Cesare burns Constanzo's palace in order to contain the plague.
Alexander agrees to Cesare's plan to destroy the Sforza dynasty.
Lucrezia plots against King Ferdinand.
Alexander dramatically calls for a Crusade.
Alfonso abandons Lucrezia alone on their wedding night.
Pope Alexander tasks Cardinal Sforza with initiating an inquisition.
Season 3 premiere. Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) fights for his life.
Season 2 finale. The assassin strikes with a poisoned chalice of wine.
Cesare is forced to make a chilling decision about his brother Juan.
Juan returns injured - his "proof" of valor - but Cesare exposes the lie.
Season 2. Juan's glory from his Spanish military triumph is short-lived.
Season 2. Cesare tries to prove his military might with a Medici raid.
Season 2. Cesare deals with the Sforzas; Alexander hears a fiery preacher.
Season 2. Cesare recruits a band of mercenaries for revenge on the French.
Season 2. Lucrezia goes on a hunger strike; Della Rovere returns to Rome.
Season 2. Lucrezia's young lover meets an unfortunate fate at Juan's hands.
Season 2 premiere. Alexander takes a new lover; Lucrezia tends her child.
Season 1 finale. The Pope preserves power; Lucrezia gives birth to a son.
Season 1. The Pope awaits his fate as the French enter the city unopposed.
Season 1. Victory looms for France as Italian nobles flee to their banner.
Season 1. The Pope proposes a marital alliance to thwart France's invasion.
Season 1. Lucrezia has a torrid affair while Cesare makes diabolical plans.
Season 1. The Borgias tawdry behavior sullies Lucrezia's lavish nuptials.
Season 1. The Pope hosts a Turkish prince and negotiates Lucrezia's hand.
Season 1. The new Pope quickly elevates his children to powerful positions.