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The Royals is an American primetime television drama soap opera[1] that premiered on E! on March 15, 2015. Created by Mark Schwahn and starring Elizabeth Hurley, it is the network's first scripted series. It began as a loose adaptation of the 2011 Michelle Ray novel Falling for Hamlet.[2] E! renewed it for a second season two months before its debut, and picked up a third season on January 5, 2016. E! renewed it for a fourth season on February 16, 2017, which began airing on March 11, 2018. E! cancelled the series after four seasons in August 2018. Lionsgate Television was shopping the series to other networks with discussions for a pick-up by sister network Pop, but on September 24, Lionsgate failed to find a new home for the series and it was officially cancelled.

The Royals - Season 3

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Helena is the matriarch of a fictional contemporary British royal family who must struggle with both common and atypical family dramas while in the public eye.[3][4] Twins Prince Liam and Princess Eleanor enjoy the hedonistic pleasures available to them as royals, knowing that their older brother Robert bears the responsibility of being heir to the throne of England. But when Robert is killed, the family is thrown into disarray and a grieving King Simon fears for the future of the monarchy. Unexpectedly next in line for the throne, Liam must adjust to his new role while navigating his attraction to Ophelia, the American daughter of the royal head of security. His self-destructive sister Eleanor finds rock-bottom when her bodyguard turns out to be a conman. Trying to preserve the status quo and keep the royal family under her control, Queen Helena allies herself with Simon's brother Cyrus to preserve their way of life at any cost.

In December 2014, E! announced that the series would premiere on March 15, 2015.[14][15][16] It later announced at the Television Critics Association press tour on January 15, 2015 that the series was renewed for a second season, two months before its debut.[17][18] E!'s Executive Vice President of Original Programming & Development Jeff Olde noted that production for season two would begin in London in spring 2015.[18] Shooting officially resumed on June 15, 2015,[19] with season two premiering on November 15, 2015.[20] On January 5, 2016, E! renewed The Royals for a third season,[21][22][23] which premiered on December 4, 2016.[24] Several days before the season three finale, the series was renewed for a fourth season on February 16, 2017,[25] which premiered on March 11, 2018.[26]

Schwahn was suspended from the series after the completion of season four filming on November 15, 2017, following sexual harassment allegations by female cast and crew of both The Royals and his previous series, One Tree Hill, came to light.[27] He was subsequently fired from the series on December 22, 2017.[28] On August 16, 2018, it was announced that E! had canceled the series after four seasons. It was reported that Lionsgate Television was shopping the series to other networks, with discussions already underway for a pick-up by sister network Pop.[29] However on September 24, 2018, it was announced that Lionsgate had failed to find a new home for the series and that it was now considered officially ended.[30]

The production uses Blenheim Palace as its fictional royal palace.[31] In season two, the production also filmed at Allington Castle and Boughton Monchelsea Place in Kent.[32] Various scenes were filmed at The Historic Dockyard Chatham in Kent in June 2017 for episode 4, season four. The locations used there included The Tarred Yarn Store, HMS Cavalier, Commissioner's House garden and the Ropery Tunnels. Chapel Place in Tunbridge Wells was also featured as part of a royal wedding.[33]

In September 2013, Hurley was cast in the leading role of Queen Helena.[34] Soon after, Moseley was cast as Helena's son Liam,[35] followed by Park as Liam's twin sister Eleanor and Haley Lu Richardson as his love interest, Ophelia.[36] The rest of the pilot's cast included Regan, Austen, Maskall, Roach and Milburn.[7][8] After the series pickup, Merritt Patterson replaced Richardson as Ophelia in June 2014,[37][38] as shooting for the first season began in London.[10] Additional recurring roles included Bewley and Preston as Cyrus' eccentric daughters Penelope and Maribel,[39] and Colquhoun as Gemma, Liam's heiress ex-girlfriend.[40] In August 2014, People reported that Joan Collins would guest star as the Grand Duchess of Oxford, Helena's mother.[41][42][43]

In June 2015, Laila Rouass was cast as Rani, the Deputy Prime Minister whom the actress calls "Elizabeth Hurley's arch-enemy".[44] For season 2, Hatty Preston was replaced as Princess Maribel with Jerry-Jane Pears, the difference in their appearance explained by plastic surgery.[45]

In June 2016, Max Brown was cast as Prince Robert, the presumed-dead eldest son of Simon and Helena,[46] and Jules Knight was cast as Spencer Koenigsberg, Helena's new Lord Chamberlain.[47] Genevieve Gaunt, who played Liam's potential love interest Willow in season 2, was also promoted from recurring to series regular for season 3.[47] Hurley's son Damian Hurley was cast in a guest star role in July 2016.[48]

The Royals airs on E! in the United States and Canada.[14][15][16] It also aired on E! in the United Kingdom and Ireland,[102] although the channel dropped the series after season two.[103] In Germany the series is shown on Pro Sieben.[104] acquired exclusive subscription streaming rights to The Royals in October 2015,[105] making the first season of the show available to stream for Amazon Prime subscribers.[106] The first season is also available on the E Now mobile app (for cable subscribers), as well as the Canadian OTT video service CraveTV.[107] Outside of the SVOD and cable subscription space, the show is available from electronic sell-through platforms such as iTunes,[108] Amazon Instant Video[109] and Vudu.[110]

Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions roll out the red carpet once again as television's most fabulous and immoral royal family continue to reign supreme in E!'s delightfully addictive soap, "The Royals." Helmed by executive producer, writer and director Mark Schwahn ("One Tree Hill"), the series, which follows a fictional royal family at the center of a corrupt monarchy, stars Elizabeth Hurley ("Queen Helena"), William Moseley ("Prince Liam"), Alexandra Park ("Princess Eleanor"), Jake Maskall ("King Cyrus"), Tom Austen ("Jasper"), Genevieve Gaunt ("Willow"), Rocky Marshall ("James Hill"), Victoria Ekanoye ("Rachel"), and Andrew Cooper ("Beck"). New faces joining the cast this season include series regular Max Brown (the presumed dead, "Prince Robert"), reoccurring guest star Jules Knight ("Spencer," the new Lord Chamberlain) and guest star Damian Hurley, Elizabeth's son, ("Hansel," the Crown Prince of Lichtenstein) in his television acting debut. The Royals is a television drama series that premiered on E! on March 15, 2015. It was created by Mark Schwahn and is the network's first scripted series.

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The first season asked Wilhelm to make a choice between love and duty, with that theme likely to continue running through any future storylines as the young heir is faced with the realities of being a public figure.

Like Heartstopper and Love, Victor, Young Royals has stolen the hearts of queer fans with the long awaited Season 2 dropping earlier this month. This season delivered an incredible drama surrounding the Royal Family interfering with Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding) and Simon's (Omar Rudberg) life, both of the boys trying to move on from one another but failing, and other relationships getting in the way. By the end of this season, it holds large promises for things to come if this show should get picked up for a Season 3. Young Royals needs to be continued. It would be a true shame if another LGBTQ+ show were to be canceled before it could finish out its story.

A big shocker this season was the revelation that August (Malte Gårdinger), who is remembered to be the one who leaked the video of Wilhelm and Simon, will be next in line for the throne if Wilhelm cannot follow through. This is a major obstacle for Wilhelm, as it challenges his position and also takes his agency away from his once seemingly impenetrable status as heir. Once August has learned this, he pushes himself to go above and beyond, clearly wanting to push Wilhelm out himself by being a perfect candidate. August often pushes himself too far in doing so. He painstakingly memorizes a speech without knowing if he would ever get to give it. During the process of readying himself to be heir, he quickly becomes overwhelmed with the prospects of it, and falls back to his addiction to cope.

It is highly unlikely that this will be the end of it, however. Even after Wilhelm's speech in the final scene of the season, August is still next in line if Wilhelm should fail. The delight on his face was palpable when he suspected he would be the one giving the speech, and his disappointment was evident when Wilhelm actually stepped up to the plate. It is more likely that this is only the beginning. August may try and get Wilhelm out of the way, if only to save himself. 041b061a72

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