The newest installment for the hit series "Reign" will highlight Queen Mary's marriage conflicts with Lord Danley and Lord Bothwell.
Previously, "Reign" Season 4 is rumored to have been cancelled; however, latest posts via Instagram by show members and crew prove otherwise. So far, it is confirmed that Adam Croasdell from "East Enders" will join "Reign" Season 4 to play the character of Queen Mary's (Adelaide Kane) third husband, while Will Kemp was also tapped to portray the character of the queen's second husband, Lord Danley, The Inquisitr reported.
The plot of "Reign" Season 4 includes that of subsequent marriage of Queen Mary to Lord Danley right after his first husband Francis (Tony Regbo). However, Lord Danley will be killed shortly after tying the knot with the queen, thus, paves the way for Bothwell to enter in the picture by making the queen fall in love with him, ASZ News reported.
In real life story, Bothwell is known to have been involved in killing of one of the close relatives of the queen. There is no report yet as to whether or not this is included in the story arc of the upcoming season; nevertheless, fans speculate that the conflict between the two will surely ensue, should this event be included in "Reign" Season 4.
Meanwhile, Croasdell and Kemp is reportedly contracted to appear only in four episodes, but if things go well, they might also be regulars of the show. Furthermore, the appearance of the two might be on the later episodes of "Reign" Season 4, as it seems inappropriate to have them immediately introduced right after the death of Queen Mary's first husband.
In addition, "Reign" Season 4 episode 8 will be titled "Unchartered Waters" and the scheduled premiere on the first quarter of the show is rumored to have been moved to give way to HBO's "Game of Thrones."