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Reign Season 2 Synopsis: Plagued by the Plague

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Yes, we must wait all the way until Thursday, October 2 for the premiere of Reign Season 2.

But fans of this CW drama need not wait another minute to gather up some scoop regarding what they can expect from Mary and company this fall.

The network has released the official synopsis for upcoming episodes - and it does not paint a pretty picture for the citizens of France.

What real-life issue will plague residents hen Reign returns? Scroll down, find out and watch Reign online if you need to catch up prior to the premiere...

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The second season begins with Mary and Francis on the throne of a nation burning.  France is rocked by the aftereffects of the plague -- a disease that creeps inside the castle walls, taking thousands upon thousands of lives across the land, and ravages the stability of a nation.  

From the ashes, powerful lords will rise, carrying out personal, religious and political vendettas, taking lives, and tearing at Mary and Francis’s commitment to each other, and their people. Friendships will be tested, loved ones murdered and betrayed.  

Meanwhile, a mysterious and deadly threat snatches victims from village streets and castle corridors; leaving evidence of savagery that looks like the work of monsters; mythical creatures who are the subject of nightmares, but who walk among us, doing the Devil’s bidding.

Last week, The CW also unveiled descriptions for Supernatural Season 10 and Arrow Season 3.

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Reign Quotes

I don't make love to you because I want a baby. I want a baby because I love you.

Francis

I was wrong. What I asked of you, the backward step. You must know. I want the same
world as you do, the better one, and the only way to field it is together. We do greater things when we act as one, when we trust each other as equals. This is not a coronation for a King. It is for a King and Queen.

Francis
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