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The Borgias: Season 3 (2013)

Jeremy Irons , François Arnaud , David Leland , Jon Amiel  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Jeremy Irons, François Arnaud, Holliday Grainger, Peter Sullivan, Sean Harris
  • Directors: David Leland, Jon Amiel, Kari Skogland, Neil Jordan
  • Writers: Neil Jordan, Guy Burt
  • Producers: Neil Jordan, James Flynn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Showtime Ent.
  • DVD Release Date: August 6, 2013
  • Run Time: 516 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (221 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BYEWLIU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,870 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Borgias: Season 3" on IMDb

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Oscarr winner Jeremy Irons stars in THE BORGIAS, the saga of history's most infamous crime family. Conspiring with his ruthless sons and poisonously seductive daughter, the charismatic Rodrigo Borgia will let nothing and no one stand in the way of his relentless quest for wealth and power. Mercilessly cruel and defiantly decadent, intimidation and murder are his weapons of choice in his scandalous ascension to the papacy in Renaissance-era Italy.

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76 of 79 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love the show.. HATE IT'S BEEN CANCELED!!!! June 18, 2013
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A must have if you like historical dramas! This show has everything, except a channel to keep airing it on! So disgusted with Showtime for cancelling this series. It was magnificent! Join our fan campaign to bring about a season 4! We want more! We want our ending, and the finale was not IT! facebook.com/bringbacktheborgias! And sign our petition!!!!
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful
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The third season of The Borgias has concluded on Showtime and what a ride it has been!

The Spaniard pope, Rodrigo Borgia, is reeling from the revelation that his eldest child, Cesare, is responsible for the murder of his beloved son, Juan (Cesare confesses during the second season finale!). A rift is formed between the Borgia patriarch and his heir, leading Cesare to seek advancement through defiance, intrigue, and warfare. Rodrigo is, reasonably, fearful of Cesare's actions, but he finds himself dependent on his son's cunning stratagem to create a Borgia empire. Meanwhile, Lucrezia Borgia finds herself married to a naive, young prince from Naples who offers very little aid when she deals with his troublesome relatives who look down on her bastard Borgia (aka Spanish) lineage and illegitimate son. If that's not enough, Cesare and Lucrezia are on the cusp of finally consummating their unspoken sexual attraction. Is incest a taboo even a Borgia would refuse to commit?

This season simply left me breathless!

The scenery, the props, the costumes, the cinematography, the direction, the acting are all sumptuously (yes, sumptuously in the most decadent, delicious way) and expertly handled. Very few television shows give their audience such a cinematic viewing. Taking in an episode of The Borgias is a heady experience that leaves me craving the next installment. This season is must have for any TV lover!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bring back the Borgias June 11, 2013
By Lauren
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Francois is great in the Borgias. I am part of Bring Back the Borgias group and we have a page on Facebook. If you wish to help us get our 4th season then visit our page!!
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The BORGIAS worlds 1st crime family May 28, 2013
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This is in my humble opinion one of the finest SHOWTIME series ever made! If you like intrigue, spying, lust, murder & down right nastiness! How true to history this series is I don't know but what I do know its acting is superb, scripts keeps the viewers interest! This show makes you want to come back for more! Also see seasons one & two this show just gets better & better as it goes!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Season yet of The Borgias July 10, 2013
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The Borgias is IMO the best TV Show ever produced. It has everything. Best writing, beautiful costumes, makeup and hair, scenery, lighting, music and choir and not to forget a fantastic group of amazing actors to carry it off. Jeremy Irons (Rodrigo Borgia - patriarch) who becomes Pope Alexander V1, Francois Arnaud as his highly intelligent and ambitious son Cesare Borgia, Holiday Grainger, his beautiful and savvy daughter Lucrezia, Sean Harris as the loyal and dangerous Michelletto, Cesare's bodyguard and friend, Joanne Whalley as Vanozza dei Cattenei, Rodrigo's ex mistress and mother of the children, and Lotte Verbeek as Julia Farnese, Rodrigo's younger mistress, David Oakes as Juan Borgia in S1 and S2 but not in S3. These group of outstanding actors are the glue that holds together the fabric of the storyline from 1492 to about 1501 - ably assisted by Peter Sullivan as Cardinal Sforza and Gina McKee as Caterina Sforza, the Borgia's enemy and Colm Feore as Guiliano della Rovere the Borgias arch nemesis. Not to forget Julian Bleach's marvellous portrayal of Niccholo Machiavelli and Simon MacBurney's Johann Burchardt.

Neil Jordan has brilliantly plotted a storyline close to actual history in the telling of The Borgias. There is never a dull moment, the scenes build beautifully and the editing is superb. Action scenes with Renaissance weaponry is amazing as are the scenery and props. Direction in Season 3 has been a lot tighter too and all the threads are well linked between episodes.

The Borgias is a visual feast, providing passion, plotting, curruption, ambition and politics all wrapped up in the marvellous package of Neil Jordan's visionary expose of Renaissance Italy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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A continuation of the Borgias' story and in the end all you want is Cesera and Lucretia (Not sure if I spelt that right) to end up together, regardless of the blood relationship "issue." Remember it's the 1500s and that wasn't such a foreign thing, hence, the "crazy" monarchs. I would have loved a more endearing ending, with more romance but still a great series, sorry to see it end. Hollywood make more historical fiction films. :)
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
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I'm ready for The Borgias:The Third Season but make sure you look at the number of discs, the amount of time, what extras you get IF they ever do a Directors cut so you don't just get a similar product. I've bought both the regular version of The Borgias Season 2 and the Directors Cut Season 2 thinking that there would be extra footage that didn't make it into the 56 minute format on Showtime. The regular Season 2 actually has 4 minutes more than the Directors cut. Go figure.

Let's talk about Season 3 of the Borgias: Without direct spoilers but to let you know what's coming in this season You'll get to see the Pope alive after S2's cliffhanger and how he manages to clear out the sneaky betrayers, Lucrezia's wedding to Alfonso and the aftermath, Micheletto helping everyone but himself, Cesare gaining an army and a wife, Lucrezia manipulating situations without the cunning to see 2 steps ahead in the Chessboard game of life, Cesare and Father having an all out confrontation about past and future actions, Alfonso (from S2) a pawn of just about everyone, Guilia saying goodbye to one and hello to another, the close bond between Rodrigo and Vanozza, the dangerous ego of Rodrigo/Pope Alexander VI w/plans for his family, the dark dance of Lucrezia's desire fulfilled, Catarina Sforza - the Tigress of Forli make pointed appearances, what "happened" to the Hebrews during the time of Alexander's rule of Rome, Cesare taking command of one thing he's always wanted but hesitant, still, until the very end, about taking it all.

There is something about each episode in season 3 that stands out but episode 10 with Lucrezia's opening soliloquy only to end as it does w/an almost ecstasy arch of her neck as she's next to certain characters leaves us all wanting more.
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It surprises me that Season Three of 'The Borgias' has been cancelled by Showtime. Please at least have a closing to the life of 'The Borgias' up to and include Friday, 18 August 1503.
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