The abduction of beautiful Helen, wife of Spartan King Menelaus, by Paris of Troy triggers a long war.
Two empires at the edge of war. One woman at the center of it all.
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This adaptation changes several aspects of the original legend of Helen. The gods play almost no role in the characters' lives, Helen is not shown to have any children and it's not explained how Cassandra supposedly got her powers. Instead, the series plays the story like a brutal historical event with little supernatural elements. See more
When Clytemnestra kills Agamemnon in the swimming pool, her modern style bra and underwear are clearly visible through her wet clothes. Such undergarments were not available during the time of Helen of Troy. See more
You should have killed me when you had the chance.
I don't fight like that.
[Achilles throws his spear at Hector
Version of Troy