The Reign season 4 premiere date in Netflix UK has recently been announced and UK subscribers will finally be able to watch every Sunday. It will be available 48 hours after the new episodes are aired on US via The CW network.
According to TV Wise, season 4 consists of sixteen episodes. This season’s story will still revolve around Mary, Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane). She is the 15-year-old woman who arrived in France and has been engaged to Prince Francis (Tony Regbo).
Her rise to power brought life to the series along with her three best friends. However, in season 4’s premiere episode, Queen Mary will have a hard time figuring out who to trust.
In line with this, she tests her brother James after hearing his discussion with John Knox. This is to ensure his loyalty. In addition, sabotage is also set to happen as Queen Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) decides to help Lord Darnley (Will Kemp) in destroying her relationship with Mary.
Adelaide Kane on Reign Season 4
Moreover, Kane shared some thoughts on the season from a recent interview. An English translation of the French report was posted on Tumblr. Here is one of the 26-year-old actress’ significant statements.
“Someone falls sick. Someone in the new season falls ill and becomes crazy… I cannot tell you who, otherwise I will get into trouble, but someone gets really crazy.”
On a brighter note, Queen Mary will not back down without a fight as she continues to snatch Queen Elizabeth’s throne. Kane also mentioned that there will be a struggle between her character and the second husband, Lord Danley.
However, it has also been reported that season 4 will show a slightly different side of Mary. Though Kane mentions that the new installment will not be as death packed as the previous ones, there will be demise in different forms. She is referring to political ties, friendships and many more relationships that will end.
The Reign season 4 UK Netflix premiere will be on February 12. Aside from Kane, Skarsten and Kemp, it also stars Megan Follows, Ben Geurens, Charlie Carrick, Celina Sinden, Dan Jeannotte, Spencer MacPherson and Jonathan Goad.
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