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In season 3, Da Vinci's Demons is getting harder and harder to follow...
This review contains spoilers.
3.5 Anima Venator
Da Vinci's Demons has been kind of problematic for me throughout its third season thus far. It seems like everything is different, all the ideas of the first two seasons are just scrambled up to make everything a muddled, grey mess. Are the Sons of Mithras the bad guys? Are the Labyrinth bad guys? Sure, when you look at the surface, it's the bad guys like Carlo Medici and Riario involved in the Labyrinth and the Sons of Mithras have Leo's old ally Al-Rahim Aka The Turk (Alexander Siddig) and the true pope, Francesco (James Faulkner). However, one side is fighting to defend Italy and the other wide is actively assaulting and killing the people of the peninsula and by extension the Catholic Church.
Stuck in the middle are Florence and its famous son, »
There can be no TV series finales without TV series and season premieres. Da Vinci's Demons, which Starz cancelled in July 2015, finds itself at the beginning of its own end. "Semper Infidelis," kicks off the third and final season on Starz, Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 8:00pm Et/Pt (check local listings). In the run up to season three, the premium cable channel is airing past episodes and is streaming some online, too. See Starz, for more information.
The Da Vinci's Demons cast includes: Tom Riley, Laura Haddock, Elliot Cowan, Gregg Chillin, Eros Vlahos, Blake Ritson, David Schofield, Lara Pulver, and Hera Hilmar. To help ready you for the third and final season of Da Vinci's Demons, below, please find "Da Vinci's Demons: Season Three Official Trailer," and "Da Vinci's Demons: The Final Season." Enjoy!
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2 items from 2015
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