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The Royals Recap: King Cyrus Commits Murder While Prince Liam Joins an Underground Fight Club in Season 3 Premiere

The Royals Recap: King Cyrus Commits Murder While Prince Liam Joins an Underground Fight Club in Season 3 Premiere
Everything has changed. It had only been two weeks since Ted Pryce (Oliver Milburn) was killed in a mob at the King's Cup and the royal family was still recovering from those shocking developments in tonight's eventful season premiere of The Royals. Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley) desired to right her wrongs and Prince Liam (William Moseley) struggled with his guilt while King Cyrus (Jake Maskall) scrambled to preserve his claim to the throne and Princess Eleanor (Alexandra Park) continued to search for purpose. Meanwhile, Prince Robert (Max Brown) was back from the dead and stranded on a deserted beach in the middle of nowhere after surviving the attack everyone assumed had killed him. Keep...
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The Royals: Season Three Renewal for E! Series

God save the King. E! has renewed The Royals TV series, for a third season. This nighttime soap opera folows a fictional British royal family as they live their lives behind closed doors and in the public eye. The Royals is the cable outlet's first scripted drama.

The Royals stars: Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Jake Maskall, Tom Austen, and Oliver Milburn. It is currently airing Sundays on E, at 10:00pm Et/Pt.

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‘The Royals’ Renewed For Season 3 On E!

The Royals will be back for a third season. E! has ordered 10 one-hour episodes of the drama that centers around a fictional modern-day royal family. Co-produced by Lionsgate and Universal Cable Prods. and written, directed and executive produced by Mark Schwahn, the series stars Elizabeth Hurley as calculating Queen Helena. She’s joined by William Mosely, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Oliver Milburn and Jake Maskall. Lydia Rose Bewley, Andrew Bicknell, Victoria Ekanoye
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‘The Royals’ Gets Season 3 Order at E!

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‘The Royals’ Gets Season 3 Order at E!
The Royals” has been given a season three order ahead of its season two finale, E! Entertainment announced Tuesday. Created by Mark Schwahn, the hour-long drama centers on a fictional modern-day royal family. The show’s third season will again be 10 one-hour episodes. Currently, all-new episodes of season two air Sundays at 10 p.m Et. Elizabeth Hurley leads the cast as the calculating Queen Helena. She is joined by William Moseley as the vengeful Prince Liam, Alexandra Park as an uncontrollable Princess Eleanor, Tom Austen as the Prince’s devious bodyguard Jasper, Oliver Milburn as the troubled head of the Royal security,
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E! Renews "Royals" For Third Season

E! has renewed its Elizabeth Hurley-led drama "The Royals" for a third season, just ahead of its second season finale. Ten new episodes of the series will be produced.

The show centers on the many ups and downs of a fictional modern day royal family. It has been averaging 1.7 million viewers since its second season kicked off in November.

William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Oliver Milburn and Jake Maskall also star.

Source: THR
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The Royals

Network: E!

Episodes: Ongoing (hour)

Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: March 15, 2015 — present

Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Vincent Regan, Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Merritt Patterson, Oliver Milburn, Jake Maskall, Tom Austen, Lydia Rose Bewley, Hatty Preston, Joan Collins, Noah Huntley, and Andrew Bicknell.

TV show description:

This nighttime soap opera drama series -- a loose adaptation Michelle Ray's novel, Falling for Hamlet -- features the lives of a fictional British royal family, behind closed doors and in the public eye.

At the series premiere, Simon Henstridge (Vincent Regan) is King. He is married to Helena (Elizabeth Hurley), Queen Consort. When eldest son Prince Robert dies a mysterious death, said to be a military accident, Prince Liam (William Moseley) becomes next in line for the
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The Royals: Return Date For E! Series Revealed

The Royals will return to E! on November 15. The series, which stars Elizabeth Hurley, will bring more soap opera drama to primetime on E! Word has it that Joan Collins will return to the series as well. She will appear on four episodes of the series next season.

Check out a season two teaser and a press release for the season two return below.

E!'S Hit Drama Series "The Royals" Returns For An Even More Sexy, Soapy And Scandalous Season Two

Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Jake Maskall, Tom Austen, and Oliver Milburn Reign Supreme When Season Two Premieres Sunday, November 15 at 10pm Et/Pt

Los Angeles, CA, October 19, 2015 - E!'s breakout first original scripted drama series "The Royals," co-produced by Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions, is back for a fiery second season.
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The Royals: Season One Ratings

E! has gotten into the "original scripted drama" business with The Royals and even renewed the show for a second season, well before the series debuted. Will they regret that decision? Will it be a ratings success or a flop that they will wish they'd cancelled? Stay tuned.

The Royals series revolves around a fictional British royal family in modern day London. They inhabit a world of opulence that caters to their every desire, but one that also comes with a price tag of duty, destiny, and intense public scrutiny. The cast includes Vincent Regan, Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Merritt Patterson, Oliver Milburn, Jake Maskall, and Joan Collins.

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The Royals Review: Finally - The O.C./Gossip Girl Mashup We Deserve

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The Royals Review: Finally - The O.C./Gossip Girl Mashup We Deserve
Poor Little Rich Girl? Check. Poor Outsider Suddenly Thrown into a World of Excess? Double check. The Royals is everything that's been missing from your life since Gossip Girl and The O.C. ended their respective runs. While there have been worthy contenders to the throne since then (90210, The Carrie Diaries) none have been able to capture that same charm - until now. Funnily enough, E!'s first original scripted series was actually created by Mark Schwahn, of One Tree Hill fame. While The Royals bears little resemblance (if any) to Oth, you can rest assured that one of the
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The Royals Review: Finally - The O.C./Gossip Girl Mashup We Deserve

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The Royals Review: Finally - The O.C./Gossip Girl Mashup We Deserve
Poor Little Rich Girl? Check. Poor Outsider Suddenly Thrown into a World of Excess? Double check. The Royals is everything that's been missing from your life since Gossip Girl and The O.C. ended their respective runs. While there have been worthy contenders to the throne since then (90210, The Carrie Diaries) none have been able to capture that same charm - until now. Funnily enough, E!'s first original scripted series was actually created by Mark Schwahn, of One Tree Hill fame. While The Royals bears little resemblance (if any) to Oth, you can rest assured that one of the
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Review: The Royals Is The O.C./Gossip Girl Mashup We Deserve

Review: The Royals Is The O.C./Gossip Girl Mashup We Deserve
Poor Little Rich Girl? Check. Poor Outsider Suddenly Thrown into a World of Excess? Double check.

The Royals is everything that's been missing from your life since Gossip Girl and The O.C. ended their respective runs. While there have been worthy contenders to the throne since then (90210, The Carrie Diaries) none have been able to capture that same charm – until now.

Funnily enough, E!'s first original scripted series was actually created by Mark Schwahn, of One Tree Hill fame. While The Royals bears little resemblance (if any) to Oth, you can rest assured that one of the keepers
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The Royals: E! Drama Debuts March 15th

E! has announced that their first dramatic series, The Royals, will debut on March 15th at 10pm. The cast includes Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Vincent Regan, Merritt Patterson, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach, Tom Austen, Sophie Colquhoun, and Oliver Milburn. Joan Collins will guest star.

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E! Sets Premiere For First Scripted Drama Series “The Royals” For March 15Th At 10Pm Et

The Ten Episode, Hour-Long Original Drama Created By Mark Schwahn Stars Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, and Vincent Regan As The Devious Family At The Helm Of The Series’ Corrupt Monarchy

Los Angeles – December 4, 2014 – Love, hate, lust and revenge will be taken to a delightfully decadent new level when E! premieres the network’s first scripted series, “The Royals,” on Sunday, March 15that 10pm Et.
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Merritt Patterson Joins Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley and More in The Royals Cast—Get All the Details!

Merritt Patterson Joins Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley and More in The Royals Cast—Get All the Details!
The Royals, E!'s first original scripted series centered around a fictional British royal family featuring Elizabeth Hurley as the queen of England, has added Merritt Patterson to the cast. Merritt will play the role of an American girl whose father works for the royal family, causing her to end up in a relationship with the prince, played by William Moseley. The cast also includes Vincent Regan as the king, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn. The show is centered around the trials and tribulations of a modern day monarchy and is filled with drama, decadence and more. Merritt has appeared in Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief as well as on the TV...
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Merritt Patterson Joins E! Series ‘The Royals’

Exclusive: Merritt Patterson (Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief) has been cast in E!‘s first scripted series The Royals, which stars Elizabeth Hurley and was ordered to series in March. Patterson will play an American girl whose father is the head of security for the fictional royal family in modern day London. She is in a clandestine relationship with the prince (William Moseley) much to the dismay of the disapproving queen (Hurley). Vincent Regan, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn round out the cast, which is now set. The one-hour drama series will debut in 2015, and production begins this month on location in the UK. Mark Schwahn (One Tree Hill) is writing and directing, and Brian Robbins and Joe Davola are executive producing. Patterson is repped by ICM Partners, Mosaic and Kc Talent. Related: Hot TV Teaser: E!’s ‘The Royals
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Elizabeth Hurley parties away in new 'The Royals' trailer -- Video

Elizabeth Hurley parties away in new 'The Royals' trailer -- Video
E! is taking its first dive into scripted television with upcoming series The Royals – and by the looks of its latest teaser, this show could be the next Gossip Girl.

The Royals follows Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley), who tries to protect her family’s image all the while living a life full of parties and secrets the media can never know about. Vincent Regan, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach, and Oliver Milburn also star, with One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn taking charge of writing and directing.

The show won’t premiere until 2015, but check
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Hot TV Teaser: E!’s ‘The Royals’

“In case you’ve forgotten, we are not a normal family.” Indeed. Here’s the first sneak peek at E!‘s maiden scripted effort, which stars Elizabeth Hurley as queen of a fictional British royal clan. Vincent Regan, Haley Lu Richardson, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn also star in The Royals, which the reality-focused cable net ordered to series in March. It is created by Mark Schwahn, who wrote and directs the show and is executive producing with fellow One Tree Hill alums Brian Robbins and Joe Davola. Here’s 20 seconds of what to expect:
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E! Casts Elizabeth Hurley in First Scripted Series

E! will start paying actors to perform after greenlighting its first-ever original scripted series, the network announced Thursday.  The one-hour drama, titled "The Royals," centers on a fictional British royal family set in modern day London. Executive produced by Mark Schwahn, Brian Robbins and Joe Davola, the series is set to debut in 2015.   "'The Royals' will offer a fictional look behind the very public gilded façade of the palace gates to imagine the private, lush, fun, sexy world of the most-watched celebrity family on the planet," stated Jeff Olde, the network's executive vice president of original programming and envelopment. "It's a perfect series to introduce E! viewers to scripted pop culture programming on the network."  The ensemble cast includes Elizabeth Hurley, who plays the queen, Vincent Regan, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach, and Oliver Milburn.  "This team, working on this concept, with this cast, is
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Elizabeth Hurley starring in 'The Royals,' E!'s first original scripted series from 'One Tree Hill' creator

E! is getting into the scripted series game, and right out of the gate the network is promising major drama.

On Thursday (March 6), E! greenlit "The Royals," an hour-long original scripted series from producers of "One Tree Hill" and "Smallville." It is set to premiere in 2015.

The series focuses on a fictional British Royal family set in modern-day London. The family "inhabits a world of opulence and regal tradition that caters to any and every desire, but one that also comes with a price tag of duty, destiny and intense public scrutiny." The family must deal with secrets, romance and high-stakes politics.

"The Royals" stars Elizabeth Hurley, Vincent Regan, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn, and is executive produced, written and directed by Mark Schwahn ("One Tree Hill"). Brian Robbins and Joe Davola ("One Tree Hill," "Smallville") also executive produce.

With producers well
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E! orders its first drama -- about British royals

E! orders its first drama -- about British royals
E! is getting into the scripted biz by ordering a series about a fictional British royal family.

Set in — and filmed in — modern London, The Royals will star Elizabeth Hurley as Queen Helena, who fiercely protects the family image. The cast also includes Vincent Regan, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn. Here’s the official network description: The Royals pits public perception of the royal family against the reality of life inside the castle walls, from the lavish parties and high stakes political summits, to the private family gatherings and secret romances. However
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E! gets into scripted programming with 'The Royals'

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E! gets into scripted programming with 'The Royals'
According to Deadline, E! has picked up its very first scripted series (well, if you don't count any of the Kardashian-centric shows). "The Royals" is a one-hour drama about a fictional bunch of British royals set in modern-day London. The show is supposed to be framed by the story of "Hamlet" and capture the "regal opulense" of the British monarchy. Produced by Brian Robbins and Joe Davola, the show was created by "One Tree Hill"'s Mark Schwann, who wrote and directed "The Royals." E! is clearly going whole hog with "The Royals," which will be shot in Great Britain. The show stars Elizabeth Hurley, Vincent Regan, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn. The story centers on Prince Liam (Moseley), who moves up a notch in the pecking order after his brother is killed in a military training accident. Liam loves a young American woman,
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