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.
King Henry (Alan Van Sprang) whispers a secret to Queen For the Day Penelope (Kathryn Prescott) in this new still from Reign.
In “Monsters”, when Francis (Toby Regbo) reluctantly agrees to help Bash (Torrance Coombs) uncover the threat in the woods, he ends in grave danger, with only Bash to save him. The King’s madness causes chaos when a servant wins “Queen for the Day,” and the King becomes obsessed with her. The King also forces a surprising, and unbreakable, union with a new couple at Court.
In “The Darkness”, The castle is abuzz with First Light, where the women of the castle mingle with potential suitors and much to Mary’s (Adelaide Kane) dismay, Lola (Popplewell) is reluctant to participate in the tradition.
After another violent incident with the increasingly erratic King Henry (Alan Van Sprang), Kenna (Caitlin Stasey) fears for her safety and confides in Queen Catherine (Megan Follows), while Bash (Torrance Coombs) experiences the terrors of the woods and vows to uncover the truth behind the Darkness.
“The Darkness” airs TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.
In “Sacrifice”, when a plot to kill Bash (Torrance Coombs) goes wrong, Queen Catherine (Megan Follows) is suspected of orchestrating it. Mary (Adelaide Kane) offers to help free a wrongly imprisoned pregnant peasant named Isobel (Amy Forsyth) who has a mysterious tie to Bash.
Meanwhile, Lola (Popplewell) blackmails Queen Catherine to keep her from trying to ruin Mary and Bash, whose bond continues to grow.
In “Fated”, Nostradamus (Rossif Sutherland) tells Mary (Kane) of his prophecy that one among them will die soon, which causes Mary to make a decision that will forever change her relationship with Francis (Regbo).
Clarissa (Katie Boland) becomes bolder with her endeavors, while Kenna (Caitlin Stasey) informs Catherine (Megan Follows) of Diane’s (Anna Walton) plan for Bash (Torrance Coombs), which ends up backfiring.