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Photo Flash: First Look - Key Art for Showtime's THE BORGIAS - Season 3

February 11
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Showtime's The Borgias will return for a third season on April 14th at 10/9c. Below, get a first look at poster art for the upcoming season with the tagline 'Hell Bent'!

The Borgias stars Oscar-winner Irons as Pope Alexander VI, the cunning, manipulative patriarch of the infamous Italian Renaissance family who builds an empire by bribing, buying and muscling his way into the papacy. In addition to Irons, season two also stars François Arnaud, Holliday Grainger, Joanne Whalley, Lotte Verbeek, David Oakes, and Colm Feore.

As the series continues to unfold, the greatest existential threat to Alexander's Papacy may not come from foreign adversaries or ambitious political operatives, but may linger within his most trusted inner circle - his family. The cunning Cesare engages his dark side; the profligate Juan turns murderous and ostracized by his family; and the increasingly independent Lucrezia refuses to be a pawn in her family's continued quest for power.

The second season was executive produced by Neil Jordan, Jack Rapke, Justin Falvey, David Leland, John Weber, Sheila Hockin and James Flynn. It is a Canadian-Irish-Hungarian Treaty co-production. Last year, the series earned Emmy Awards for Outstanding Costumes and Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music.

For season three, Academy Award-winner and Emmy nominee Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Interview with the Vampire), will continue to serve as creator, executive producer, and will serve as writer and director of select episodes.

Photo courtesy of Showtime

Photo Flash: First Look - Key Art for Showtime's THE BORGIAS - Season 3

Photo Flash: First Look - Key Art for Showtime's THE BORGIAS - Season 3
Key Art for Showtime's The Borgias Season 3

Photo Flash: First Look - Key Art for Showtime's THE BORGIAS - Season 3



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