The Trojans are stunned to discover that all that remains of the Greek army in Troy is an offering to the gods in the form of a wooden horse. They believe the war may finally be over, and celebrations begin. But perhaps too soon.
King Priam takes his life into his hands to visit Achilles and a truce is agreed, but will it hold? Helen faces a personal crisis as her relationship with Paris comes under strain.
The Trojans receive a message from the gods and embark on a daring raid with new allies. Helen's situation remains precarious. Achilles is provoked into returning to battle.
Paris is hunted by the Greeks and returns to his former life, leaving Helen without an ally in Troy just as Pandarus's investigation gathers momentum. The Trojans attempt to take advantage of the divisions within the Greek camp.
Achilles' shock attack on Troy's ally Cilicia devastates the Trojans and puts the spotlight on Helen. Andromache receives both good news and bad. A bitter dispute erupts between Agamemnon and Achilles.
With the Greeks' grip on the city tightening, Hector and Paris embark on a dangerous journey to a nearby ally to ask for help. Relying on each other for survival tests and strengthens their bond, but a familiar face reappears to tell Hector the disturbing truth about his brother.
The elopement of Helen and Paris causes chaos for the Greeks and the Trojans. Priam and Hecuba debate whether to send Helen back or risk the consequences. The goddess Artemis presents Agamemnon with an even more agonising dilemma.
Following a fateful encounter with the gods, the life of young herdsman Paris changes forever. At the Troy city games, he discovers something extraordinary, and on a trip to Sparta, he falls in love with unpredictable and far-reaching consequences.
A rich story of love, intrigue, betrayal and belonging told from the perspective of the Trojan royal family at the heart of the siege of Troy.