If you can’t get enough of the power politics in “Game of Thrones,” Irish director Neil Jordan’s “The Borgias” is your next addiction. The third season of this series on Renaissance Italy’s most diabolical family — they make the Corleones look like the Cosbys — finds Cesare (Francois Arnaud) seeking revenge for the poisoning of his father (Jeremy Irons). The show is visually spectacular, but so costly that Showtime canceled it.
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