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Oscar® winner Jeremy Irons returns in season three of The Borgias in his Golden Globe® nominated role as Pope Alexander. After surviving a near fatal assassination attempt, he responds with an iron will by ruthlessly purging the Vatican of anyone who might be disloyal to him. Alexander’s true master plan is to establish the Papacy as a hereditary monarchy across the heart of Italy – for father and son to rule the world. But he must come to accept that his children are independently ready to wield their own power. Cesare (Francois Arnaud), now the military prince and daring guerrilla fighter, is so eager for action that he comes perilously close to war with his own father’s army. His sister Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) is equally frustrated when her husband, the Neapolitan prince Alfonso, proves to be a disappointment. Feeling desperate to secure a future for herself and her child, she enters the dangerous fray of Neapolitan politics and learns the art of poisoning. As their passions grow, and as mistrust of all others becomes more ingrained, the siblings finally give in to their desires and embark on a passionate incestuous relationship. With both that scandalous secret and the unspoken agonies of Juan’s death lingering between them, the family is riven by paranoia and suspicion. THE BORGIAS is a Canadian-Irish-Hungarian Treaty co-production. Academy Award®-winning director and Emmy nominee Neil Jordan serves as creator, executive producer, writer and director of select episodes. Jack Rapke, Darryl Frank, John Weber, Sheila Hockin and James Flynn also serve as executive producers.

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Oscar® winner Jeremy Irons returns in season three of The Borgias in his Golden Globe® nominated role as Pope Alexander. After surviving a near fatal assassination attempt, he responds with an iron will by ruthlessly purging the Vatican of anyone who might be disloyal to him. Alexander’s true master plan is to establish the Papacy as a hereditary monarchy across the heart of Italy – for father and son to rule the world. But he must come to accept that his children are independently ready to wield their own power. Cesare (Francois Arnaud), now the military prince and daring guerrilla fighter, is so eager for action that he comes perilously close to war with his own father’s army. His sister Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) is equally frustrated when her husband, the Neapolitan prince Alfonso, proves to be a disappointment. Feeling desperate to secure a future for herself and her child, she enters the dangerous fray of Neapolitan politics and learns the art of poisoning. As their passions grow, and as mistrust of all others becomes more ingrained, the siblings finally give in to their desires and embark on a passionate incestuous relationship. With both that scandalous secret and the unspoken agonies of Juan’s death lingering between them, the family is riven by paranoia and suspicion. THE BORGIAS is a Canadian-Irish-Hungarian Treaty co-production. Academy Award®-winning director and Emmy nominee Neil Jordan serves as creator, executive producer, writer and director of select episodes. Jack Rapke, Darryl Frank, John Weber, Sheila Hockin and James Flynn also serve as executive producers.

© The Borgias (c) 2013 Borg Films kft / LB Television Productions Limited/Borgias III Productions Inc. A Hungary – Ireland- Canada Co-Production. All Rights Reserved.

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