aftermath of the plague, a powerful lord (guest star Craig Parker) discovers that Mary (Adelaide Kane) was responsible for the death of his son and demands vengeance, testing the loyalties of Mary, Francis (Toby Regbo) and Catherine (Megan Follows). Francis returns to the castle with Lola (Anna Popplewell) and their newborn son, creating tension with Mary. Greer (Celina Sinden) is torn by her loyalty to her fianc?, Lord Castleroy (guest star Michael Therriault), who blames Leith (Jonathan Keltz) for his daughter's demise. Meanwhile, Kenna (Caitlin Stasey) urges Bash (Torrance Coombs) to be formally recognized in his new role. »
Reign Blu-ray Sixteenth century mystery, romance and murder fill the pages of Reign.s scripts. At its heart, the CW drama is a revisionist version of the life of Mary, Queen of Scots, following her arrival in France and her wooing of Prince Francis (Toby Regbo) along with his bastard sibling Bash (Torrance Coombs). Peppered into this story is an evil queen (Megan Follows), a slew of ladies-in-waiting (Celina Sinden, Caitlin Stasey, Anna Popplewell) and a campy version of Nostradamus (Rossif Sutherland). Reign is a soapy teenage drama, filled with as much historical fiction as historical fact. Part of the fun is found in the music, which juxtaposes period language and settings with an exuberant pop soundtrack. While the show has some serious villains and a few dark subplots, the music helps to lighten the mood, as do the costumes, which mix modern-day flair with a few studio-sewn corsets. Warner »
French Court is now in session! Get ready, royals, as we're just two weeks away from the season two premiere of Reign, one of our favorite new shows from last season. And what better way to celebrate the CW break hit's long-awaited return than with looking at pictures of its oh-so-pretty cast?! Below, we've got exclusive (and might we add gorgeous?!) new shots of Mary (Adelaide Kane), Francis (Toby Regbo), Bash (Torrance Coombs) and Catherine (Megan Follows), which look like they should be hanging on the walls of a castle or fancy-schmancy museum where you get in trouble for stepping too close to the artwork. And because we're so obsessed with the fashion on Reign, we got costume designer »
"The Plague" - The new King and Queen of France, Francis (Toby Regbo) and Mary (Adelaide Kane) are plummeted into chaos after the Black Plague ravages the land and creeps inside the castle, threatening lives and the stability of their new rule. Francis finds himself on the wrong side of the quarantined gates, with Lola (Anna Popplewell), as they try to make their way back to safety. New and murderous foes are introduced as nobles grasp for power, pressuring Mary -- and Catherine (Megan Follows) -- even as the death count rises. Meanwhile, Kenna (Caitlin Stasey) and Bash (Torrance Coombs) find themselves separated; Kenna's life endangered as she risks all to save their young ward. Greer (Celina Sinden) is forced to watch Leith (Jonathan Keltz) move on with a new love and is shocked to realize he's involved with her fianc??s daughter. »
From what all three actors (who play Mary Queen of Scots, the new king -- King Francis, and Queen Catherine) teased, the plague, which was ushered in at the end of last season, will be a very big deal.
"There's definitely some threat from people dying ...
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When we left Reign at the end of season 1, King Henry was dead, a plague was spreading, and Mary had just shut the gates on her beloved Francis as he rode off to be with Lola during the birth of their bastard child. Naturally, when we pick up in season 2, life inside the castle is as dramatic as ever (with an extra layer of intrigue, thanks to the large quantity of dead bodies).
- Samantha Highfill
The CW’s historical drama, Reign, hit the stage at Comic-Con Thursday to discuss the show’s new season, set to premiere this fall. After the panel, Megan Follows, who plays the conniving and power-driven Queen Catherine, and executive producer, Laurie McCarthy, sat down for a round table interview to talk more about the series. During the discussion, Follows offered her opinion about Catherine and Mary’s uneasy relationship as well as why she was interested in playing such a manipulative character. And while fans of the show are divided when it comes to Mary’s relationship with Francis and Bash, McCarthy revealed that the love triangle might be a thing of the past. Hit the jump for the full interview. Question: How do you decide how close to stick to historical facts and what to change? Laurie McCarthy: If they’re good and juicy we stick to them. »
- Elena Butler
When the cast of Reign hit their Comic-Con panel, we discovered a few things about what to expect from season 2, including more on the plague, future famine, and potential new love interests for Catherine. (Also: More sex!) But when stars Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo, and Megan Follows stopped by EW’s video hangout, we got further information on what will be happening when royal viewers return to France this fall.
Follows talked about season 2’s focus on the conflicting religious factions, while Kane teased new villains—or, more specifically, “new gentlemen.” Aside from the show, we also got the actors »
- Samantha Highfill
Reign stars Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo and Megan Follows held court Thursday at TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con interview suite, where they served up some royally awesome scoop for Season 2 of the CW drama.
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Speaking with TVLine’s Andy Swift, Regbo previewed Francis’ hands-on approach to being king, Kane teased the huge “power struggle” ahead for Mary (as well as the “ultimate betrayal” she’ll feel whenever she sees Francis and Lola’s baby), while Follows mulled a possible hook-up for “queen mother” Catherine »
Three of French Court’s finest — Toby Regbo, Megan Follows, Adelaide Kane — and executive producer Laurie McCarthy addressed their subjects at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, spilling a king’s ransom of secrets from Reign‘s upcoming second season.
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Kane said Mary and Francis’ marriage is “going well so far,” though McCarthy warned Frary fans that they should be “a little nervous” about the couple’s future in Season 2. Francis and Mary will face countless obstacles, both “political” and sometimes “horrific.”
One of the latter elements will be the guilt hanging »
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