Da Vinci's Demons is closing in on the final few episodes of its second season, and it looks like Starz is already set on moving forward with Season 3. The premium cable network passed along word this week that they've renewed Da Vinci's Demons for a third season.
Starz is quickly becoming a great premium cable destination for adventure, with Da Vinci's Demons and Black Sails among their current series, and time travel period drama Outlander on deck to premiere this Summer. They also have 50 Cent's new drama Power lined up to premiere, giving subscribers much to anticipate as the warmer months approach. Starz teased all of the above in their latest preview, offering a glimpse of what 2014 is offering subscribers.
Starzís period drama Da Vinciís Demons is filled with puzzles, political intrigue, beauty, violence and magicóall of the big elements that help make any glitzy drama sparkle. On Saturday, Starz is bringing the thrilling series back for a second season, and if you didnít get on board for the first round, or need a bit of a refresher course, this article was written just for you.
Tom Riley's Leonardo Da Vinci plummets to the ground on the new poster for Da Vinci's Demons. The second season of the historical fantasy will use the story of Icarus as a metaphor for the lead character's journey. Da Vinci aspires to reach new heights, however it looks like the new key art has him in a free fall.
Da Vinciís Demons will see another season on its home channel of Starz, and today at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California, that season twoís start date was officially set in stone. An exciting development for the David S. Goyer fantasy series ó so much so that there's even a new trailer to boot; giving us another glance at the future history ahead of da Vinci and Florence.
Espionage, betrayals, violence, and hints about a new land were all crowded into the finale, and now that weíve gotten a first look at Season 2 of Da Vinciís Demons, we feel it is safe to say Starzís drama wonít be slowing down a bit. The new season is expected to premiere in the spring of 2014.
Da Vinciís Demons: The Complete First Season follows a young Da Vinci and his adventures as a painter, sculptor and inventor. Anchor Bay Home Entertainment is releasing the set on September 3, and to celebrate, we are giving away an extensive Blu-ray prize pack featuring a Blu-ray copy of the first season, along with a t-shirt and a pen & pencil set to help you in all of your artistic endeavors.
Da Vinciís Demons is a historical fantasy about the myth and a man that is Leonardo Da Vinci. Anchor Bay Home Entertainment has graciously extended us an exclusive look at one of Season 1ís Blu-ray deleted scenes. Itís the man the clip is concerned with, a young genius attempting pursuits in all manner of fields and directions. His mentor asks him whether heís a ďpainter, or a war engineer,Ē and Da Vinci doesnít seem to have a good answer ready.
Starzís new series, Da Vinciís Demons, is a hodgepodge of truth and retellings related to the life and times of Leondard Da Vinci. The series wrapped up earlier this month with an action-packed closing episode that left plotlines wide open for a second season. If you loved the new period drama or simply donít have Starz and want to give it a shot, Starz and Anchor Bay Home Entertainment are putting together a Blu-ray and DVD set for Da Vinciís Demons: The Complete First Season, which will hit Blu-ray and DVD on September 3.
Da Vinciís Demons didnít take long to earn a second season. The new Starz drama debuted to record-breaking numbers just this past weekend Ė probably thanks in part to a strong lead-in from departing series Spartacus - and the premium network wasted no time in renewing it.
Starz made the wise choice to debut their new series Da Vinci's Demons immediately following the series finale of their popular historical fantasy drama Spartacus: War of the Damned, and based on the numbers from this weekend, it paid off for the pay cable channel in the ratings.
Along with airing the series finale of Spartacus: War of the Damned, last Friday night, Starz debuted the first episode of Da Vinci's Demons, an exciting new historical fantasy drama about the great Leonardo Da Vinci during his younger years as an adult living in Florence, Italy. The series premiere introduced a mystery into the main character's life, and based on the preview for the second episode, titled "The Serpent," it looks like Da Vinci's not wasting any time in exploring that mystery further.
Starz has offered up a treat for subscribers and non-subscribers alike. The premium cable network is set to debut their new historical fantasy drama Da Vinci's Demons tonight, but those who don't want to wait until it airs after the finale of Spartacus airs, or who don't have a subscription to Starz can watch the full premiere episode, "The Hangled Man" online now! The episode is rated TV-14. Right here.
What becomes clear from the start of David S. Goyer's new historical fantasy series Da Vinci's Demons is that this show won't work if fans aren't completely drawn in by Tom Riley's performance as the legendary artist, inventor, painter and all around Renaissance Man. Fortunately for Da Vinci's Demons, and for Starz, the series succeeds in selling us on the character, presenting him as a man who manages to measure up to the hype of his legend...
As Starz's latest promo reminds us, the premium cable channel is combining two events into one night this week, delivering the final installment of the Spartacus saga and chasing it with the airing of the series premiere of Da Vinci's Demons, a new period drama, which focuses on the life and adventures of a young Leondaro Da Vinci.