REIGN (Image Credit: The CW)

Why You Should be Watching ‘Reign’!

REIGN (Image Credit: The CW)

REIGN (Image Credit: The CW)

To anyone who is a faithful fan of The Vampire Diaries and has switched to another channel when the end credits start to roll before giving Reign a chance, shame on you! Adding this period drama to the Thursday night lineup was one of the greatest moves the CW has made this season. Adelaide Kane (Mary Queen of Scots), Toby Regbo (Francis) and Torrance Coombs (Bash) lead a fresh faced cast in one of television’s best new guilty pleasures. If historical fiction, suspenseful drama, love triangles and great entertainment are all things you enjoy, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some the top reasons you should be watching Reign! Continue reading

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Toby Regbo, Adelaide Kane and Torrance Coombs (Image Credit: Sean Torrenli / The Daily Quirk) REIGN Promo (Image Credit: The CW)

VIDEO: Exclusive Interviews with the Stars of ‘Reign’, Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo & Torrance Coombs

Toby Regbo, Adelaide Kane and Torrance Coombs (Image Credit: Sean Torrenli / The Daily Quirk) REIGN Promo (Image Credit: The CW)

Toby Regbo, Adelaide Kane and Torrance Coombs (Image Credit: Sean Torrenli / The Daily Quirk) REIGN Promo (Image Credit: The CW)

The CW’s latest drama, Reign, promises to bring all the drama, intrigue and sex appeal the network is known for to the lush historical imagery of 1557 France. The show stars Adelaide Kane as “Mary Queen of Scots,” who’s thrust into French court life where she quickly gets entangled in conspiracies, murder plots and of course a steamy love triangle that includes the future fair-haired King of France played by Toby Regbo and his half-brother the dark and mysterious Bash, played by Torrance Coombs.

We caught up with Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo and Torrance Coombs at New York Comic Con for exclusive interviews where they shared what fans can expect from Reign, the appeal of the time period and what attracted them to the roles! Watch the interview below on The Daily Quirk! Continue reading