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The Queen of Scotland is a dainty but fierce 15-year-old girl named Mary. Reign follows her journey as she re-enters French court after spending her adolescence at a convent. She is torn by her duty to Scotland and her burgeoning love for Francis, her betrothed and future king of France. It is easy to see that these two have strong chemistry, but where do their alliances lie? It is not easy to trust a foreigner in royal court of intrigue.

Mary is constantly on the lookout for threats against her life and crown. Luckily, she has a group of lively young friends who help distract her from the harsh reality of her place in French court. The costumes and music are not directly representative of the era, but the package is light and entertaining. Do not expect accurate details or a story that is based on the real lives of the people involved.

Side characters include an attractive Notradamas, who tells the future to an overbearing Catherine de Medici. One cannot forget the sly and mysterious half brother of Francis, Sebastian. He is a favorite of the King and the son of his mistress, Diane de Poitiers. Reign is a must see for historical fiction lovers.

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Thursday 9:00 PM et/pt on The CW
2 Seasons, 30 Episodes - Currently Airing
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  • When Vatican inquisitors punish Protestants, tension mounts between Mary and Francis. Meanwhile, Condé is abducted after he makes a bold declaration; Catherine fails to find a suitor for Claude; and Narcisse gives Lola a ride home.

  • The sexy and careless Princess Claude makes an unexpected visit home. Greer's wedding tour ends suddenly.

  • To protect themselves, Mary and Catherine must hide their identities when they encounter a mob of angry peasants. Lola wants to become independent.

  • Tension erupts between the Catholics and the Protestants. Francis receives a gift from his dead father. Kenna makes an unexpected discovery.

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