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The Serpent Queen Episode 2 Release Date and Spoilers

The Serpent Queen Episode 2: Release Date, Cast, Spoilers, Promo, Plot, and Everything you need to know.

The Serpent Queen is the latest historical drama to hit our screens; a darkly satirical look at Catherine de’ Medici, who, as a teenage orphan, marries at the French court in hopes of raking in a fortune in dowry and producing heirs.

Unfortunately, that dream is shattered when Catalina discovers that her husband is truly in love with an older woman and cannot have children. Catherine tries to keep her marriage alive and rules France for thirty years. Don’t be surprised anymore!

Here’s everything you need to know about The Serpent Queen Episode 2, including the release date, time, and where to watch it.

The Serpent Queen Episode 2 Release Date

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The second episode of The Serpent Queen will be released on Sunday, September 18th at approximately 9 pm.

However, please allow some time for the content providers to upload these episodes online. Episode 2 is expected to last around 50 minutes.

Also, expect subtitles to be available from launch (especially those watching from Prime Video)

The Serpent Queen Cast

  • Samantha Morton
  • Sennia Nanua
  • Liv Hill
  • Charles Dance
  • Ludivine Sagnier
  • Colm Meaney
  • Kiruna Stamell
  • Barry Atsma
  • Alex Heath
  • Amrita Acharia
  • Enzo Cilenti
  • Antonia Clarke
  • Adam Garcia
  • Beth Goddard
  • Raza Jeffrey
  • Ray Panthaki
  • Nicholas Burns
  • Danny Kirrane
  • Rupert Everett

The Serpent Queen Season 1 Episode 2 Plot

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While there’s no official synopsis, based on the story and what we’ve seen of the show so far, we can make some predictions: Now that Catherine knows about Henry’s relationship with Diane de Poitiers, he will continue to do so to show his love for her while staying calm towards Catherine.

Will we advance in time? It is a possibility. his first child could be on the agenda soon. Today, Rahima will continue to form an unusual bond with the Queen and absorb some of the lessons she learns from their stories.

The Serpent Queen Season 1 Episode 1 Recap

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Catherine, orphaned at a young age, is being trained by her uncle, Pope Clement, as a potential political servant for Henry, the second son of the French king. Despite constant reminders of her unsightly appearance, Catherine flatters Henry and the French court by distracting them with finery and promising a sizable dowry.

Traveling with a carefully chosen entourage, Catherine marries Henry and performs their nuptials in a room full of people. At the end of the episode, Catherine discovered that Henry was in a sexual relationship with her cousin Diane de Poitiers.

Where can you watch The Serpent Queen?

The Serpent Queen can be viewed both via cable and digitally via Starz. However, the episode is also available to watch digitally via the STARZ Play app on Amazon Prime (for those in the US and UK), along with an expansion on Hulu as well (US only).

The Serpent Queen Episodes Guideline

The Serpent Queen season 1 was ordered with an order of 8 episodes. With that in mind, we have 6 more episodes after this one. The usual schedule is to release one episode per week. builds suspense and drama and sets the stage for the rest of the season.

Is Serpent Queen true?

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The Serpent Queen is based on Leonie Frieda’s acclaimed biography of Catherine de’ Medici, which rehabilitates her as a grossly underrated survivor, pragmatist and political negotiator.

Who was known as the Serpent Queen?

We are talking about Catherine de’ Medici, who is referred to in the title of the series The Serpent Queen (StarzPlay), or in television short form, played by Samantha Morton.

Where was the Serpent Queen filmed?

But these were extraordinary, like museum pieces, works of art. And we shot in the royal château of Chenonceau, which was impressive. Touching the stone where Catherine would have touched it, and being able to walk on the stones she walked on felt really unnerving and inspiring and spooky.

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