Reign of Traitors • 2017 • episode "S02E03" Savage Kingdom

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The Marsh Pride reaches its breaking point as Sekekama struggles to suppress the rebellion of his three treacherous sons and protect his kingdom.

Savage Kingdom • 2016 - 2020 • 22 episodes •

Leopard's Rock

Trying to raise cubs in a cauldron of warring predators tests Saba the leopard's powers of survival to the utmost.

2016 • Nature

Mother of Lions

Matsumi, the new Queen of the Marsh Pride must keep her dynasty together or she will lose the heart of the Matsumi, the new Queen of the Marsh Pride must keep her dynasty together or she will lose the heart of the Savage Kingdom. Kingdom.

2016 • Nature

Queen of the North

Not all lions in the Savage Kingdom are born equal - the three lionesses of the Northern Pride face hunger, exile or worse as they are tested to the brink.

2016 • Nature

The Rebel Army

Zalika, Hyena Queen, has only one option if she wants to raise her clan from the shadows - to confront her mortal enemy, the Marsh Lions.

2016 • Nature

The Pale Pack

A small family of wild dogs on the run is tested to the limit trying to raise six pups in the Savage Kingdom.

2016 • Nature

Win or Die

Five heroes, each with a unique power, fighting to survive, killing to reign supreme over the Savage Kingdom.

2016 • Nature

The Enemy Within

As the dry season ravages the Great Marsh, the lion king Sekekama must defend his throne and his legacy from his three treacherous sons.

2017 • Nature

First Blood

Leopard prince Neo’s life hangs in the balance when his mother is seriously injured.

2017 • Nature

Reign of Traitors

The Marsh Pride reaches its breaking point as Sekekama struggles to suppress the rebellion of his three treacherous sons and protect his kingdom.

2017 • Nature

King Slayers

An aging king must lead his family into hostile territory, but it's how he deals with his treacherous son that will determine his power and pride's legacy.

2017 • Nature

Dawn of Darkness

The kingdom is turned upside down as a plague of hyenas rips the throne from the lions. One warrior queen plots to take it back.

2019 • Nature

Reign of Terror

Trapped by the rising flood waters, Dikeledi must teach her wayward cubs the lessons of survival in a kingdom ruled by the rotten army of hyenas.

2017 • Nature

Rise of Exlies

After the murder of one of its own, the Makulu Pack of wild dogs looks to a new leader for salvation; the Western Pride is exiled to the fringes of the kingdom as it fights to protect its cubs; the marauding hyena clan commits the cruelest of acts.

2019 • Nature

War Games

As the flood waters retreat, Dikeledi readies her cubs for escape through enemy territory.

2019 • Nature

Fall of the Queen

As rival dynasties jostle for control of the kingdom, one reign comes to a tragic end.

2019 • Nature

Ascendancy

After the death of her mother, Motshidi is starving and alone; in an act of charity, Blue Eyes gives Motshodi a new lease of life; a violent traitor rises in the ranks, challenging the selfish princess and bringing an end to Mmamotse's rule.

2019 • Nature

A Mother's Sacrifice

To save her beloved pride’s cubs, lioness Tsebe, is forced to make a terrible decision.

2020 • Nature

The Rebellion

The forest residents turn on Motsidi. Hounded from every direction, will she ever be queen?

2020 • Nature

Death of a Dream

Orphaned leopard, Motsidi, makes a heart-breaking decision to leave her mother's forest.

2020 • Nature

Line of Fire

As drought grips the kingdom, mothers battle to save their young from a terrible fate.

2020 • Nature

Outcasts Rising

Tsebe's cubs finally arrive but a fight between the Northern Brothers puts lives at risk.

2020 • Nature

The Crown

Phefo cubs are trapped by merciless killers, while she desperately searches for food.

2020 • Nature

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