Reign: Season 3 (2015 - 2016)


Season 3

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Critic Ratings: 5


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Air date: Oct 9, 2015
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Air date: Jan 8, 2016
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Critic Reviews for Reign Season 3

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Reign Season 3 Episode 18, Spiders in a Jar, may be the most thrilling and well-written 40 minutes the show has ever done. But I'll never forgive them for that character death.

Feb 27, 2019 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

While calling it historical fiction is probably a bit of a stretch, okay a huge stretch, it never talks down to its audience, is never boring, and has fantastically dynamic characters across both genders.

Feb 26, 2019 | Full Review…

The stakes are somehow even higher on a show that churns out season finale-quality episodes on a weekly basis.

Oct 12, 2015 | Full Review…

This last batch of episodes have been the season's best, with Mary using her grief over Francis to propel her forward in her mission to bring peace and prosperity to Scotland.

Feb 26, 2019 | Full Review…

If nothing else, Reign is determined to make its third season more thrilling than its second.

Oct 12, 2015 | Rating: B | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Reign: Season 3

  • Jul 02, 2019
    Did no one else notice that the actors don't even try to pretend that the decaying body right in front of them would STINK?!?! 🤦🏻‍♀️ I love historical fiction and have pressed on through all the "teen" angst and lust, the enormous historical inaccuracies in the name of - granted - entertaining fun and aesthetically appealing artistic liberties, and even given plenty suspension of disbelief to the awkward background/non-speaking acting and "the darkness" plots, but episode 8 in season 3, "Our Undoing," really GOOFED and demanded a review when apparently no one on set, especially the director, insisted the obvious be portrayed. "Hey, this body would probably stink." 🤔 Maybe people were more immune or tolerant of foul odors like decay, but at least Megan Follows covered her nose at possible moments in episode 11 of season 3, "Succession," when bodies were discovered under the castle. Craig Parker did do as well and plays his role perfectly. Torrance Coombs does well managing the plot lines given him. There could be much more "educational" information tied into scenes such as how the clothing is worn, manners and dances befitting social classes, and the names and types of weapons and devices used in that period. It is sad that poor Elizabeth has such tiny accommodations compared to French court! Rachel Skarsten does well. I wonder if they'll address her bout with smallpox. Megan Follows, however, is my favorite actor and character in this series; the lady can act! #meganfollows P.S. Brides wearing white wasn't in fashion until the Victorian Age.
  • Apr 10, 2019
    Amazing show! Gorgeous wardrobe and scenery! Each season has it's new plots and new problems.
  • Jan 16, 2018
    I loved this season and I cannot wait to finish season four!
  • Dec 29, 2016
    I found Reign on Netflix and I love the series. The cast is full of talent, wonderful acting, and a great script. I was hooked from the first episode and have watched all three seasons in less than a month. I am eagerly awaiting the fourth season. I am disappointed to learn that this will be the final season. I hope Netflix or some other broadcast will pick up Reign and continue the series. The acting is excellent. Good luck to all the cast. Happy new year!
  • Dec 09, 2016
    I loved the first two seasons, despite the historical inaccuracy and occasional cheese typical of CW shows. I enjoy some chick-flick-ness. But what they did in casting Queen Elizabeth I was INSANE. It was just way too much. She acts like a bipolar middle school drug addict who just got a crown put on her head with no idea how to act at all instead of the greatest female monarch who ever lived; if she had REALLY been like that, she never would have held on to the throne. Her hair is always falling down, she's covered in heavy makeup, dressed like a street prostitute, she's constantly acting like a modern stripper trying to seduce everyone instead of the Virgin Queen, and she breaks into hysterical tears or fits of rage or other over-the-top histrionics in every scene. I mean EVERY. SINGLE. SCENE. It's so awful I don't even know if I can keep watching it. The simple fact is that if a queen had acted like that, she would have been deposed, no matter what her "rights". Very frustrating casting and writing. And makeup, hair, and costumes...
  • Aug 10, 2016
    Can't wait to carry on with the journey of these two queens. Love this series so much! So glad to see women being portrayed as strong capable people, just what we are!!!! And yes, we can manage friendships and have sex lives...
  • Jun 28, 2016
    I love this series!! Please let there be a season 4!
  • Jun 22, 2016
    This series has magnificent wardrobe design for every character and is colorful and brilliant in adding fiction to add excitement to an otherwise short and boring part of history. Now that Mary has left France and returned home the real excitement begins and I look forward to season 4 in all its glory.
  • Jun 02, 2016
    this show is brilliant...the cinematography...characters and concept are great..yes very loose based on history PUT THAT ASIDE its entertaining Gives a lil of everything romance/quirky and speaks to a wide range of viewers
  • Jan 08, 2016
    Megan Follows (aka Catherine de' Medici makes this season delightful, as do the writers who surprised me with wickedly funny lines for the actress whose eyes twinkle with delight at the opportunity to kill anyone. The writers inject humour into the drama with brilliant timing. I wish they would release a gag reel as I imagine Ms. Follows appears to have a hard time keeping a straight face.

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