Sunday, April 10, 2016

Five Favorite Episodes of "THE MUSKETEERS" Season One (2014)



Below is a list of my five favorite episodes from Season One of "THE MUSKETEERS", the BBC's historical action-drama based on Alexandre Dumas, père's 1844 novel. Created by Adrian Hodges, the series stars Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles and Luke Pasqualino: 


FIVE FAVORITE EPISODES OF "THE MUSKETEERS" SEASON ONE (2014)

1 - 1.09 Knight Takes Queen

1. (1.09) "Knight Takes Queen" - Musketeers Aramis and Athos are forced to protect Queen Anne from assassins hired by Cardinal Richelieu at a convent, after King Louis XIII expressed disillusion with the Queen's inability to have children. Meanwhile, Porthos and d'Artangnan race back to Paris to gather more Musketeers to come to their aid.



2 - 1.06 Exiles 

2. (1.06) "The Exiles" - Aramis and d'Artagnan try to protect a young woman and her baby, who are sought by armed men. Both mother and child are sought by both Cardinal Richelieu and the King's treacherous the exiled Marie de' Medici. Tara Fitzgerald and Amy Nuttall guest starred.



3 - 1.10 Musketeers Dont Die Easily

3. (1.10) "Musketeers Don't Die Easily" - In the season finale, a rift develops between d'Artangnan and Athos, when the latter in a state of drunkenness takes his estranged wife Milady de Winter hostage and learns about her brief affair with the younger Musketeer. Sean Pertwee guest starred.



4 - 1.05 The Homecoming

4. (1.05) "The Homecoming" - A drunken Porthos is framed for murder in his old neighborhood, Paris' Court of Miracles slum. When his three colleagues seek to exonerate him, they stumble across a real estate conspiracy regarding the neighborhood. Ashley Walters, Helen Cotterill and Anton Lesser guest starred.



5 - 1.02 Sleight of Hand

5. (1.02) "Sleight of Hand" - The Musketeers engineer d'Artagnan's imprisonment in a cell with a notorious criminal named Vadim. The latter has a plan to use the visiting Queen Anne to escape and start a revolution. But his plans proved to be more criminal than political. Jason Flemyng guest starred.

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