Is Versailles on Netflix? (Where to watch)

CANNES, FRANCE - APRIL 04: (L-R) Albin Lewi,Alexander Vlahos, Elisa Lasowski,George Blagden, Fleur Pellerin and Benoit Louvet attend the Opening Ceremony and "Versailles - Season 3" screening during the 1st Cannes International Series Festival at Palais des Festivals on April 4, 2018 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
CANNES, FRANCE - APRIL 04: (L-R) Albin Lewi,Alexander Vlahos, Elisa Lasowski,George Blagden, Fleur Pellerin and Benoit Louvet attend the Opening Ceremony and "Versailles - Season 3" screening during the 1st Cannes International Series Festival at Palais des Festivals on April 4, 2018 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images) /
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The French historical fiction drama Versailles is available to stream right now! If you’ve been looking all over for this show, you’ve come to the right place. Continue reading to find out where you can watch all three seasons of the television series.

Versailles premiered on Canal+ in France in November 2015, and viewers absolutely fell in love with the period drama. The story is set in 1667 during the construction of the Palace of Versailles and follows 28-year-old King Louis XIV as he takes the throne as King of France.

George Blagden, Alexander Vlahos, Tygh Runyan, Stuart Bowman, Amira Casar, Evan Williams, Noémie Schmidt, Anna Brewster, Sarah Winter, Suzanne Clément, and many others star in the period drama.

Viewers have praised the series for its unique plots, mystery, action-packed scenes, drama, stellar performances by the cast, etc. Some even applauded the series for its attempt at portraying historical events as accurately as possible. So if Versailles seems like a show that’s worth watching to you, we’ll share where the period drama is available to stream.

Is Versailles on Netflix?

Yes! You don’t have to look any further than your favorite streamer to binge-watch all three seasons of the period drama. Each season consists of 10 episodes with runtimes in the 50-minute range.

It’s rated TV-MA due to there being sex and nudity, violence and gore, some profanity, use of alcohol and smoking, and some frightening and intense scenes. So before you set yourself for an intense binge session, make sure no kids are in sight.

Now that we’ve talked about the series enough, it’s time you see a visual of what’s to come in the show! Below, we shared the season 1 trailer for Versailles.

If you can, try to set aside some time to watch Versailles. It’ll probably take you a bit to watch all three seasons, but it’s worth it!

Versailles is currently streaming on Netflix. Will you be watching the period drama?

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