Borgia (2011– )
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Ondata di calore 

Alessandro and Cesare visit a Striga to predict Cesare's future. She foresees five deaths over the course of the summer that will change Cesare's life. The Borgia, Orsini, Medici and Cibo ... See full summary »

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Kyle Bradstreet (story editor), Kyle Bradstreet (teleplay) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Nicolás Belmonte Nicolás Belmonte ... Shahzadeh Djem
John Bradley ... Giovanni de Medici
Marco Calvani ... Christoforo Castanea
Kevin Michael Clarke Kevin Michael Clarke ... Silvestro Gentile di Viterbo (as Kevin Clarke)
Dejan Cukic ... Giuliano della Rovere
Karel Dobrý ... Giovanni Colonna
John Doman ... Rodrigo Borgia
Isolda Dychauk ... Lucrezia Borgia
Marta Gastini ... Giulia Farnese
Eva Jenickova ... Striga (as Eva Jenícková)
Udo Kier ... Pope Innocent VIII
Art Malik ... Francesc Gacet
Rudolf Martin ... Francheschetto Cibo
Adam Misík ... Goffredo Borgia
Barbora Mudrová Barbora Mudrová ... Maddalena di Lorenzo de' Medici
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Alessandro and Cesare visit a Striga to predict Cesare's future. She foresees five deaths over the course of the summer that will change Cesare's life. The Borgia, Orsini, Medici and Cibo dine together to celebrate their new alliance: Giovanni de Medici is now a Cardinal, Juan is Duke of Gandia and Maddalena de Medici is married to the Pope's son, Franceschetto Cibo. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

10 July 2011 (Italy) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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The city of Constantinople was not renamed to Istanbul by Europeans until 1930, it was not renamed to Istanbul after the conquest of 1453. See more »

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[first lines]
Johann Burchard: [narrating] July, 1492. Rome and the Papal States are ruled by one authority.
Pope Innocent VIII: [conducting mass in Latin]
Johann Burchard: He is advised by the College of Cardinals, comprised of a vicious man, sons, of thrones, ruling families. They all hate each other.
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