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7/10
accuracy be damn
SnoopyStyle8 June 2017
It's 1557 France. Mary (Adelaide Kane), Queen of Scots, has been hidden away at a convent for her safety since age 9. She is engaged to childhood friend Prince Francis, the future King of France. After a failed assassination attempt, she is sent to the French court. King Henry II is tyrannical. Queen Catherine de' Medici (Megan Follows) is a scheming survivor. Nostradamus is her adviser. Sebastian 'Bash' de Poitiers is the King's bastard son. Mary is joined by her friends from Scotland; Aylee, Greer Norwood, Kenna, and Lola. Mary has to navigate the royal court intrigue and the bubbling conflict between Protestants and Catholics. There is the scheming Lord Narcisse, the self-obsessed Princess Claude, and finally Queen Elizabeth of England.

The initial complaint is the myriad of historical inaccuracies. At some point, accuracy be damn. It's a YA romantic drama dressed up in historical costumes. Along with the beautiful and capable younger cast, the show is anchored by veterans Megan Follows and Alan van Sprang. After the departure of van Sprang, others are able to fill the vacuum. Adelaide Kane proves to be a very engaging lead. Eventually, the show does run out of steam and quite frankly history. While it lasted, it has 4 full years of great romantic melodrama.
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5/10
Her-story rather than His-tory
kosmasp23 November 2019
Clever wordplays aside (if I may be so bold to call it that), the essence of what I'm trying to say is that this takes a look and concentrates on women. How accurate they are to their - herstorical actual counterparts, is something I can not quite say. What I can say though, is that this is a pimped telenovela. And by pimped I mean it has more blood than your average show but not nearly enough to make this horrific for the target audience.

I know with all the gender neutral talk and what not, saying that a show is for a certain gender sparks outrage (with some). And yes there are more than enough male examples of loving a telenovela (what is Wrestling if not that, with added fighting), and yes I think I've alienated everybody now. But this is targeted at teens and primarily of the female kind.

Love, relationships and intrigues. Now if that sounds like something you'd enjoy go ahead. I know that once I started, I wanted to watch further. And I really loved the beginning and I quite enjoyed the actors overall, not withstanding them having to say quite a lot of outrageous things that didn't make sense or where just plain describing what I was seeing anyways or putting into words what certain characters were feeling - not a good sign or script if you ask anybody who likes film, movies and tv shows.

So while there are many things wrong and you get your usual soap opera tropes (oh that character is beloved let's bring him/her back no matter if it makes sense or not) - but that's just the way it is. As is with characters swinging this way or that way, creating drama out of thin air ... or being completely tension filled if you get sucked in I reckon.

Whatever the case, if you are in the target audience you'll love it, if you're not better tread carefully
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5/10
Mary, Queen of Soap....
CinemaSerf25 June 2020
This is a terribly sterile, unsexy and over-scripted series rescued - at times - by Megan Follows as the manipulative Catherine de Medici but otherwise having little to recommend it to anyone. Based, very loosely, on the early life of Mary, Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane) at the court of King Henry II, where she has been betrothed since an infant to the Dauphin (Toby Regbo). The series uses a considerable degree of cinematic licence as we follow her well documented trials and tribulations as she navigates the conspiracies of the French court; but it does it without any soul - or passion. It needn't have been an HBO romp-along; but there are just way too many 'pretty' actors delivering pedestrian scripts; set-piece plots and mysteries and even when things do get a touch romantic (they never get raunchy) we take comfort in a folk-style soundtrack and some lovely shots of what are, admittedly, some fine locations. Follows makes sure that there are plenty of conspiracies to keep up her end of the bargain, but Regbo and the gorgeous, but totally pointless character of "Bash" (Torrance Coombs) seem there to add looks but little else to this really mediocre telling of what must have been an extremely eventful few years in peril and love for the Queen.
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7/10
Kudos despite the inaccuracies
phd_travel28 October 2013
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Anything that gets CW audiences interested in history should be applauded. I liked the lighter tone of the show. There have been too many overly sexual and perverse historical dramas like the Borgias so this one is a good compromise for younger audiences.

There are some incongruous things about the show so I'll get them out of the way. For example Mary should have slightly redder hair to look more Scottish. The Aussie actress Adelaide Kane has looks that grow on you - she is prettier than the stills suggest. She looks like a prettier version of Michelle Trachtenberg. Also the French court is filmed in a grand hotel in Ireland 'Ashford Castle' and it doesn't look French at all. A French château would have white walls and darker pointed roofs. This one has a very British Isles castle look even if it is lovely. The French speak with British accents but I guess it would have been too hard to have them faking French accents all through. The music is a bit modern but that's okay. Also the ladies in waiting act like they are in 'Pretty Little Liars' or 'Gossip Girl'.

The casting of the older characters isn't that great. The actor playing King Henry isn't regal enough. Megan Follows is a bit expressionless as Catherine de Medici. She isn't very Queen like. Illegitimate Sebastian looks a bit old to be a love interest. It will be interesting to see if the predictions of Nostradamus will come to pass.

In the end despite the faults it's still a fascinating story and I enjoyed it. Some inaccuracies are forgivable if they want to entice the target audience into the show. The court intrigue romantic entanglements and assassination attempts are exciting enough. More than enough for a 15 year old girl to handle.
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7/10
Silly and inaccurate, but it's so much fun anyway
MissSimonetta22 November 2014
The history buff within me reviles this show. The female costumes are so off from what was worn in 16th century Europe; they look more like a 21st century dream of the Renaissance. The melodrama is over-the-top and sometimes silly. The characters are all,of course, much more attractive than they were in real life.

But in the end, I don't care. This show is fun. The costumes, while inaccurate to the point of hilarity, are gorgeous. The music is ethereal and contemporary, somehow integrating well with the faux-history of this story. The atmosphere is perfect. And the actors do a fantastic job, even with all of the hokum they play with.

All in all, a great guilty pleasure of mine. Long may it reign.
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8/10
A Pretty Good Show but for What Audience?
pensman3 November 2013
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I doubt if anyone is watching this for historical accuracy, at least I hope not, but it is a pretty good show as it actually features young actors who can act, a decent plot, and nice scenery. The young queen and her attendants are more advertisements for attractive prom dresses during court scenes, and the music is certainly a lot more hip than Mary, Queen of Scots, would have ever heard but every thing comes together nicely. Definitely one of the more intelligent shows to appear on TV which should doom it. But I hope some audience discovers the show as it deserves a run of at least a few seasons. And who knows; it might even encourage someone to look into the history of the period. And come on; a show with a lecherous king, a plotting queen, Nostradamus having visions of blood and gore, and a castle spook deserves a chance. No doubt they were casting this series with a teenage audience in mind but really, how did they intend to hook that age group with a quasi-historical set piece feature characters they aren't familiar with and could care less about. Somehow they caught a few out of demographic oldsters like me who stopped by to see how they would mangle history but stayed as the wrong audience. Other ancients might like Isabelle in Spanish with subtitles on Hulu.
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7/10
not historical.. works well as 16th century royal-soap-opera
bjarias23 March 2021
1542 - Mary Stuart born Linlithgow Palace, Scotland.. 1543 - crowned Queen of Scots.. 1547 - betrothed to Henry II's heir Francis, dauphin of France.. 1548 - sent to France.. 1558 - marries 14yo Francis.. 1559 - they are crowned king & queen of France.. - 1560 - Francis, Mary's husband, passes away.. 1561 - she returns to Scotland.. 1565 - marries her 19yo cousin Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley.. 1566 - Mary's only child born (James, later king of Scotland & England).. 1567 - her husband Lord Darnley is murdered; she weds James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell.. 1568-87 - held captive in various English prisons.. 1587 - for conspiring to kill Queen Elizabeth, Mary is executed in Great Hall of Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire.. she was 45 years old

... spending-majority of adult life in prison doesn't make for interesting TV viewing... so they warp-wrap time.. w-royal intrigues.. pretty-actors (Kane & Follows are standouts) & totally-magnificent-costumes.. and mostly they pull it off... as it is entertaining majority of its 78 episodes
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7/10
A dramatic somewhat accurate account of history.
Shopaholic358 April 2015
Wow this show is rather dramatic and exciting. And although it does have an aspect of historical accuracy there is also plenty of scandalous drama which is a huge plus. I know a few people have been criticising the artistic direction the creators have taken with this show but if it was factually accurate then nobody would want to watch it. Without the love triangles, mistresses, murder plots and general chaos there would be nothing worth viewing.

I personally can't wait to watch the new episode each week and it has even made me more interested in the true history of Mary Queen of Scots. That in my eyes makes the show a great success.
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6/10
Not that amazing but not bad also, more of a fantasy series
cseabhi24 May 2020
Well if you came to this series for history, you are in not great luck. This is more of a romantic series and the first season will give you some hint. It gets political and historical after that but then also this is a well made series.

Yes, some parts of the series are not that great and becomes boring at times but its likeable also.
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9/10
Beautiful outfits
nightroses7 May 2018
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This series has been entertaining, dark in places, beautiful costumes and great stories. There's a lot of nasty reviews on the internet because it doesn't appeal to everyone. I don't like period dramas but I love "Reign" as it's very good. Some of the episodes are haunting and mysterious. Not everyone is going to like that because they want just fighting, tits and gore. It's a complex series, not too accurate but so what. It isn't a documentary. My only disappointment was the way the series rushed the ending of Mary's life. However it's a beautiful series and moving series.
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3/10
Why is this a 7.5
laragi14 January 2021
Total garbage. Bad acting. The girl in the shadows is just STUPID! I was desperate. I admit it.
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1/10
A typically awful costume drama
Coralknight25 September 2020
I don't know who started the trend of "historical drama" being completely devoid of history. This horrific mess is so completely wrong, it's almost like a version of the 90's classic "Clueless" (no offense to anyone involved in Clueless) meets a high school version of MacBeth. Everything from the costumes, the music (modern rock riffs) the scenery (the castles and monuments were NEW then...not in ruins they are in today!) and above all, the dialogue is just plain off. Nothing new being said, and certainly nothing worth watching.
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10/10
Royal Strategy
Tactrix10 April 2014
I've made a habit of watching all the series that took place around the middle ages, most of them focus on the feuds between countries, massive armies and the like but not this one. Reign is profoundly stand alone in the respect that there are so many different strategies all spinning at the same time, but they do it brilliantly.

We have queen Mary, who is to be the next queen of Scotland desperately trying to decide how to defend her country from being seized by France and kept out of war entirely. We have the young prince Frances who's torn between his love for her and his duty to his country not to mention his family. Queen Catherine who's diabolical and seems to have a plan brewing every step of the way behind the scenes. The king who's gone from a womanizer to mad and who knows what else is to come from him. All of Mary's ladies in waiting who have plot lines revolving around both protecting her and finding their own marriages. Bash who's the king's illegitimate son and has deep feelings for Mary. And dozens of others the just keep popping up.

All of these story lines swirling together makes for an impressively entertaining series not to mention completely unpredictable. Well done, 10/10 keep up the great work.
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3/10
Painful to watch history being trampled
graham-harvey31 October 2021
What were people in the past like? Were they just like teenage girls & models are today? Apparently! Lol! This series is just a disaster in the sense of taking a bunch of girls & putting them in period costumes & letting them behave as they do today! The acting & characters played appear to be exactly like today! Who would have known?!!! Shameful! I can not endure such inaccuracy & confusion. If you are going to depict another time, then study it, learn about cultural norms of the time & demonstrate it in the way people speak & what they speak & do. No wonder there is so much confusion in our world now, because so many things are being depicted in no way depicting reality. Just another pathetic soap with a bunch of pretty girls finding their womanhood, looking for Prince Charming! And finding their emancipation when that actually was to wait another 300 years!
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8/10
season 3 reign
Caglatureray24 October 2015
i have been a loyal follower to Reign, i have even not been disturbed by the fact that history was not represented accurately, that the TV show was mainly a fantasy plot, and that the clothing/food do represent the history in a wrong way.

However, one thing really hit me in season 3. I am seriously disturbed by the way how Queen Elizabeth has been portrayed in season 3. she is shown as a weak character. although i understand that the main character is Mary and the plot is set up on her character, it does not mean that Elizabeth should be downgraded as such. I am horribly disappointed.
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2/10
Completely unwatchable
Barry016919 October 2013
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I love historic shows, but this one doesn't qualify. The characters are real (though hardly realistic), but that's about it. I've read several books on Mary and most of the incidents in this episode are not in line with what happened. A quick reading on Wikipedia will show the inconsistencies. We're supposed to believe that Francis and Mary are both 14 and that he was frail and sickly? Hardly the image this show presents. The dialog is awful -- using modern language in a quasi-English accent doesn't make it historical. The costumes are completely inappropriate for this time frame. The music was extremely annoying. I honestly can't find one redeeming thing about this show.
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5/10
The Best of Times, the Worst of Times (No Spoilers)
dishlady697 June 2017
I just finished watching all four seasons. Megan Follows gives a surprisingly convincing (and humorously melodramatic) performance as Katherine de Medici and Adelaide Kane is refreshing on screen. The ladies in waiting all had very over-the-top subplots to the point of being unpleasant, especially when coupled with the very annoying Rose Williams (who is a rather poor actress) and Anastasia Phillips (who clearly is meant to be the close-minded and petty opposite of all the other female side characters in the series). (Seriously, I can't tell you how happy I was when I thought Williams' character was going to be shelved by a plot twist.)

Thankfully Torrance Coombs is around to keep some of the more blood- drenched episodes in check. There's quite a lot of eye candy including cameo appearances from hunky actors from Hallmark, etc.

Mark Ghanimé -- LOL -- no spoilers.

The wild-eyed Rachel Skarsten as Elizabeth I? Sigh. Skip ahead. There are lots of other royals to follow in the series.

Basically, if you're into the (very TRUE) crazy winding story of European royals and how their fates intertwine, this series has its moments. If you're looking for an accurate portrayal of Elizabethan court -- or of history in general -- this isn't the best program for you.

Season 1 was well done; Season 2 still held its ground. By Season 3 it feels like the producers were stretching -- amusing moments, but not the same. By Season 4 you can't stop watching but really just want to get to the end and for all the annoying characters reach their final scene.

No spoilers... watch it if you don't mind all the anomalies. Dragged-out plot aside, Follows and Kane really carry the majority of the show, with support by Coombs, Parker, Regbo and Macpherson.
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1/10
Teenage period garbage!
bellab19722 December 2014
I love most period shows but Reign is obviously piggy backing on Game of Thrones but for teen girls who don't know any better!

I understand this is loosely based on history but don't reference Mary Queen of Scots and make her a teenager who wears some shockingly bad "supposedly" period dresses and has a terrible English accent! I suppose her accent is better than the cockney scrubbers who are also suppose to be royalty!

The acting is atrocious, the costumes are a joke and the storyline is for very young girls who haven't gone through the change and don't know any better!

This show is taking up valuable TV time which could be filled with a decent show! I have tried to watch Reign so many times just in case it got better over time, but it just got worse! The very last time I will ever gave this garbage a go was after seeing a young girl having sex with the "King" and being a dominatrix ordering the King around, blah, blah blah! Absolute crap!

It would be comforting to learn teenagers were intelligent enough to find this insulting as it is aimed at simpletons, but, alas, teenagers actually watch this show!
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It's good, but wrong on many accounts.
ivegonemod26 December 2013
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I think it's a good show. The acting is well enough, and it isn't boring.

I do have some problems with the show: #1 Mary is supposed to be 15 I believe, and Francis is supposed to be two years younger, which would make him 13. Clearly that is not what the show is presenting. Francis is sickly and dies at age 16, but the guy playing the role is already 22! Francis looks in perfect health here, and you just can't fabricate somebody's death. Are we supposed to believe that Francis dies well after 16, or are we supposed to believe that the actor is 13, and still has three years left in him? #2 How hard is it to be factual when it comes to attire? The white queen may have some historical untruths going on, but the production was what it should have been.

On this show, girls wear sleeveless dresses in public like it is normal. I don't think that would have ever happened. Why have that go on? Why show the girls in little cap sleeve dresses as well? What is wrong with dressing like the time period? #3 The soundtrack. I like it, but come on. Mumford and sons? #4 What is with the accents? Everybody has some strange English accent, no matter where they are from, only Tomas of Portugal had some other kind.
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7/10
It Should Been In BBC Channel
BatBanks6 May 2014
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Reign is about the teenage life of young Mary, Queen of Scots who's engaged to King Henry II and Queen Catherine de Medici's son, Francis. Danger and intrigue lurk around the castle; assassination plot and many more. The series is Game of Thrones meet Marie Antoinette (playing modern music) with Gossip Girl in the mix. The series has good costume design and good looking guys (Francis and his half-brother) and full of British, Austrailian and Candanian actors. The girls in the series can't act and they speak modern language and stuff they should'nt do in that time period. Some there are fictional; King Henry II had a son from his mistress, Diane de Poiters and four Mary's has nickname (so it would not be confusing). Catherine de Medici is strong woman she little bit remind of Livia (Claudius's grandmother in I, Claudius) she will do anything to protect her son. The series should not be in CW Network when has shows like Gossip Girl and The Carrie Diaries. But I still little enjoys the series.
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1/10
Adelaide Kane can't act....
hthbrr224 May 2014
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That's really the only summary I could give of this show. As I gave this show a chance I could not help but to say "Where have I seen this Mary actress before?" Then, BOOM! I recalled it was from none other than MTV's Teen Wolf.

That is when I got really confused...she played a Hale sister. A very random character to be sure. We were told that the Hales were killed in a fire...then she pops up, what? It's almost as if Kane had connections and was written in for the show. All I recall of her was that she could not act. It was so odd that such a bad actress was shoehorned into a show with pretty strong acting. Not only that but her character made no sense....she was in the show for so little that it was even more weird. They made her some important person then she vanished. What? Why not just give her a temp role like that guy that says "the bathroom is down the hall to the left"?

So it was beyond odd that anyone would give her her own show no less. It is so out of place. Especially since the rest of the cast is so strong. Very odd....

Anyways the show itself is (rap. The plots are hard to believe, and most of the cast try their best with the juvenile material they are given. This is basically targeted to the young. I mean it's on the CW what do you expect? Many times people have pointed out the historical inaccuracies; Mary's life was not this way, people did not have English accents, people did not dress half naked like that, etc... AGAIN it's the CW...so of course it's not historically accurate.

I would enjoy this show as a 'turn your brain off and enjoy TV show' BUT Kane's acting is SO bad it's distracting. I see these seasoned actors give these performances, best they can do with what the writers hand them, then I see her struggle to act. She is overly emotional. I mean sure Mary is under stress, but it's over the top. Not even good hammy, just bad. Like Emma Watson in the Harry Potter movies.

It seems as if people just like this girl, so they give her a pass. Or perhaps they can relate to her, since they can't act either and are living vicariously through her? I really don't get the praise this girl is getting. I get the praise for most of the other actors on this show, but not her. It's funny when her ladies in waiting outshine her. Even guest stars have outshined her, yet she gets a show? That's Hollywood for you. A strange business where likability sells, no talent needed. As long as people like you, you are set.

Also strange that this show got renewed but Star-Crossed also on the CW got cancelled. People would rather watch a sexist show about the past, then an advanced show about the future where women are treated equally to men. Strange what people value. I guess people like to be stuck in the past. But I like to look to the future. I LOVE shows like Star Trek, where it's said we have peace, women have full rights, and seek out knowledge. People would rather watch a backwards show then a forward thinking show....just wow. People need to have better values.
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5/10
Very disappointing after having watched the Borgias and the Tudors.
Mork_the_Borg3 March 2018
Mmm... after having watched The Borgias and The Tudors, which are both fantastic productions, Reign is highly, highly, highly disappointing. Should have read the reviews first. The story-line is messy, sloppy, historically inaccurate and just way, way too fast - there's just no time to connect to the series, the scenes or the actors. The main actors seem too young and inexperienced and it feels like they simply don't want to put their souls into the roles. It's a bit like "hé look at me I'm an actor and I'm so cool" - that really sucks and doesn't do it for me. Also the music is horrible and simply doesn't belong in the medieval time-frame that the series is supposed to be playing in. All in all, it feels the whole production is rushed and both the production team and the actors are under some very high levels of caffeine for most of the time. Sometimes less is more and slowing down a bit would have made this series a lot better already - there's simply no eye for detail in the series. If you want to watch Reign, then I would recommend watching Reign first, then the Tudors and finally the Borgias.
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9/10
Loved it
debejere30 August 2017
I loved this show. All you whiners, it is historically pretty spot on. Well it hit the basics. And if you needed more. My goodness there are so many books for that. If it had kiddos watching - yea for Reign. It is not, was not a documentary for boring critics. Great show - I'm 64 and cried, it truly touched me. Costumes, music, updated do the kids could relate. So refreshing. Laughed, cried, worried, hated, emotionally felt a part of this series. Sorry you 1 posters didn't get it. To the actors - thank you.
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7/10
PURPLE BLACK& BLUE REIGN - Good Show
Gorgeous sets, wardrobe, and people. It's fiction with a smattering of history thrown in.

Reign portrays local and global politics, and powerful superstition which are the plot drivers, as Mary walks the tightrope of the French court, the English threat, her subjects, her ladies, and her fiance.

People who love period pieces will like it. Watching their portrayal of Nostradamus is one of the best things they offer. He's never dull.

Then feel is a little lite. It's somewhere between a Hallmark movie and a serious sweeping historical drama. Writer LACY BAUGHER put it best when she wrote: "In a lot of ways, Reign is basically Forever 21's idea of medieval prom come to life."

That wasn't intended to criticize the show, but rather to set expectations. I've just completed season 1 and intend to stick with it.
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2/10
Worst historical drama ever made
maitreg30 June 2021
This show had an interesting premise, and it could have been interesting and worth watching if ANYONE writing or producing this show had made any effort whatsoever to learn or re-tell any of the history surrounding any of the main characters.

As it is, this is a ridiculous teeny-bop joke-of-a-show clearly aimed at pre-teen girls who have neither any knowledge or appreciation for anything related to European history.

To be clear, this show is horrible: the writing is atrocious with a corn-maze of a plot, the lighting is absurdly bright and always-inappropriate, and the accents make no sense. The only reasons I gave it 2 stars instead of 1 are because the costumes and scenery are beautiful, even if they are laughably out-of-place for the supposed setting of this show.

Unless you're a 12-year-old girl, don't waste your time on this junk. It never should have made it past 1 season.
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