Apr 14, 2013 · Della Rovere is arrested but manages to escape. He also learns that there is a second plot, this one concocted by Caterina Sforza and her new henchman. She means to kill all of the Borgias. After Alexander recovers he doesn't understand why, on the verge of death, he did not see the face of God.
- Kari Skogland
Apr 14, 2013 · Visually, "The Face of Death" is top class. The opening ties with Juan's burial in "The Confession" as the best looking sequence of all the episodes of 'The Borgias', in every regard but particularly the editing. The sumptuous costumes and equally stunning interiors and scenery still remain and beautifully complemented as ever by the photography.
- Kari Skogland
As Pope Alexander fights for his life after being poisoned, the Cardinals jockey for position to take over the Papacy. Cesare and Micheletto trace the assassination plot back to its source, but Della Rovere is ready to make his move -- and his is not the only conspiracy. Catherina Sforza has dispatched her own personal assassin Rufio to dethrone the Borgia family. However, thanks to Lucrezia’s quick thinking, the family’s grip on power may not be lost.
Jeremy Irons as Rodrigo Borgia François Arnaud as Cesare Borgia Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia Colm Feore as Giuliano Della Rovere Peter Sullivan as Ascanio Sforza Joanne Whalley as Vanozza Cattaneo Lotte Verbeek as Giulia Farnese Sean Harris as Micheletto Corella Vernon Dobtcheff as Cardinal Julius Versucci Bosco Hogan as Cardinal Alessandro Piccolomini Gina McKee as Catherina Sforza Jesse Bostick as Antonello Sebastian De Souza as Alfonso of Aragon Thure Lindhardt as Rufio David Dencik as Cardinal Giovanni Battista Orsini Peter Stebbings as Cardinal De Luca William Ruane as Papal Physician Barna Ilyés as Dominican Monk Tam Dean Burn as Dominican Prior John Rado as Cardinal Rocco Colonna Péter Klertész as Cardinal #1 Antal Leiszen as Cardinal #2 Mackenzie Munro as Concetta Andrew Gower as Assassin #1 Ákos Horváth as Vatican Guard Mark Phelan as Morgue Worker N/A as Giovanni Borgia↑ The episode continues the cliffhanger of season two. 2x10 The Confessionwas set in 1498.↑ http://cbspressexpress.com/showtime/shows/the-borgias-season-3/about
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Apr 14, 2013 · The Face Of Death. Original Air Date: Apr 14, 2013. Season 3 premiere. As Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) fights for his life after being poisoned, the Cardinals jockey for position to take over the Papacy. Cesare (Francois Arnaud) and Micheletto (Sean Harris) trace the assassination plot back to its source, but Della Rovere (Colm Feore) is ready to make his move.
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As Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) fights for his life after being poisoned, the Cardinals jockey for position to take over the Papacy. Cesare (Francois Arnau...
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After Alexander recovers he doesn't understand why, on the verge of death, he did not see the face of God. — garykmcd Pope Alexander seems dying from Della Rovere's monk-taster cahoot's mushroom-poisoned chalice for lack of an antidote, but is saved as Lucrezia knows the novel technique of toxin-absorption by charcoal.
Apr 14, 2013 · And “The Face Of Death” gives no indication that Neil Jordan, Jeremy Irons and company have any intention of slowing down—if anything, it’s a premiere that promises an even tighter and more vicious third season, alliances chosen and conspiracies forged in the wake of last season’s shocking climax.
- Les Chappell
Apr 15, 2013 · The Borgias season 3 episode 1 review: The Face Of Death. Showtime's The Borgias returns for season three with a packed episode that hits the ground running. Here's Rachael's review... By Rachael...
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