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The Musketeers is a BBC historical-action drama programme based on the characters from Alexandre Dumas's novel The Three Musketeers and co-produced by BBC America and BBC Worldwide. The first episode was shown on BBC One on 19 January 2014. It stars Tom Burke as Athos, Santiago Cabrera as Aramis, Howard Charles as Porthos, Luke Pasqualino as d'Artagnan, with Tamla Kari as Constance, Maimie McCoy as Milady and Alexandra Dowling as the Queen. It also features Peter Capaldi as Cardinal Richelieu in the first series and Marc Warren (Comte de Rochefort) in the second series.
Jessica Pope and Adrian Hodges produce the show for the BBC. The programme is largely filmed in the Czech Republic. All the major actors, except Capaldi, have been "contracted for the long run". The show was commissioned for a second series on 9 February 2014, which premiered on 2 January 2015. On 2 February 2015, it was announced that the show had been renewed for a third series. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
On the Spanish front, Athos, Porthos, and D'Artagnan find themselves outgunned when a supply train bearing gunpowder doesn't come through. They go to investigate and discover that a new player, Lucien Grimaud, is responsible. Meanwhile, Minister Treville and Constance deal with the new leader of the Red Guards, Louis' stepbrother the Marquis de Feron.
Feron and Grimaud set out to turn the people of Paris against Louis by stealing grain and framing the war refugees. When D'Artagnan intervenes, he is arrested by the Red Guard. Meanwhile, Athos makes the acquaintance of a female refugee and revolutionary, and Anne receives word that Aramis has returned to Paris.
Louis has the Musketeers bring his traitorous brother Gaston to Paris, despite the latter's exile, and extends the hand of friendship to the relative who tried to overthrow him. Meanwhile, the veterans of Paris grow restless when Louis refuses to pay their pensions. When Gaston loses a purse containing incriminating letters, Feron sees an opportunity to benefit himself.
On a visit by the Queen of England, her jewels are stolen. By the purest of coincidence, the Musketeers find Emile Bonnaire in the city at the same time. Also, Aramis meets a friend from childhood who's about to be married.
Lucien and Feron stage a prison breakout to cover Lucien's theft of the king's gold reserve. D'Artagnan befriends an insane prisoner who thinks that he's Louis, while Aramis and Constance discover that an imprisoned locksmith's wife is being held as leverage to force the man to assist in the robbery.
Lucien sets out to kill the Musketeers before they interfere further in his plans. He launches an attack on Athos and sets a trap for Aramis, Porthos, and D'Artagnan. Meanwhile, Louis goes on a pilgrimage, while Feron is forced to choose sides.
The Musketeers pursue Lucien and find themselves in a camp of women waiting for their husbands to return from the war. Meanwhile, Anne begs Louis' forgiveness for the sake of France.
Lucien abducts Aramis, who is secretly conducting peace negotiations for Anne with her brother Philip, as bait in a trap to kill the Musketeers. Meanwhile, Milady returns from England to be with Athos, and Sylvie is framed for crimes against the Crown.
As Lucien leads the armies of Lorraine to the gates of Paris, Treville is forced to take extreme measures when he unexpectedly finds himself in a position of power.
Lucien launches one final attack on the Musketeers, and only with love and courage will they stand true... or die.
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