It’s been confirmed today that the third season The Musketeers will be the last.
Executive producer Jessica Pope commented: “Season 3 of The Musketeers completes this 30-hour series with ambition and energy. It is packed with action and adventure, fun and drama from the very first opening seconds of episode one to the very end.
She teased: “It is a season that will delight its fans and pay off everything they have come to love about the show. Bigger in scale and more serialised than before, it has been real privilege and a joy to produce such a fabulous piece of entertainment for the BBC.”
Starring Luke Pasqualino as d’Artagnan, Tom Burke as Athos, Howard Charles as Porthos, Santiago Cabrera as Aramis, Hugo Speer as Captain Treville, Ryan Gage as King Louis, Alexandra Dowling as Queen Anne and Tamla Kari as Constance, The Musketeers launched on BBC One in January 2014.
Season 3 will air on BBC One and BBC America later this year and sees Rupert Everett join the cast as Philippe Achille, Marquis de Feron, the corrupt Governor of Paris, Head of the Red Guard and illegitimate brother to Louis XIII.
The My Best Friend’s Wedding star commented last year: “I’m very excited to be joining the cast of The Musketeers for the new series. I love the show and am really looking forward to working with the team.”
Everett follows Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi and Mad Dogs star Marc Warren as the show’s previous villains.
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