Borgia: Faith and Fear 2 Seasons 2011
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1. 1492 After a heated argument with della Rovere, Rodrigo convinces Pope Innocent to name King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain, "Most Catholic Majesty". The Medici give a bankrupted Pope Innocent a loan to pay off his son's gambling debts, in…
2. 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 dine together to celebrate their new alliance: Giovanni de…
3. A Sacred Vow Bells toll as the rioting has ended temporarily. Cesare returns to Pisa, where he meets in secret with a pregnant Fiametta, fearful of Rodrigo discovering his unborn son.
4. Wisdom of the Holy Spirit The Conclave continues, as no single Cardinal has received enough votes to be elected Pope. Rodrigo visits della Porta, hoping to gain his votes, and outlines the consequences of what will happen depending on who is elected Pope -- war with Naples or Milan,…
5. The Bonds of Matrimony Cesare and Alessandro arrive in Spoleto, where Rodrigo has told them to remain, indefinitely. They meet Cesare's new secretary, Agapito Geraldini. Rodrigo is crowned Pope, announcing plans to rebuild St. Peter's, funded by an annual tithe from each…
6. Legitimacy Spanish Ambassador De Haro announces the discovery of a New World by the legendary explorer, Cristofero Colombo. If Rodrigo grants Spain's claim legitimate, King Ferdinand will offer Princess Maria Enriques de Luna's hand in marriage to Juan. Rodrigo…
7. Maneuvers At the Consistory, Carafa announces King Ferrante of Naples is dead. The Cardinals debate the rightful ruler of Naples: Ferrante's son, Prince Alfonso d'Aragona or King Charles of France. Cardinal della Rovere argues in favor of Charles, despite…
8. Prelude to an Apocalypse Milan, della Rovere, the Colonna and the Orsini have all allied with France. Venice, Spain, and the Holy Roman Empire remain uncommitted.
9. The Invasion of Rome As Giulia gives birth, Rodrigo and the remaining Cardinals discuss the state of war. Della Rovere is poised to take over as pope. Switching strategies, Rodrigo gives Charles permission to pass through Rome.
10. Miracles At the French encampment, Djem learns of his son's murder by his brother, Bajazet. Distraught, he falls ill. Cesare uses the opportunity to escape and informs Lucrezia that d'Este is in a hospital in Rome. Lucrezia goes to visit him, where she learns…
11. God's Monster Having learned that his wife died in childbirth, an angry Juan confronts Lucrezia about her role in Maria Enriques' escape. Lucrezia is devastated, firm in her resolve to remain a nun she visits Lucia to ask how she may be "blessed" with…
12. The Serpent Rises Rodrigo addresses the Cardinals. Upon receiving a letter of condolence from della Rovere, Rodrigo invites him back to Rome and dismisses Giulia. After Cesare informs him that Juan killed their halfbrother Pedro Luis, Rodrigo sends him back to Valencia.…
|Starring||John Doman, Mark Ryder|
|Supporting actors||Stanley Weber, Isolda Dychauk, Marta Gastini, Diarmuid Noyes, Andrea Sawatzki, Art Malik, Assumpta Serna, John Bradley, Sean Campion, Dejan Cukic, Karel Dobrý, Michael Fitzgerald, Udo Kier, Jirí Mádl, Victor Schefé, Tereza Vorísková, Richard Southgate, Miroslav Táborský|
|Producers||Steven Bawol, Takis Candilis, Fabrice de la Patelličre, Ferdinand Dohna, Tom Fontana, Barry Levinson, Jan Mojto, Petr Moravec, Michael Schwarz, Aaron Seliquini, Anne Thomopoulos, Klaus Zimmermann|
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The series spends much more time than the Showtime series on the conclave that put Rodrigo Borgia into the Papacy.
Both of them have excellent points and are very entertaining as well though, even if every so often they both butcher the historical accuracy to quite amazing levels.
You get the feeling the Pope character put up his own money to make this because it was the only way he could get work.
A million times better than The Borgia. Darker, rawer, historically more accurate, infinitely more clever,
Passion, life, faith, death. It feels real. Read more
I have watched both versions of Borgia's, this version and the Showtime version. I will say that I liked this version, but I loved the Showtime version. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ChelsieWorl
I really Like this product. the cover is amazing and inside has many options to see the movie and new materialPublished 5 months ago by Andres Castro
I know I'm never going to be fully happy with the veracity of these historical shows; occasionally they (some more often than not) throw in some historical analysis that is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Trinity L. Hall
If your the kind of person that needs a director to go to great lengths to show you why you should respect the characters, love them, hate them, etc etc, then you'll hate this... Read morePublished 6 months ago by U-God
After watching every episode of The Borgias and being disappointed to find out it was canceled, I thought I would give this European production a try. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jericho J.