Why was The Borgias Cancelled?

Why was The Borgias Cancelled?

Showtime has canceled its original series “The Borgias” saying the period drama was too expensive. “The Borgias” creator Neil Jordan spoke with Deadline saying, “When they looked at what it could cost it was just too expensive.”

How many Borgia series are there?

The Borgias/Number of seasons

Showtime is ending The Borgias after three seasons. The drama from Neil Jordan will end its run with its June 16 episode, which will now serve as series finale, Showtime announced Wednesday.

Are there two Borgia series?

Basically, there are two premium cable TV shows currently on air about the Borgias – Canal+’s Borgia: Faith and Fear, and Showtime’s The Borgias.

How can I watch The Borgias Season 2?

Watch The Borgias Season 2 | Prime Video.

Why are there two Borgia TV shows?

After Showtime decided to make Neil Jordan’s 15th century dreams a reality, the network contacted “Borgia” producers in Europe to possibly merge the two. “On our side, we’d already written 12 scripts and they’d only finished the pilot episode on their end,” Atlantique’s Klaus Zimmerman says.

Did Netflix remove Borgia?

Did Netflix remove Borgia? One of Netflix’s oldest Netflix Original series is currently showing to be leaving Netflix in November 2018. Here’s what we know about the removal and whether or not Netflix will follow-through and actually take the series off of Netflix.

What happens in the Borgias Season 3?

The third season of Neil Jordan’s The Borgias picks up as Pope Alexander VI (Jeremy Irons) narrowly escapes a plot hatched by Cardinal Della Rovere (Colm Feore) and Catherina Sforza (Gina McKee) to poison him and slaughter his entire family on the eve of the marriage of his daughter, Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger), to …

What STD did Juan Borgia have?

Juan boasts to his father that his wife is pregnant with a son. In private, however, he suffers from an unspecified venereal disease (most probably syphilis), which his physician instructs him to medicate with mercury and opium; Juan soon becomes addicted to the latter, frequently visiting a Muslim-owned opium den.

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