A period drama that picks up where the famous story of Romeo and Juliet leaves off, charting the treachery, palace intrigue, and ill-fated romances of the Montagues and Capulets in the wake of the young lovers' tragic fate.
Aired 12 days ago - Jul 08, 2017
Rosaline and Benvolio work together to uncover who is responsible for pitting the Montagues and Capulets against each other. Meanwhile, Lord Montague is forced to welcome an unannounced visit from his sister, Tessa Montague, who has a manipulative plan of her own on how to deal with the Capulets,
And yet, I cannot know
who this person is,
of that, I swear.
Nor can I bring back the dead,
Someone... she trusted.
You just assume he'll be at a tavern?
That is a wedding gift
from my late husband.
Oh, Benvolio is an aimless young man
Which is why I'm desperate
for your counsel.
We're far more flexible
than you are way out here.
Venice will declare war over this.
You look happy.
and mine went out again,
I'll leave you to your solitude.
My loyalty to my House
is of utmost importance.
Then you haven't said enough.
No. No, it's delicious. Of course.
No, no, she was happy.
Feel what you may, but a man
stands accused of murder,
When I say I have no one
on my side, I mean no one.
Make a fresh start.
Then I will!
I never thought I'd see the day
I will consider your
proposition, Lord Montague.
Do you speak of the fiend?
What do you mean?!
Let me handle that.
I want you gone!
The Prince wants you put to death.
Aired a month ago - Jun 19, 2017
In an attempt to convince the citizens of Verona that Benvolio and Rosaline are madly in love, Prince Escalus suggests a public betrothal ceremony. Meanwhile, Livia bonds with Count Paris, and a larger conspiracy to keep the Montagues and Capulets feuding threatens Escalus’ plans for peace.
Aired 1 months ago - Jun 05, 2017
With Verona in crisis, Rosaline and Benvolio have no choice but to follow Prince Escalus' decree to marry one another in an effort to restore peace, which Rosaline struggles to accept. Lady Capulet continues to mourn Juliet's death, but unsettled by
the way she died, is determined to figure out what or who influenced Juliet's decision. Meanwhile, Livia and the nurse work tirelessly, hiding a secret of their own.
but your presence in this whorehouse
If she says no one's to know,
no one is to know.
The Houses of Verona
need to see our strength.
than a city divided.
A century ago, our people were peasants,
When you make Rosaline Capulet
And I think you'll find whores
you and your husband
could take me with you.
Anything at all?
I don't want to marry that Montague.
Will you attend?
You work with stone?
It's why they stopped their work
Listen, My Lord, if you do not
let me do this, you will die.
and I trust our guests will, as well.
Just thought I'd check in on my beloved.
Let us break bread as a united Verona.
Lord Montague's generosity of spirit,
And I knew she was called
"the flower of Verona."
Only God can know why someone
so young has been taken from us.
What more do you want from me,
But... I don't understand.
we'll announce our news to everyone.
in the eye and tell him
that I am at fault,
You will take the fall.
Wipe down the walls.
At least, that's what I could say.
Aired 2 months ago - May 29, 2017
In the wake of Romeo and Juliet’s tragic deaths, the Montague and Capulet rivalry escalates. A new royal takes the throne in Verona and struggles to determine what is best for his city, which is at the epicenter of mayhem.
You must always put Verona first.
But instead, you shamed our family name
A new young prince, properly managed,
who might want you to be happy.
What a shame.
Montagues and Capulets
have always fought.
How disconcerting this must be.
Somewhere out here is my one true love.
And just like that,
you ruined your life.
I am no coward. I'm family.
sit on spikes outside the palace walls?
There's no sin in being a widow,
and a virgin widow at that.
and your body will go cold and still
Help us! Somebody, please!
Juliet belongs to no man but me.
Livia is so very gracious.
If you think I can't make you suffer
It was something I had hoped for
as they came of age,
N-No, my Lord.
that provides a job,
protects a business,
about the threats outside
the city walls, Brother.
a wife and a mother
and a Capulet here in Verona.
Our city wouldn't be in ruins.
What is this about?