Versailles, Season 2

Versailles, Season 2

Versailles

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-09-30
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 10
  • iTunes Price: USD 16.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 24.99
7.5/10
7.5
From 25 Ratings

Description

Versailles, 1672-1678. The Franco-Dutch war wages on, Louis XIV (George Blagden) confronts his bitter rival, Guillaume d’Orange, but danger threatens even inside the kingdom and within the court of Versailles itself with the Poison scandal. Between mysticism and obscurity, a dive into the dark side of power, with the king’s downward spiral, and his return towards the light. Louis has completed the first stage of his plan: to build the most beautiful palace in Europe, far away from Paris... and to lock the nobility inside it so as to exercise absolute control over it. But his plan backfires. Louis has created a new civilisation where the courtiers are ready to do anything to get to the Sun. Behind the veneer of etiquette, they dream of money, power, and climbing the social ladder. They will do whatever they have to: morality is waning, and poison spreads...Versailles is rotting. Blinded by his affection for Madame de Montespan, Louis is deaf to the Church’s injunctions. The greatest enemy standing before him is no longer the nobility, nor is it Guillaume d’Orange: the palace that he himself designed could end up becoming his worst enemy.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 The Labyrinth 55:12 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
2 A Still Small Voice 54:30 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
3 Who Will Watch the Watchmen? 52:34 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
4 Miasma 52:07 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
5 War and Peace 55:45 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
6 The Sands of Time 53:02 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
7 A Night 53:51 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
8 Le nouveau régime 52:42 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
9 Seven Shadows 53:42 USD 1.99 Play Now Free
10 Of Blood and Stone 54:20 USD 1.99 Play Now Free

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Reviews

  • Hypnotic

    5
    By Beldan111
    A spectacular series!
  • Blacked out

    5
    By Doctor Skippy
    Wonderful in every aspect but I couldn’t get it in Paris last month. Perhaps the French are too sensitive?
  • Superb

    5
    By Roxnpennies
    History and drama mesh brilliantly in this fresh adaptation of King Louis XIV’s French court. George Blagden plays a perfect Sun King and Alexander Vlahos’ portrayal of Monsieur is genius. Gorgeous settings and costumes add the perfect heart beat to this story. Romance, gossip and betrayal at their best. The perfect way to time travel.

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