The Borgias is based on the Italian Borgia dynasty. It stars Jeremy Irons as Rodrigo Borgia and David Oakes, François Arnaud, Holliday Grainger and Aidan Alexander as Juan, Cesare, Lucrezia and Gioffre Borgia respectively.
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The Borgias to End After 3 Seasons
The Borgias is coming to an end. Showtime made it official today.
The Borgias Review: One Wedding and a Funeral
There was grief and celebration on this week's season finale of The Borgias. Read the review to find out if it was fitting conclusion...
The Borgias Exclusive: FranÃ§ois Arnaud Teases New Cesare In Season Finale
The talented FranÃ§ois Arnaud spoke with us about recent happenings and future action on The Borgias in this exclusive with TV Fanatic.
The Borgias Exclusive: David Oakes on Juan Borgia's Rise and Fall
David Oakes, who played Juan on The Borgias the past two seasons, expounds on his time with the character in this exclusive interview with TV Fanatic.
The Borgias Review: Nowhere Else To Go
Well the family feud between Cesare and Juan certainly lived up to the hype on this week's The Borgias. Did you enjoy its conclusion as much as we did?
The Borgias Review: Oh Brother Who Art Thou?
Juan suffered from his defeat at Forli in this week's The Borgias. Will it be enough to give Cesare the power he's always wanted?
The Borgias Review: We're Gonna Have To Take The Boy
Juan showcased his battle skills on this week's The Borgias. Read the review to find out if he impressed us...
The Borgias Review: Do You Perhaps Take Gold?
Rodrigo decided to fast for his sins on this week's episode of The Borgias. Will it bring more trouble his way?
The Borgias Review: Sex and Death 101
Cesare squared off with the Sforzas in more way than one on this week's The Borgias. Which Sforza interaction did we enjoy more?