Borgia: Season 1 (2011)

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A chronicle of the powerful and depraved Borgia family begins with Rodrigo convincing Pope Innocent to name King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain, "Most Catholic Majesty." Meanwhile, the Medici give a bankrupted Pope Innocent a loan to pay off his son's gambling debts.

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Alessandro and Cesare visit a Striga to predict Cesare's future and she foresees five deaths over the course of the summer that will change his life. Later, the Borgia, Orsini, Medici and Cibo dine together to celebrate their new alliance.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2011

Bells toll as rioting ends; and Cesare returns to Pisa, where he secretly rendezvous with a pregnant Fiametta, fearful of Rodrigo discovering his unborn son.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2011

The conclave continues, as no one cardinal has received enough votes to be elected pope. Meanwhile, Rodrigo visits della Porta, hoping to gain his votes, and outlines the consequences of what will happen depending on who is elected.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2011

Cesare and Alessandro arrive in Spoleto, where Rodrigo has told them to remain indefinitely. Later, Rodrigo is crowned pope, and announces plans to rebuild St. Peter's, funded by an annual tithe from each cardinal.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2011

The Spanish ambassador announces the discovery of a New World by explorer Cristofero Colombo, and if Rodrigo calls Spain's claim legitimate, King Ferdinand will offer Princess Maria Enriques de Luna's hand in marriage to Juan.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2011

Carafa announces King Ferrante of Naples is dead, leading the cardinals to debate between King Charles of France or Ferrante's son, Prince Alfonso d'Aragona, as the rightful new ruler.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2011

Milan, della Rovere, the Colonna and the Orsini all ally with France, while Venice, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire remain uncommitted.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2011

As Giulia gives birth, Rodrigo and the remaining cardinals discuss the state of the war, while della Rovere is poised to take over as pope. Switching strategies, Rodrigo gives Charles permission to pass through Rome.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2011

At the French encampment, Djem learns of his son's murder by his brother, Bajazet, and falls ill, so Cesare seizes the opportunity to escape. Meanwhile, Pantisilea informs Lucrezia that d'Este is in a Rome hospital.

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  • Aug 28, 2016
    Just stunning. The use of a multi national cast is a stroke of genius. The use of John Doman as RB was a little distracting at first but he does grow on you. Isolda Dychauk is a delight and such a strange actress, she excelled in a truly complex role. Having read many books on the Borgias this series brought the books to life.

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