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It's 1589 in Elizabethan England, where a young William Shakespeare arrives from the small town of Stratford to an electric London punk-rock theatre scene. This seductive, violent world inspires Will to dream big, but his budding talent faces rioting audiences, religious fanatics and raucous sideshows. Attracted to Will is the beautiful, rebellious Alice Burbage, who is forbidden by society from pursuing a career in the theater. However, a chance encounter leads Alice's brother Richard to team with Will to create what soon becomes the greatest actor-writer partnership the world has ever seen. The drama series, says TNT, is told in a bold, contemporary style and played to a modern soundtrack that exposes all of Shakespeare's recklessness, lustful temptations and tortured brilliance.

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Will and the company are shocked by a terrible discovery, and they must risk everything in a life and death struggle for survival.
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To write his new play, Will must confront Topcliffe; to achieve greatness, Richard must tell his father a harsh truth; Alice contemplates a perilous mission.
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A shocked Will learns of Alice's new passion; haunted by his inability to write, Marlowe embarks on a self-destructive path; plague haunts London; Richard discovers what he believes in.
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With the theater in jeopardy, Will enlists the help of a beautiful and talented friend; Alice turns to Southwell for comfort; an existential crisis leads Marlowe back to the dubious Edward Kelly.
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Tensions rise as Will and Alice continue to collaborate; Anne attempts to adjust to London life; love forces Marlowe to confront his darkest fears; Presto confronts true evil.
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An unexpected arrival sends Will's world spinning; a transcendental experience leads Marlowe to deal with his past; Topcliffe deciphers a code that throws Will into a life-and-death situation.
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Marlowe introduces Will to the decadent elite of London, but things take a macabre turn; Alice becomes disillusioned; Will must fight for all that he holds dear.
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Will has an epiphany that could lead him to success, but he needs Alice's help; a charismatic fugitive from Will's past burdens him.
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Wracked with guilt over the arrest of a rival playwright, Will makes a dangerous confession to the beautiful and rebellious Alice; the future of the theatre becomes threatened when another playhouse tempts crowd-pleasing actor Kemp.
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In 1589, a time of religious turmoil in England, Will Shakespeare arrives from the small town of Stratford to the wild streets of London with little more than a dream and a treacherous letter.

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