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King Silas Benjamin (Ian McShane, Deadwood) is the well-entrenched king of Gilboa, whose flag bears a divine butterfly symbol. Silas must deal with the tensions rising between Gilboa and neighboring nation Gath. When several prisoners of war are taken, a young soldier by the name of David Shepard (Chris Egan, Eragon) defies orders and crosses enemy lines to save them. Unknown to David, the soldier he saves is Jack Benjamin (Sebastian Stan, The Covenant), the son of the King. From that day forth, David’s life will never be the same. Susanna Thompson (Once and Again) plays Queen Rose Benjamin, a distant, yet supportive wife. Allison Miller (Lucy’s Piano) stars as King Silas’ beautiful, intelligent and outspoken daughter, Michelle. General Linus Abner (Wes Studi, Comanche Moon), Reverend Ephram Samuels (Eamonn Walker, Oz) and William Cross, Silas’ brother-in-law (Dylan Baker, Spiderman 2), are the forces of influence behind Silas.
|1||HDSous-titres codésVideoGoliath (Pilot)||King Silas Benjamin (Golden Globe winner Ian McShane, “Deadwood”) is the well-entrenched king of Gilboa, whose flag bears a divine butterfly symbol. Gilboa has its capital in Shiloh, a clean new city that is unspoiled by time or litter. Silas must deal with the tensions rising between Gilboa and neighboring nation Gath. When several prisoners of war are taken, a young soldier, David Shepherd (Chris Egan, “Eragon”), defies orders and crosses enemy lines to save them. Unknown to David, the soldier he saves is Jack Benjamin (Sebastian Stan, “The Covenant”), the son of the king. From that day forth, David’s life will never be the same. Also starring Susanna Thompson, Allison Miller, Wes Studi, Eamonn Walker and Dylan Baker.||1:23:08||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|2||HDSous-titres codésVideoProsperity||As Queen Rose (Susanna Thompson) prepares the mansion for the arrival of the Gath military, King Silas (Ian McShane) and General Abner (Wes Studi) plot against David Shepherd (Chris Egan). David's noticeable absence at the peace treaty signing is called into question by Gath's leader, ultimately impeding the ceremony. Meanwhile, William (Dylan Baker) plans to assert his power over the treasury in an attempt to weaken the King. Jack (Sebastian Stan), outraged over his parents’ dismissive treatment decides to go on an impromptu shopping spree. Allison Miller and Eamonn Walker also star.||43:46||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|3||HDSous-titres codésVideoFirst Night||Unbeknownst to Queen Rose (Susanna Thompson), King Silas (Ian McShane) steals away from her first royal ballet event to rush to the bedside of his ailing illegitimate son. While Rose and Jack (Sebastian Stan) scheme to tarnish David's (Christopher Egan) heroic public image with a night out on the town, Reverend Samuels (Eamonn Walker) and the King remain at odds. Allison Miller and Wes Studi also star.||42:47||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|4||HDSous-titres codésVideoInsurrection||King Silas (Ian McShane) uses Port Prosperity to negotiate peace with Gath, forcing David (Christopher Egan) to choose between his King and his family. When citizens begin to rebel against Silas’ decision, Michelle (Allison Miller) gets involved and further complicates the situation. Jack (Sebastian Stan) faces a difficult decision when his uncle, William Cross (Dylan Baker), tries to persuade him to defy his father. Susanna Thompson, Eamonn Walker and Wes Studi also star.||41:36||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|5||HDSous-titres codésVideoJudgment Day||The kingdom prepares for Judgment Day, an annual event where ten cases are chosen for King Silas (Ian McShane) to preside over. When Michelle (Allison Miller) and David (Chris Egan) are forced to compete for the tenth case, their relationship becomes strained. Jack (Sebastian Stan) and Katrina's (guest star Leslie Bibb) relationship intensifies as they conspire to attain more power. The king and queen's nephew Andrew Cross (guest star Macaulay Culkin) returns to the kingdom after years in exile, stirring up old conflicts within the royal family. Susanna Thompson, Eamonn Walker and Dylan Baker also star.||43:22||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|6||HDSous-titres codésVideoBrotherhood||King Silas (Ian McShane) sends Jack (Sebastian Stan) and David (Christopher Egan) to Gath to reinforce the peace agreement. David quickly learns that the trip is much more than just a diplomatic tour when Gath asks for an unusual and dangerous favor. Michelle (Allison Miller) discovers that her health care bill may have created more problems than it solved. Meanwhile, Silas faces the potential crisis of a deadly plague entering his city. Also stars Eamonn Walker, Susanna Thompson, Dylan Baker, and Wes Studi.||42:54||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|7||HDSous-titres codésVideoThe Sabbath Queen||King Silas' (Ian McShane) birthday celebration is interrupted by a citywide blackout that puts the royal family in danger. The blackout gives Michelle (Allison Miller) and David (Christopher Egan) a chance to be alone, and provides Jack (Sebastian Stan) with an opportunity to engage in his secret double life without being noticed. Meanwhile, a decision from Silas' past catches up with him and threatens his future. Also stars Susanna Thompson, Wes Studi and Dylan Baker.||43:00||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|8||HDSous-titres codésVideoPilgrimage||King Silas (Ian McShane) goes on a pilgrimage and takes a surprised David (Chris Egan) with him. While out in the country, David is introduced to the king's hidden life outside the palace walls. Meanwhile, Michelle (Allison Miller) and Jack’s (Sebastian Stan) secret love lives are under the threat of being exposed forcing Queen Rose (Susanna Thompson) to take protective action. Susanna Thompson, Dylan Baker and Eamonn Walker also star.||43:02||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|9||HDSous-titres codésVideoChapter One||King Silas (Ian McShane) sends David (Chris Egan) on a quest to recover a national treasure, the Charter of Gilboa. While on the mission, David discovers shocking information about his father’s death. Meanwhile, Jack’s engagement to Katrina (guest star Leslie Bibb) brings grief from Queen Rose (Susanna Thompson) and generosity from Silas. Allison Miller, Dylan Baker and Eamonn Walker also star.||43:05||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|10||HDSous-titres codésVideoJavelin||David (Chris Egan) is arrested for treason and Silas (Ian McShane) puts the trial in Jack's (Sebastian Stan) hands. Meanwhile, an unexpected medical condition pulls Michelle (Allison Miller) away from David's trial and brings her closer to Rose (Susanna Thompson). Also stars Eamonn Walker and Dylan Baker.||43:03||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|11||HDSous-titres codésVideoThe New King, Pt. 1||After imprisoning Jack (Sebastian Stan) and David (Chris Egan) for treason, Silas (Ian McShane) continues with his plan to hand over Port Prosperity to long-time enemy Gath. Meanwhile, Michelle (Allison Miller) seeks a way to keep David alive. Also stars Susanna Thompson and Dylan Baker.||43:02||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|12||HDSous-titres codésVideoThe New King, Pt. 2||Jack (Sebastian Stan) and William (Dylan Baker) make plans for Jack to take his father’s place as King of Gilboa. To everyone’s surprise, Silas (Ian McShane) is alive and David (Chris Egan) escapes Shiloh to warn Silas about the chaos to come. Also stars Allison Miller, Susanna Thompson and Eamonn Walker.||43:17||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
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Weak Writing Driven by Committee
This show is really not very good. The writers appeared to struggle to maintain the action within a commercial break and pander to the cheesiest American sentiment of misguided nationalism imaginable.
Kings should stay and develop
This is a really good show, I've given it some time and hope it sticks around. I'll be watching.
Surprisingly good. I'm guessing that means it'll be cancelled.
Kings must have been nabbed from a parallel universe where TV didn't saw its own head off in a fit of Reality Madness. This series looks too tightly produced, too imaginative, too well acted, and too refreshingly watchable to stay on the air. I can't wait to imagine how the 2nd season would have gone had NBC not axed it and replaced it with Dancing With the Landscapers of the Agents of the Stars.