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So when Dreamworks suggested that I develop a Borgia project as a cable series for. Showtime, I saw it as a unique opportunity to write a hour film, about. From Academy Award-winning screenwriter Neil Jordan comes THE BORGIA APOCALYPSE, the epic conclusion to Showtime's acclaimed TV series THE. Start by marking “The Borgia Apocalypse: The Screenplay” as Want to Read: From Academy Award-winning screenwriter Neil Jordan comes THE BORGIA APOCALYPSE, the epic conclusion to Showtime’s acclaimed TV series THE BORGIAS, which was cancelled after its third season.
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And since the most avid fan of the series was myself, I should state that I am available to direct this, should Showtime ever change their minds.
A servant girl comes down, with a pile of bloodied blankets in her hands. She steps back and bows, in confusion. The dead and bloodied body of Alphonso on the bed.
The Pope enters, in the deep background. He looks at the scene, shocked. Then he falls to his knees, begins the prayer of Last Rites.
Relive these childhood classics or discover them here for the first time. Each story details the eerie political, social, and environmental destruction of our world.
Editorial Reviews Publishers Weekly A sensitive introduction by Robert Silverberg sets the tone for 19 varied glimpses of humankind's ending, arranged thematically and ranging from the nuclear bang of Norman Spinrad's "The Big Flash" to the sad whimper of George R. Martin's poignant "Dark, Dark Were the Tunnels.
Even longtime SF fans who know many of these classic stories will be thrilled to have them all in one place, a moving and powerful reminder of humanity's capacity for self-destruction and powerful will to survive. Is going on down there?
No, I'm serious there's a weird virus going around, look at the news. I'm pretty sure Mrs.
The Prophesied End-Time Revealed Movies, books and religions have long-touted stories about the end of the world.. If Showtime and Mr. Oh Showtime, where did it all go wrong? After various internet campaigns and petitions Showtime pulled the plug indefinitely.
There was to be no new series, no TV movie and more importantly no resolve at the end. Instead fans were left with half an ending and a whole lot of disappointment.
The show introduced some talented young British actors such as Holliday Granger and David Oakes as well as hiring some well established luvvies such as Derek Jacobi and of course Jeremy Irons.
I thought s1 Borgias would fill the Tudor shaped void in my life and, for a short while I thought it would. S2 showed a family at war Season 3 I would rather not go into. Perhaps the most damning thing about the whole show was that I kept forgetting to watch it on time, I think just not bothering is a whole lot worse than purely hating something.