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Da Vinci's Demons is a historical fantasy drama series that presents a fictional account of Leonardo da Vinci's early life.[1][2] The series was conceived by David S. Goyer and stars Tom Riley in the title role.[3] It was developed and produced in collaboration with BBC Worldwide and was shot in Wales.[4] The series has been distributed to over 120 countries.[5]
 
The show follows Leonardo as he is implicated in the political schemes of the Medici and Pazzi families and their contrasting relationships with the Catholic Church. These events occur alongside Leonardo's quest to obtain the Book of Leaves as he finds himself entangled with a cult known as the Sons of Mithras

The series premiered in the United States on Starz on 12 April 2013, and its second season premiered on 22 March 2014.[6] The series was renewed for a third season, which premiered on 24 October 2015.[7] On 23 July 2015, Starz announced that the third season would be the show's last.[8] However, Goyer has left it open for a miniseries return.

A fictionalised story based on historical persons, the series explores the early life of Leonardo da Vinci during the Renaissance in Italy. He is an eccentric genius who has struggled to deal with his inner demons and unruly imagination, as he yearns for acceptance from his estranged father. Their sometimes antagonistic relationship results in Leonardo's working for the House of Medici. While doing so, he becomes embroiled in a political scheme to control Florence, as he hunts for a spy who is revealing information to the Catholic Church and the Pazzi family. He also begins an affair with Lucrezia Donati, Lorenzo de' Medici's mistress. The series depicts many of Leonardo's inventions and subsequent works as a military engineer for the Duke of Milan and the Borgias

These events coincide with Leonardo's quest to uncover the Book of Leaves. He is guided by a mystic to unlock the hidden areas of his mind by accessing the Fountain of Memory, as he becomes involved with a mysterious cult known as the Sons of Mithras. They inform him that he has the power not only to see the future but also to shape it.

Cast and characters

Main

Recurring

Guest and cameo

  • Ross O'Hennessy as Commander Quattrone (seasons 1–2)
  • Paul Westwood as Niccoló Ardinghelli (season 1)
  • Faye Johnson as Camilla Pazzi (season 1)
  • Abbie Hirst as Allegra Pazzi (season 1)
  • David Sturzaker as Bernardo Baroncelli (season 1)
  • Simon Armstrong as Scarpa (season 1)
  • Hugh Bonneville as Galeazzo Maria Sforza (cameo season 1)
  • Tom Wu as Quon Shan (season 2)
  • Ieuan Rhys as Councilman De'Rossi (season 3)
  • Simon Winkler as Golo (cameo season 1)

Casting

Tom Riley was the first actor to be cast in the series, as The Hollywood Reporter announced he had landed the role as da Vinci. Goyer and managing director Carmi Zlotnik revealed he was cast as he could portray the character with many dimensions that would appeal to a worldwide audience.[10] They later reported that Laura Haddock had been cast in the female lead as Lucrezia Donati.[11]

Production

The series has marked the first collaboration between Starz and BBC Worldwide following a new production agreement. Fox International Channels picked up the series for global distribution.[2][12] The show was created by Goyer, who directed the first two episodes and wrote several others along writers such as Scott Gimple, Brian Nelson and Joe Ahearne.[13] Julian Court and Jamie Payne were hired as cinematographers who worked interchangeably with the different directors. 

Filming for the series took place in the United Kingdom, at Swansea, Neath, Port Talbot and Margam Castle in Wales. A 265,000-square-foot (24,600 m2) studio in Swansea Gate Business Park was also used and several sets were built to resemble 15th-century Florence.[14] Annie Symons was brought on board as the lead costume designer.[15] Bear McCreary composed the score for the series, and orchestrated the main theme to reflect Leonardo's use of mirror writing.[16] Goyer had a scene in episode five depicting a kiss between Leonardo and Jacopo Saltarelli filmed in secret as he feared network interference.[17]
 
Goyer revealed to USA Today at the New York Comic Con that season two would also be set in South America and would feature Machu Picchu and the Inca Empire. Goyer claimed that this was justified by "new research" that has revealed Chinese and European explorers may have arrived in the New World earlier than was originally believed.

 
 
 
 
 

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