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Starz Renews Da Vinci's Demons for Season 2

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That certainly did not take long.

Following one very highly rated episode, Da Vinci's Demons has been renewed for a second season by Starz.

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“I’m excited that we get to continue the adventures of the world’s most eccentric and glorious polymath,” said series creator David S. Goyer in a statement. “Long live Leonardo and thanks to Starz for helping to make it happen.”

Over 2.14 million total viewers watched Da Vinci’s Demons during its premiere weekend, helping it become the highest-rated launch ever for an original Starz series.

Production on Season 2 will likely begin in Wales in May 2013. The new season will premiere in the spring of 2014.

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Great show.


I have been obsessed with da Vinci for YEARS; almost depressed because I wish I had his mind and could see things the way he did; a lot of people are going to hate on Riley's performance, but same thing happened with Johnathan Rhys Meyers in The Tudors, and I will never be able to picture someone else reprising the legendary King Henry VIII; Tom Cruise nailed Lestat in Interview with the Vampire and I hate him! If ya'll have seen the BBC Robin Hood show, I think the actor who played Robin Hood would have been perfect for this role, but Riley may be better at portraying the dark, tortured, side of da Vinci.. It's crazy; 500 years later and da Vinci is still considered the greatest universal mind of all time


YES! I really like this Serie!