Da Vinci's Demons : Season 2

  • Network: Starz
  • Series Premiere Date: Apr 12, 2013
Season #: 1, 2, 3
User Score
7.7

Generally favorable reviews- based on 43 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 36 out of 43
  2. Negative: 3 out of 43

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User Reviews

  1. Apr 27, 2014
    10
    It's not hard to love this show if you can handle the fact that it's fantasy. Assassin's Creed gets away with it pretty easily. It's a little bit of history with fun, magic, boobs, and lots of action woven in. It's Sherlock meets Game of Thrones.

    Suspend your disbelief, and enjoy the action!
  2. Apr 24, 2014
    9
    OK - there's SO MUCH of this show I really REALLY shouldn't like in terms of HUGE historical errors, inconsistencies, anachronisms, etc.

    But I can't help it. This show is ENJOYABLE.
  3. Nov 10, 2014
    7
    Season 2 is slow to start, but once it does, it maintains the high quality set by the first season with a creative character arc for Riario, a refreshing change of setting and well developed characters.
Metascore
69

Generally favorable reviews - based on 4 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Reviewed by: Billy Nilles
    Mar 24, 2014
    70
    There's a lot happening all at once and not all of it even makes that much sense. It may never help you pass a history test or win accolades for Starz, but Da Vinci's Demons is still a whole heck of a lot of fun.
  2. Reviewed by: David Hinckley
    Mar 20, 2014
    60
    Street fighting and strategic hiding alike seem to take place in deep shadows, making some of the action difficult to follow. More like impossible, really, for anyone not fully familiar with season one.
  3. Reviewed by: Jeff Jensen
    Mar 18, 2014
    75
    It's still a bit chintzy, though--it simply can't support the scale it craves. Yet Da Vinci just might have purged enough creative demons to be, at the very least, a guilty geek pleasure. [21 Mar 2014, p.59]