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.
In “The Prince Of The Blood,” Young, reckless and provocative Princess Claude (Rose Williams) makes a surprise visit home, torturing her already haunted mother, Catherine (Megan Follows). Francis (Toby Regbo) is pressured by Narcisse (Craig Parker) to act against his conscience or risk his throne and his wife. Mary (Adelaide Kane) finds a new ally in Condé (Sean Teale).
Meanwhile, Francis confides in Bash and hatches a plot that involves an uncertain Lola (Anna Popplewell). Kenna mistakes Claude for a newfound friend, while Greer (Celina Sinden) returns earlier than expected from her wedding tour.
“The Prince Of The Blood” airs TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.
In “Coronation”, With France in a state of famine, as well as religious and political unrest, Mary (Kane) looks for a way to feed the people, risking the wrath of a vengeful Lord Narcisse (Craig Parker); and Francis (Regbo) is preoccupied by the harrowing suspicion that his dead father’s spirit can possess the living and is haunting Francis as revenge for his murder.
Meanwhile, as Catherine (Megan Follows) makes excessive and lavish preparations for a coronation ceremony to give the impression of stability to the realm, Bash (Torrance Coombs) confronts the reality of a country plagued by fear, bankruptcy, and murder.
Adelaide Kane and her ladies in waiting try to keep warm while playing in the snow in this new still from Reign.
In “Toy Soldiers”, when Mary’s (Kane) uncle, the Duke of Guise (Gil Darnell), arrives in France with devastating news about her mother, Mary and Francis (Toby Regbo) realize they are torn between putting their own countries first or saving their marriage. With the English throne in jeopardy, King Henry (Alan Van Sprang) hatches an elaborate plan that will end in disaster.
Kat Graham hits the red carpet for the 2014 GLAAD Media Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday night (April 12) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 24-year-old actress captioned with a photo collage after the show, “Amazing night with @brettrutt at the @GLAAD media awards. Proud to be a part of this trailblazing LGBT organization. Congrats on 25 years! #GLAAD.”
During the show, Jennifer Lopez was honored with the Vanguard Award, which is presented to media professionals who, through their work, have increased the visibility and understanding of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. TV Producer Norman Lear and Side by Side LGBT Film Festival founder Manny de Guerre were also honored at the annual show.