The Musketeers

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BBC AMERICA’s drama series, The Musketeers, has thrilled audiences across the globe, having sold to 140 territories, is set on the streets of seventeenth century Paris, where law and order is more of an idea than a reality. Returning for season two... read more
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BBC AMERICA’s drama series, The Musketeers, has thrilled audiences across the globe, having sold to 140 territories, is set on the streets of seventeenth century Paris, where law and order is more of an idea than a reality. Returning for season two is Luke Pasqualino (Skins, The Borgias) as D’Artagnan, Tom Burke (Great Expectations, The Hour) as Athos, Santiago Cabrera(Merlin, Heroes) as Aramis and Howard Charles (Royal Shakespeare Company) as Porthos. They are joined by Marc Warren (Hustle, Mad Dogs) as the Comte De Rochefort. Created by Adrian Hodges (My Week With Marilyn), this is a fresh and contemporary take on the classic characters in the much-loved novel by Alexandre Dumas. The Musketeers premieres Saturday, January 17 at 9:00pm ET on BBC AMERICA. In this second season, Adrian Hodges says “I think this is a more demanding journey than before, as we’ve upped the serial element and taken the show in a slightly tough and perhaps more surprising direction. It’s everything you might expect but taken a degree or two further than last time. The tone remains the same but this is a darker and sexier Musketeers.” Hodges adds: “Some things have changed, some things remain the same – the four boys, D’Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis are still very much at the center of the action, but now they have a new and deadly opponent – the Comte De Rochefort, played by Marc Warren.” Marc Warren’s character, Rochefort, is a man nursing many secrets and a very dark past. As the series progresses the true nature of his plotting is revealed and everyone around him is drawn into his sinister web. Ultimately only the Musketeers and their loyal allies and friends stand between him and a desperate act that will change all their lives forever. Tamla Kari (Cuckoo, The Inbetweeners Movie), Maimie McCoy (Loving Miss Hatto), Hugo Speer (Bedlam), Ryan Gage (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) and Alexandra Dowling (Agatha Christie: Poirot) also return for another thrilling 10-part season, made by BBC Drama Production and co-produced by BBC AMERICA and BBC WorldWide. Guest stars include Colin Salmon (Die Another Day, Resident Evil) and Antonia Thomas (Mistfits, The Deep). Colin plays Tariq, a mysterious interloper on the run from Spain, and Antonia plays his daughter Samara, a gusty and resilient young woman whose life is put in danger when her father is exiled. Jessica Pope is the BBC executive producer, Adrian Hodges is an executive producer and lead writer, and Colin Wratten is producer.

Original Release

01/19/2014 on Hulu

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# Title Air Date
1 Spoils of War Sunday, 10 April 2016
2 The Hunger Sunday, 17 April 2016
3 Brothers in Arms Sunday, 24 April 2016
4 The Queen's Diamonds Sunday, 01 May 2016
5 To Play the King Sunday, 08 May 2016
6 Death of a Hero Saturday, 14 May 2016
7 Fool's Gold Saturday, 14 May 2016
8 Prisoners of War Saturday, 14 May 2016
9 The Prize Saturday, 14 May 2016
10 We Are the Garrison Saturday, 14 May 2016
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Directors

Andy Hay, Nicholas Renton, Saul Metzstein, Marc Jobst, Toby Haynes, Richard Clark, Roger Goldby, Edward Bennett, Susan Tully, Farren Blackburn, Udayan Prasad, John Strickland, Richard Clark

Writers

Adrian Hodges, Alexandre Dumas, Simon J. Ashford, Simon Allen, Simon Allen, Susie Conklin, Peter McKenna, James Payne, Ryan Craig, Kelly Jones, Lucy Catherine, Marnie Dickens, Steve Bailie, Ryan Craig, James Payne, Ellen Taylor, Dusty Hughes, Jeff Povey, James Dormer, Ben Harris

Creators

Adrian Hodges

Cast

Santiago Cabrera Aramis
Tom Burke Athos
Ryan Gage King Louis
Luke Pasqualino D'Artagnan
Howard Charles Porthos
Tamla Kari Constance
Alexandra Dowling Queen Anne
Maimie McCoy Milady
Hugo Speer Treville
Matthew McNulty Lucien Grimaud
Peter Capaldi Cardinal Richelieu
Marc Warren Rochefort
Ed Stoppard Lemay
Thalissa Teixeira Sylvie
Matt Stokoe Captain Marcheaux
Hugo Speer Minister Treville
Charlotte Salt Marguerite
Bohdan Poraj Bonacieux
Robby Fisher The Dauphin
Tom Morley Cadet Brujon

Producers

Jessica Pope Executive Producer
Adrian Hodges Executive Producer
Simon J. Ashford Executive Producer
Simon Allen Executive Producer
Simon Allen Executive Producer
Jessica Pope Producer
Adrian Hodges Producer
Colin Wratten Producer
Stephen McDonogh Producer
Carmel Maloney Producer
Vaclav Mottl Producer
Simon J. Ashford Producer
Kathy Nettleship Producer
Simon Allen Producer
Matthew Bird Producer

Editors

Iain Erskine, Emma Oxley, Jamie Trevill, Xavier Russell, Nick McPhee, Andy Morrison, Tim Porter, Matthew Cannings, Andrew MacRitchie, Adam Trotman, Sam Williams, Nick Arthurs, Jeremy Strachan

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