In “The End of Mourning”, as Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Francis (Toby Regbo) investigate who was behind the poisoning of King Henry (Alan Van Sprang), they unearth secrets of the past which force Mary to confront her feelings for Condé (Sean Teale) as she attempts to move forward.
Catherine (Megan Follows) finds herself in the middle of a romantic triangle when the Duke of Guise (Gil Darnell) returns, which forces Narcisse (Craig Parker) to commit a hideous act out of desperation.
Meanwhile, Greer (Celina Sinden) finds herself in a situation she never fathomed in order to survive.
“The End of Mourning” airs TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.
In “Sins of the Past”, As the castle prepares for the Winter’s Ease Feast, King Antoine (Ben Aldridge) of Navarre reveals to Francis and Mary England’s plan for revenge against France. Bash (Torrance Coombs) learns that an “undead” man has been seen in the village and his efforts to track the man down lead him to a mysterious woman in white.
Meanwhile, Catherine (Megan Follows) finds out the cause of her hallucinations.
“Sins of the Past” airs TONIGHT, Thursday, February 5th @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.
Francis (Toby Regbo) and Conde (Sean Teale) engage in canne de combat in this new still from Reign.
In “Banished”, Mary (Adelaide Kane) finds out the truth from Greer (Celina Sinden) about rumors going around Court, forcing Mary to do something she never thought possible. Francis finds himself in a growing rivalry with Condé for Mary.
Meanwhile, Bash’s (Torrance Coombs) mother Diane (Anna Walton) returns, igniting a long overdue confrontation with Catherine (Megan Follows), and Claude (Rose Williams) is determined to find out the truth about who really killed the twins.
“Banished” airs TONIGHT, Thursday, January 29th @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW. 10+ pics inside…
In honor of Australia Day today, it’s only right that we highlight some of our favorite Aussies!
From actors to singers, we can’t help fell in love with their accents and amazing talent!
In case you didn’t know, Australia Day marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales, and raising of the Flag of Great Britain at that site by Governor Arthur Phillip.
Click through the slideshow below to see our favorite Australians!
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In “Getaway”, Mary (Adelaide Kane) takes action to save Condé (Sean Teale) when she learns the Vatican is hunting him for bearing the branded mark of the Dark Riders.
Francis (Toby Regbo) devises a plan to put an end to the Dark Riders legend, which puts Bash (Torrance Coombs) at risk. Meanwhile, Kenna (Caitlin Stasey) reveals Catherine’s (Megan Follows) ulterior motives to Claude (Rose Williams).
“Getaway” airs TONIGHT, Thursday, January 21st @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.
Queen Mary (Adelaide Kane) seeks consul from Lord Condé (Sean Teale) in this new still from tonight’s all-new Reign.
In “Mercy”, in the aftermath of an attack on the castle, a blood-thirsty Francis (Toby Regbo) makes a startling decision that will forever change his rule as the King of France, causing him to track the missing Narcisse (Craig Parker) with a newfound lust for revenge.
Meanwhile, Mary is stunned to discover the truth behind Francis’ recent decisions and embarks on a treacherous mission of her own with Lord Condé, while Leith (Jonathan Keltz) urgently pleads with Greer (Celina Sinden) to flee the country after violence erupts across the land.
In “Act of War”, With a holiday celebration around the corner, Bash (Torrance Coombs) uncovers what could be the answer to Francis (Toby Regbo) finally escaping the oppressive thumb of Lord Narcisse (Craig Parker), and the two formulate a daring plan.
Meanwhile, Mary (Adelaide Kane) proposes the radical idea of marrying the Protestant Lord Condé (Sean Teale) to the Catholic Claude (Rose Williams), a scheme that she believes a viable path forward to peace, but Claude has other plans in store.
As preparations are made for the upcoming feast, Greer (Celina Sinden) discovers that she may be more involved with the Protestant movement than she originally thought.