The Borgias

TV Show (2011 - 2013)

The Borgias
Rodrigo Borgia schemes his way into becoming pope and elevates his sons into high offices. Fiction drama starring Jeremy Irons.
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 3 Episode 10: The Prince

    The pope sets his sights on not only deposing Caterina Sforza, but also establishing a hereditary monarchy to enshrine his family's supremacy for ever. After reconciling with his father, Cesare is in charge of the papal army and comes up with an ingenious plan to shatter Naples' defences, while also taking drastic action to win back Lucrezia. Last-ever episode of the historical drama, starring Jeremy Irons and François Arnaud

  • Season 3 Episode 9: The Gunpowder Plot

    Lucrezia escapes her captors and is reunited with her brother, arousing suspicion in Alfonso that theirs is no conventional sibling relationship, while Micheletto flees after killing his treacherous lover. Cesare turns his attention to arming the troops, but is enraged to learn his father has cornered the sulphur market - leaving him unable to manufacture gunpowder for his weapons

  • Season 3 Episode 8: Tears of Blood

    The Jubilee celebrations for 1500 bring thousands of pilgrims to the Vatican to see the sacred Spear of Longinus, but they are soon diverted by a 'miracle' created by Caterina in Forli. Lucrezia oversees Frederigo's coronation and her investiture as Neapolitan ambassador, but the new monarch reveals his true colours and takes her hostage. The pope hatches a plot with his new Jewish ally Mattai to rout the Turkish fleet once and for all, while Micheletto discovers Pascal is a spy

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  • suskaup
    2 years ago, suskaup said:
    It is great: characters, sets, costumes, dialog... However, since I know Alexander VI did a great deal to rebuild Rome and was an important patron of the arts, I would really like to have some of that "parallel history" in the series. Report abuse
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