Reign – Thursday, April 23rd at 9pm on CW50 – MARY’S ACTIONS DRIVE CONDE INTO THE ARMS OF ANOTHER…QUEEN — Mary (Adelaide Kane), with the threat of England looming, aligns herself with France and thus, the ailing Francis (Toby Regbo). 76 more words
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REIGN – Thursday, March 19th at 9pm on CW50 – MARY IS IN DANGER OF BEING EXPOSED — When Catherine (Megan Follows) becomes suspicious that Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Condé (Sean Teale) are having an affair, Mary risks Catherine discovering just how deep her betrayal goes. 76 more words
REIGN Thursday, March 12th at 9pm on CW50 – FRANCIS MAKES A BOLD PROPOSITION — When King Antoine (guest star Ben Aldridge) threatens to tell Francis (Toby Regbo) of Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Condé’s (Sean Teale) evolving relationship, Francis makes a shocking move. 62 more words
REIGN – Thursday, February 5th at 9pm on CW50 – FRANCIS AND MARY REUNITE AS THEY LEARN OF ENGLAND’S PLAN FOR RETRIBUTION — As the castle prepares for the Winter’s Ease Feast, King Antoine (guest star Ben Aldridge) of Navarre reveals to Francis (Toby Regbo) and Mary (Adelaide Kane) England’s plan for revenge against France. 72 more words
As costume designer for the teen-oriented period drama Reign, Meredith Markworth-Pollack faced a peculiar question: How does one transform Mary Queen of Scots into Mary, queen of the OMG generation? 1,053 more words
The CW has released promotional photos for episode 2×06 of Reign, titled “Three Queens,” which airs Thursday, Nov. 6.
Here’s the previously-released synopsis:
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MARY AND CATHERINE GO UNDERCOVER — Upon encountering a mob of angry peasants, Queens Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Catherine (Megan Follows) find themselves concealing their true identities after being forced to abandon their carriage and escape into the woods.
[Spoilers from episode 1 below]
“I want to be a different kind of queen. One my husband is proud of.” — Mary
The Black Death is sweeping the kingdom, and no one is safe (except those who are historically safe — we can breathe easy for all of them). 517 more words