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3 Seasons, 32 Episodes

Genre: History / Musical / Soap /


Set in 17th century Paris, musketeers Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D’Artagnan are members of an elite band of soldiers who fight for what is just. They are heroes in the truest and most abiding sense – men that can be trusted an believed in to do the right thing, regardless of personal risk.
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The Musketeers: SEASON 3, EPISODE 10: We Are the Garrison | TVBuzer

Aired: August 06,2016

Following Treville's funeral the musketeers survive an attempt by Grimaud to kill them when their garrison is torched, leaving many casualties, and gunpowder and weapons stolen. To lure the musketeers into a trap Grimaud takes hostages including Sylvie but the four comrades stage a rescue, and the queen and Dauphin are restored to the palace with M... more

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Keep Your Friends Close

Another year of dueling, pistols, and sexy leather costumes kicks off with The Musketeers Season 2 Episode 1. As premieres go, this one came out of the gate full force, with more action and espionage than ever before. Our fearsome foursome took center stage immediately, throwing punches and jokes at every turn. The only thing missing was the beguiling Milady de Winter, who I'm sure will be back sooner or later with a vengeance. Literally.  In a surprising twist, Cardinal Ric... more

An Ordinary Man

Of all the gin joints, in all the world, King Louis just had to chose the one that Spanish slave traders operate out of. There were plenty of royal hijinks to be had this week on The Musketeers Season 2 Episode 2. Personally, I felt like this episode played out a bit too much like a sit-com, with the premise and the "uh-oh" moment set up a too perfectly. The King's decision to disguise himself in order to live like a commoner for a night seemed just a tad too played out, but ... more

The Good Traitor

I can almost hear the sound of those poor deprived Anamis shippers. They were almost in the same room! This week on, The Musketeers Season 2 Episode 3, the Dauphin is sick, and that sickness manages to put everyone in harm's way. Let's start off with Constance, shall we? I'm actually so impressed with her development this season. Last year, we got to see her mostly in a romantic context, with a few short sword fights thrown in. But now, she's advising the Queen, ki... more



The Musketeers: Rupert Everett and Matthew McNulty added to the cast of The Musketeers for series three News | TVBuzer

Rupert Everett and Matthew McNulty added to the cast of The Musketeers for series three

The BBC has revealed that Rupert Everett and Matthew McNulty have been added to the cast for the third series of BBC One drama The Musketeers. Rupert Everett will portray Philippe Achille, Marquis de Feron, the corrupt Governor of Paris, Head of the Red Guard and illegitimate brother to Louis XIII. Matthew ... more

The Musketeers: Trial and Punishment - The Musketeers Mini-Review and Recap News | TVBuzer

Trial and Punishment - The Musketeers Mini-Review and Recap

And so Series 2 of 'The Musketeers' ends, with a bang and a bit of a whimper. As I noted in previous reviews, this season had the much more blatant villainy of Rochefort (Marc Warren), rather than last year's Cardinal Richelieu. In this blowout finale, Rochefort goes out like he came in: a punk. He's killed trying to garrote a woman, after a very prolonged death scene that ivolves his having a sword rammed vertically down his back. Ouch. Everybody gets their licks in, ... more

The Musketeers: The Accused - 'The Musketeers' Mini-Review and Recap News | TVBuzer

The Accused - 'The Musketeers' Mini-Review and Recap

So this week, we get a study in villainy and actor Marc Warren goes all-out as Rochefort. He finally has the traditional eye patch from the novel and movies, and he puts his full plan in motion to become the King of France. It's an interesting portrayal. In series 1, Peter Capaldi 's Cardinal Richelieu was practically an anti-hero. For the most part, what he did, he did for France. He was ruthless, conniving, and if you got in his way you were a dead man. But he was still a hero of sorts. ... more


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