'Black Sails'
Actress Clara Paget poses during a photocall for the television series "Black Sails" during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, southeastern France, October 7, 2013. The International film and programme market for TV, video, cable and satellite (MIPCOM) opens from October 7 to October 10 on the French Riviera. Reuters/Eric Gaillard

A new video about “Black Sails” season 4 has been released online. The video shows cast member Clara Paget asking the fans to prepare for one hell of a ride. The next season will be the final chapter about the lives of the pirates from Nassau.

In just a few days the premiere episode of the next season will air. Straight off the bat there’s going t be an action sequence. The pirates will be involved in a bloody sea battle and more.

Paget (Anne Bonny) appeared in a new video [see below] to promote the show. She teased how the plot will focus on the fate of Nassau, which is currently under the control of British forces. Captain Flint (Toby Stephens) is keen on reclaiming the island, and driving Woodes Rogers (Luke Roberts) and his men out.

The new video that has been released online shows some of the action sequences that have been featured in “Black Sails” season 4. The fort on Nassau will once again be attacked, and this time it will be the pirates who will be attacking. Paget said that it’s going to be one hell of a ride.

The hallmark of the TV series is the complexity of the characters and their changing loyalties. Eleanor Guthrie (Hannah New) is currently aiding Woodes Rogers, who together have a vision for Nassau. The pirates too want what is best for the island, but their vision doesn’t include the British.

There have been pirates who have betrayed their fellow men, and joined the British. A powerful message from Long John Silver (Luke Arnold) put everyone on the island in line.

“Black Sails” season 4 will be an epic conclusion of a journey that began three years ago. The next season will air on Jan. 29. The show can be watched on Foxtel in Australia.

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