E!’s The Royals continues season four with episode six titled “My News Shall Be The Fruit To That Great Feast” airing Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 10pm ET/PT. Episode five found Liam declaring his support for his brother King Robert who just happened to be eavesdropping on Liam and Cyrus’ conversation. Cyrus wasn’t about to give up on taking down Robert, so Robert decided the best course of action was to banish Cyrus not only from the castle but from the country.
Season four episode five also found Princess Eleanor and Jasper growing closer, with Jasper forced to introduce his girlfriend to his grifter dad who has weaseled his way into the palace. Jasper also learned that King Robert wasn’t the target of an assassination attempt. The shooter was actually aiming for Jasper.
Season four consists of 10 one-hour episodes starring Elizabeth Hurley as Queen Helena, Max Brown as King Robert, Jake Maskall as Cyrus, Tom Austen as Jasper, Alexandra Park as Princess Eleanor, William Moseley as Prince Liam, and Genevieve Gaunt and Wilhelmina. Brian Robbins, Joe Davola (One Tree Hill, Smallville), and Shauna Phela are the executive producers.
E!’s released two clips from the upcoming sixth episode of season four. First up, Jasper and Eleanor are sharing a fun moment in bed when King Robert barges in and interrupts things. The second clip reveals Elizabeth Hurley’s son Damian Hurley is reprising his role as Hansel von Liechtenstein to help celebrate the Queen’s birthday.
The “My News Shall Be The Fruit To That Great Feast” Plot: Tensions rise at a family dinner celebrating the Queen’s birthday as Liam brings a surprising guest and Jasper finds out the identity of the man who shot him.
The Royals Season 4 Plot: Drama about a fictional British Royal family, who inhabit a world of luxury and regal tradition, but one that also involves intrigue and unexpected twists revealing the complexities faced by royals trying to maintain high-profile relationships under scrutiny, and continuing to shine a light on the anarchy in the monarchy.
The fourth season of The Royals picks up after the charming, potentially duplicitous, Prince Robert (Max Brown) is crowned King of England. Prince Liam (William Moseley) and his recently dethroned uncle Cyrus (Jake Maskall) form an unlikely alliance, Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley) struggles to control her unruly brood as she figures out her role in the palace. And, after a heated on again-off again relationship, bodyguard Jasper (Tom Austen) tries to capture Princess Eleanor’s (Alexandra Park) heart one more time just as they are about to face their biggest obstacle yet.