BBC America Sets June 22 Premiere, Season 2 Order for ‘Musketeers’

BBC America Sets June 22 Premiere,

D’Artagnan and Co. will romp for at least two seasons BBC America. The cabler has set June 22 as the premiere date for “The Musketeers” and given the series a sophomore season greenlight.

“Musketeers” is billed as a contemporary take on the adventures of the Alexandre Dumas characters, albeit still set in 17th century Paris. Luke Pasqualino, Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera and Howard Charles topline the series penned by Adrian Hodges (“My Week with Marilyn”).

“Musketeers” is co-produced by BBC America and BBC Worldwide. The first season has a 10-episode order.

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  1. Peter G. says:

    I’ve followed season 1 of The Musketeers here in Canada, and what a wonderful series the BBC has produced. This series has it all from action, suspense, romance and great acting from all the main characters. I’m looking forward to season 2, and hopefully many more seasons to come.

  2. Deeannjay says:

    I have enjoyed the first season, which has just ended here in the UK. There are some strong episodes and the leading four characters are very well cast, plus there are some great guests, particularly in the female roles.

  3. lotrfan says:

    The first season was great! The show was renewed by BBC one a couple of months ago.

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