|IMDB Rating:||7.7/10||Released Date:||N/A|
Summary: Chronicles the rise to power of Mary Queen of Scots (Kane) when she arrives in France as a 15-year-old, betrothed to Prince Francis, and with her four best friends as ladies-in-waiting. It details the secret history of survival at French Court amidst fierce foes, dark forces, and a world of sexual intrigue.
Queen of Scots doesn't need to study algebra or practice for the soccer team in CW's Reign. She has no SATs to prepare for, no after-school job to work. No, teen queen Mary had just oodles of time to engage with what high school is often really about: dreamy dudes and gossipy friends. Cue the drama! Every episode of Reign seems obsessed with who's kissing (or bedding) whom and who's obsessed with what and why can't parents understand that true love is way more important than a dull dynastic claim to the throne. In CW's telling, the whole 16th century was a little like a never-ending prom, complete with dresses and dancing and bland indie music tinkling in the background. All that's really missing are crepe paper streamers hanging on the castle walls.