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A second season was ordered prior to the season one premiere. Filming for the second season began in February 2016; its story took place four years after that of the first season. The second season premiered on 27 March 2017 in France and aired from 21 April 2017 in Britain. On 14 September 2016, producer Claude Chelli confirmed that Versailles had been renewed for a third season, which began filming in April 2017. On 17 April 2018, Variety reported that the third season of Versailles would be its last.

Versailles - Season 1


On 14 September 2016, producer Claude Chelli confirmed that Versailles had been renewed for a third season, which would begin filming in April 2017.[4] On 11 May 2017, the official Instagram account of Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte published pictures of the ongoing shoot of the third season.[5] On 17 April 2018, Variety reported that the third season of Versailles would be its last.[6]

Versailles premiered on 16 November 2015 on Canal+ in France and on Super Channel in Canada, in May 2016 on BBC Two in Britain, and on 1 October 2016 on Ovation in the U.S. The Movie Network gave early access to all of season 2 in October 2016, prior to its 2017 broadcast dates.[8] The series stayed on the English-language Super Channel until May 2016[9] but was gone by December 2016,[10] after TMN had made season 2 available early. The French version of Super Channel is keeping the show available until 8 November 2020. City aired the first six episodes of season 1 from 4 January to 25 February.[11]

The second season premiered on 27 March 2017 in France,[12] and on 21 April 2017 in Britain.[12] At some point after the first season concluded, Super Channel lost the Canadian broadcast rights to the series.[13] Subsequently, The Movie Network picked up those rights and began airing reruns of the first season.[14][better source needed]

The first season of Versailles received mixed to positive reviews from critics. It holds a 55 out of 100 rating on Metacritic, based on six reviews,[16] and an 80% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with an average score of 6.56 out of 10, based on 10 reviews.[17] Marjolaine Boutet of Le Monde gave the first season a mixed review, stating that its ambition was both its main flaw and what made it a quality television series, and added that the series' most fascinating character, Louis XIV's gardener Jacques (Gilly Gilchrist), did not have enough screen time.[18]

Until the next premiere, you can watch season one on Ovation, with the two-part finale set to air this Saturday on Ovation with a sneak peek below. And come back tomorrow for an interview with Versailles co-creator David Wolstencroft about his experience creating this fantastical reality!

Hoping to build on the success of Season 1, arts network Ovation TV has acquired U.S. premiere rights to the second season of hit series Versailles, from Banijay Rights, the international distribution arm of Banijay Group. The series follows the reign of King Louis XIV, a monarch who will stop at nothing to achieve his vision of creating the most-beautiful palace in Europe and seizing absolute control of France and his enemies. Season one of Versailles debuted on October 1, 2016 on Ovation, and established itself as the most-watched telecast for the network to date. A Canal+ Creation Originale, the series is co-produced by Capa Drama, Zodiak Fiction and Incendo.

"So we start to see the underbelly of this monster that Louis has created, and all of the characters go on this twisting journey downwards into darkness, Louis particularly, and he has to face a lot of his own demons through the course of season two."

"It is very much her story, in a way, that we're following. And two years have passed since the end of season one to the beginning of season two, and we've really now seen how she has established herself as the most powerful woman in France or in the world at that time.

Blagden says: "Louis very quickly realises in this second season that as much as he doesn't agree with his brother's methods, what he brings to the building and this community that Louis' trying to create in Versailles is extremely important element, the sparky fiery personality that Philippe brings, it's an important element to have in the building, whether it's entirely useful all the time or not. And in realising this, it means that he has to get him back."

Vlahos says: "In season one we really hammered home that relationship between the two brothers, and it was almost like the heartbeat, the skeleton of the show. In season two, they're keeping us apart, and when they do eventually meet there are fireworks, but it's almost like they're having a different argument now. They're a bit older, they're a bit wiser, their relationship has evolved now into I guess much more of a royal relationship rather than a sibling relationship."

Thank you for reading ? I mentioned that meeting in one of the episode reviews as pretty much the only fictional thing I liked this season. Regarding the Iron Mask, I have a article about it on the blog about who it might have been. ?

Sinclair will be on the road Saturday, April 26 when they finish up conference play at Lakeland. Sinclair finishes up the season with two doubleheader home games on May 1 when they host OSU-Newark at 3:30PM and 5:30PM and then May 5 when they host Ancilla College at 1:30PM and 3:30PM. Sinclair plays all of their home games in Xenia, OH at the Athletes in Action complex. 041b061a72


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