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“Saving Mr. Banks,” which is rated “PG-13” and opens wide on Dec. 20, 2013, also stars Paul Giamatti, Colin Farrell, Jason Schwartzman, Annie Rose Buckley, Ruth Wilson, Bradley Whitford, B.J. Novak, Lily Bigham, Kathy Baker, Melanie Paxson, Andy McPhee, Rachel Griffiths and Ronan Vibert from director John Lee Hancock and writers Kelly Marcel and Sue Smith.
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Episodes: 29 (hour)
TV show dates: April 3, 2011 -- June 16, 2013
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Jeremy Irons, Francois Arnaud, Holliday Grainger, Lotte Verbeek, David Oakes, Colm Feore, Peter Sullivan, Aidan Alexander, Ronan Vibert, Joanne Whalley, Sean Harris, Ruta Gedmintas, Luke Pasqualino, Mickey Sumner, Simon McBurney, Michel Muller, and Mark Noble.
TV show description:
Set in 15th century Italy at the height of the Renaissance, this history-based TV series chronicles the corrupt rise of patriarch Rodrigo Borgia (Jeremy Irons) to the papacy, following the death of Pope Innocent VIII. Once in power, Rodrigo proceeds to commit every sin imaginable to amass and retain power, influence, and enormous wealth for himself and his family.
Aiding him in his endeavors are his two sons, Cesare (Francois Arnaud) and Juan (David Oakes). Cesare was forced »
Feature Rachael Kates 10 Apr 2013 - 07:20
Warning: as an introduction to the show, this feature contains mild character and plot spoilers.
This Sunday sees the return of Showtime drama The Borgias in the Us. The plot is deceptively simple: it’s the story of the Borgia family living their lives in Rome. It just so happens this family’s father is the Pope, and this is the 1490s. It's a different playing field from your average family drama.
That's just the tip of the Borgia iceberg, and here are a few more points to whet your palate while we await the Sunday night premiere.
Because I'm the Pope, That's Why
Since this is, in its way, a family show, we have to start with the trunk of the Borgia »
Starring Jeremy Irons, David Oakes, Luke Pasqualino, Ronan Vibert, Holliday Grainger, Lotte Verbeek and others, The Borgias tells the story of a corrupt Spanish family in Rome whose patriarch manipulates his way into the highest areas of power.
The Blu-ray and DVD edition of The Borgias: Season 2 will include the following bonus features:
Californication: Season 5 preview World of Borgias Sho Original: Interviews and Behind the Scenes Dexter: Season 7, Episodes 1 & 2 House of Lies: Season 1, Episodes 1 & 2
Click here to pre-order The Borgias: Season 2 on Blu-ray for $45.99 at Amazon.com, 30% off the $65.99 list price. »
4 items from 2013
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