In strife-torn Renaissance Florence, Leonardo da Vinci continues his search for the legendary Book of Leaves while warring against a new crowd of mortal enemies intent on squelching his genius and obscuring his past. 3-disc set includes episodes such as "The Blood Of Man", "The Blood Of Brothers", and "The Voyage Of The Damned".
Tom RileyLeonardo da Vinci
Laura HaddockLucrezia Donati
Lara PulverClarice Orsini
Elliot CowanLorenzo Medici
Blake RitsonCount Riario
Tom BatemanGiuliano Medici
James FaulknerPope Sixtus IV
David S. GoyerExecutive Producer
Julie GardnerExecutive Producer
Jane TranterExecutive Producer
BBC Worldwide ProductionsProduction Company
Starz OriginalsProduction Company
Fantasy Adventure,Period Show [TV],Prime-Time Drama [TV]
Da Vinci's Demons
3 Discs, DVD
Adrenaline Rush, Food for Thought
Da Vinci's Demons: The Complete Second Season [3 Discs] [DVD]
This was a well crafted and acted series that takes you back to a world you could only imagine. Period piece with great costumes and a look at how the world around Da Vinci might have been. Completing my set, so the sale price on this was very welcome.
This series is one of my guilty pleasures and the whole reason I keep paying the premium cable channels. (Well one of them GoT is another.) I really love this after watching the Borgias series and playing Assassin's Creed II series (II, Brotherhood, and Revelations) and seeing all the characters come to life! I truly wish they would start making the Assassin's Creed series like this! I digress. The characters in this series are mesmerizing and there is lust, deceit, and action around every corner! I am anxious to see how they continue the plot and the series of mysterious plots this story takes you in!
It is definitely worth the money and the time! You won't regret it!
I picked up the dvd version of this show mostly as a collector's item of one of my favorite shows. Although the quality is pretty good, get the blu ray version if you have a blu ray player. I love the packaging that both sets come in, plus I'm sure that if you give this series a chance, you'll probably love it as much as I do!
Just as a side note, Starz does it again. I really like many of their series, such as Spartacus, Outlander, Black Sails, and others.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Not as good as the 1st season, but still very good
I got this, along with Black Sails, on the buy one get one free deal that Best Buy had. It was a no brainer for me, as I really enjoy this series and had to add it to my collection. That said, if you're not looking for a period series that takes a very different approach to DaVinci's time, then I'd say this series isn't for you. It's definitely out of the box thinking, but I've loved watching the approach and imagining the possibility of Davinci's existence being similar. Historically, not very much that I'd say would be accurate, but again, I don't think that was the point of this series. It's very entertaining overall.
This show just keeps getting better, and the cost of this boxed set is made worth it by the development of Blake Ritson's character of Count Girolamo Riario alone! Unfortunately, Starz has decided to only give the show one more season, leaving room in their following year's budget for the new Evil Dead TV show and bringing their total of intelligently written shows back down to zero. Really Starz? The Evil Dead?
Starting in Post World War 2, Claire Randall, a combat nurse find herself separated from her husband while vacationing in Scotland and is transported to Scotland in 1743 during the Jacobite Uprisings.
I watched this as a lark one day on demand and I can't stop watching this engrossing and captivating drama.
Great series...never a dull moment. The writing and acting is excellent.
Great locations, great plots and the ride that this tv series takes you on is so entertaining. Can't wait for season 3. This is a must for any one who enjoys history, drama, science and the telling of a great story full of adventure!
I actually sat there and watched the entire 2nd Season in one setting. Time did not become reality until the end of the last episode. Have to get Season 3 to see how DaVinci has this new development - who knew this side of DaVinci existed?