Type
Scripted
Premiered
Mar. 15, 2015
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
E! TV Network
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The Royals

The Royals is a contemporary drama about a fictional royal family informed by the regal opulence of the British monarchy and framed by William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Part fairy tale, part cautionary tale, The Royals is described as a tale of men and women corrupted by power, wealth and desire.

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Liam finds himself in unexpected places; Helena's heart breaks over a recent loss; Jasper makes a final play for Eleanor's heart; historic changes …

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'The Royals' Renewed For Season 4

E! announced today that The Royals has been renewed for a fourth season. The good news comes ahead of this Sunday's Season 3 finale, which will cap another solid outing for the drama that saw it continue to rank as one of cable's top Sunday night series.
The Royals, which is E!'s first original drama, is set in modern day London and follows a fictional British royal family as they live their extravagant lifestyle under public scrutiny. The cable network has ordered another 10 episodes for Season 4, matching its first three seasons.

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  • All of the titles of the episodes come from famous lines in Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
  • SPOILER: William Moseley (Prince Liam) plays the heir apparent to the British throne. Moseley's break out role was playing Peter in the Chronicles of Narnia series. At the end of the first…
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    SPOILER: William Moseley (Prince Liam) plays the heir apparent to the British throne. Moseley's break out role was playing Peter in the Chronicles of Narnia series. At the end of the first film in that series he is crowned High King of Narnia
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  • In January 2015, the E! Network announced that the show was renewed for a second season two months before the series premiere.
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