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date (day) time network episode title
12/2/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#210) Of Blood and Stone
11/25/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#209) Seven Shadows
11/18/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#208) Le nouveau régime
11/11/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#207) A Night
11/4/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#206) The Sands of Time
10/28/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#205) War and Peace
10/21/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#204) Miasma
10/14/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#203) Quis custodiet ipsos custodes
10/7/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#202) A Still Small Voice
9/30/17 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#201) The Labyrinth
11/19/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#109/110) Etiquette/Bring the Garden Here
11/12/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#108) Diplomacy
11/5/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#107) Revelations
10/29/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#106) Invalides
10/22/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#105) Bow to Your King
10/15/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#104) The Road
10/8/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#103) Mirror for Princes
10/1/16 (Sa.)10:00 PMOVATION(#101/102) Welcome to Versailles/I Am the State
7/14/16 (Th.)7:30 AMOVATIONVersailles Inside

Returns in TBA 2018 (Exact Date TBA)
10/1/16 - ???
returning in 2018/2019 (date TBA)
not on the schedule
3 (10 episodes)
renewed through the 2018-19 season (the show's third of 10 episodes) on 1/16/18
(from Ovation's press release, January 2018) Fresh off the success of its Season Two premiere, Ovation, America's only arts network, has licensed Season 3 of the hit international series Versailles (10 x 60') from Banijay Rights, the international distribution arm of Banijay Group. The new season will have its U.S. linear and digital premieres on Ovation TV, on VOD, and Ovation NOW in the fall 2018. The announcement was made today by Scott Woodward, EVP, Programming, Ovation. Versailles season 3 is a CANAL+ Création Originale series, produced by Capa Drama, Banijay Studios France, Entre Chien et Loup. This landmark Anglo-French drama takes the period genre to new dimensions, focusing on the art and culture, greed and deception, sex and politics, and duplicity and murder that all collided in the court of Louis XIV. Since its debut on Ovation in the fall of 2016, the series has been a remarkable success for the network, both on air and across its social networks. Season Two, which concluded last month, exceeded the stellar ratings of Season One by +11% with adults 25-54, and +13% in total viewers. On social media, fan engagement continued to grow throughout the season, and doubled during the final episode. The Los Angeles Times named Versailles Season Two one of the Top Ten shows of 2017. "Versailles has been a stunning success for Ovation since the Season One premiere," said Woodward. "Season Two exceeded our expectations, surging past the network's benchmarks for original premieres. Particularly thrilling for us was the marked uptick across all our social media platforms and interest in our original behind-the-scenes and documentary content about Versailles. It had the 'tide raises all ships' effect and we certainly are eager to ride the wave into 2018 with Season Three." At the end of the last season, we saw King Louis' empire, as well as his sanity, dissolve into chaos. In Season Three, he resolves to regain control of his own life, his precious Versailles, and France itself. But rebellion is in the air and new challenges are brewing inside Versailles, as well as outside. Emboldened by his new favorite Madame de Maintenon, he won't relent in his quest for absolute power, convinced of his own divine powers.
· Alexander Vlahos as Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
· Amira Casar as Béatrice Hiéronyme de Lorraine
· Anna Brewster as Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan
· Evan Williams as Chevalier de Lorraine
· George Blagden as Louis XIV
· Noémie Schmidt as Henrietta of England
· Sarah Winter as Louise de La Vallière
· Stuart Bowman as Alexandre Bontemps
· Tygh Runyan as Fabien Marchal
· David Wolstencroft as CRTR/EP
· Simon Mirren as CRTR/EP
· drama
· Capa Drama
· Incendo Productions
· Zodiak Media Group