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Marco Polo

A 10-hour re-creation of 13th-century splendors and intrigues, chronicling the perilous trek to the Orient of the Venetian trader's son, depicted here as a guileless charmer with a taste for wanderlust. An Emmy winner for Outstanding Limited Series, it fea (more…)

Premiered: May 16, 1982

Rating: None

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Netflix Picks Up Marco Polo From Starz

Netflix has acquired the rights to Marco Polo, the upcoming 13th century-set series about the legendary adventurer. The drama, from the Weinstein Company and Electus, had previously been set up at Starz. Starz first announced Marco Polo at the Januar… Read more

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  • Premiered: May 16, 1982
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: A 10-hour re-creation of 13th-century splendors and intrigues, chronicling the perilous trek to the Orient of the Venetian trader's son, depicted here as a guileless charmer with a taste for wanderlust. An Emmy winner for Outstanding Limited Series, it fea… (more)

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