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Fox reveals Official Synopsis of Monarch episode Death and Christmas

Fox has released the Official Synopsis of Monarch episode “Death and Christmas” (1.05) that will be aired on Tuesday, October 11 at 09:00-10:00 PM.

Guest-Starring Faith Prince!



The Romans move forward with their traditional Family Christmas special. Clive blackmails Nicky, and Nicky’s publicist pushes her to go public with her romance with Wade. Meanwhile, Ace and Ana go on a date, Gigi rebels and Albie is stunned to learn what Dottie did.

“Monarch” is starring Susan Sarandon as Dottie Roman; Trace Adkins as Albie Roman; Anna Friel as Nicky Roman; Joshua Sasse as Luke Roman; Beth Ditto as Gigi Tucker-Roman; Inigo Pascual as Ace Grayson; Martha Higareda as Catt Phoenix; Meagan Holder as Kayla Tucker-Roman; Emma Milani as Ana Phoenix

Guest Cast are Adam Croasdell as “Clive Grayson,” Callum Kerr as “Wade Stellings,” Eva Amurri as “Young Dottie Cantrell Roman,” Reshma Shetty as “Carineh,” Damon Dayoub as “Jamie Burke,” Faith Prince as “Nellie Cantrell” and Kevin Cahoon as “Earl Cox”



Monarch, Reigning King of Country Music Albie Roman, along with his insanely talented — and tough as nails — wife, Queen of Country Music Dottie Cantrell Roman, have created a country music dynasty, but even though the Roman name is synonymous with authenticity, the very foundation of their success is a lie. When their reign as country royalty is put in jeopardy, heir to the crown Nicolette “Nicky” Roman will stop at nothing to protect her family’s legacy, while ensuring her own quest for stardom, alongside her brother Luke and sister Gigi.

MONARCH is produced and fully owned by FOX Entertainment. Screenwriter Melissa London Hilfers serves as creator, writer and executive producer. Michael Rauch is an executive producer and showrunner. Gail Berman and Hend Baghdady (The Jackal Group) and Jason Owen (Sandbox Entertainment) also serve as executive producers.

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