Mary Stuart tries to balance her many roles in the face of political and social upheaval.
Laurie Mccarthy (Executive Producer), Frank Siracusa (Executive Producer), Anne Wheeler (Director), Drew Lindo (Writer), Wendy Riss gatsiounis (Writer), Lee Rose (Director), P.k. Simonds (Writer), Charles Binamé (Director), Laurie Mccarthy (Writer), Nancy Won (Writer), Nathaniel Goodman (Director), Deborah Chow (Director), Doris Egan (Writer), Melody Fox (Writer), Larysa Kondracki (Director), Chelsey Lora (Writer), Lynne Stopkewich (Director), Daniel Sinclair (Writer), Rich Newey (Director), Fred Gerber (Director), Adele Lim (Writer), Steve Dimarco (Director), Norma Bailey (Director), Sudz Sutherland (Director), Holly Dale (Director), Harley Peyton (Writer), Jeff Renfroe (Director), Jeremiah Chechik (Director), David Babcock (Writer), Alan Mccullough (Writer), Chris Grismer (Director), Mike Herro (Writer), David Strauss (Writer), Mike Rohl (Director), Hannah Schneider (Writer), Allan Kroeker (Director), Charlie Craig (Writer), David Frazee (Director), Edgar Lyall (Writer), Rachel Talalay (Director), Helen Shaver (Director), Bradley Walsh (Director), Bruce Mcdonald (Director), Jennie Snyder urman (Writer), Scott Peters (Director), Matt Hastings (Director), Brad Silberling (Director), Stephanie Sengupta (Writer)
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Queen of Scotland Mary Stuart travels to France with four ladies-in-waiting to secure her politically strategic engagement to the king's son, Prince Francis. Mary and Francis share a mutual attraction, even though he has reservations about the wisdom of an alliance with Scotland. Complicating issues is Bash, Francis' illegitimate half-brother whom Mary finds herself drawn to in spite of herself. The French Court is also full of less romantic challenges for Mary, who finds her engagement -- and life -- threatened until she finds an ally in a mysterious shrouded guide. With all that she faces, Mary rallies, readying herself to rule and trying to find a balance between the demands of her country and those of her heart.
Adelaide Kane as Mary
Toby Regbo as King Francis
Torrance Coombs as Bash
Megan Follows as Queen Catherine
Celina Sinden as Greer
Caitlin Stasey as Kenna
Anna Popplewell as Lola
Jonathan Keltz as Leith
Sean Teale as Cond├®
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