It will blaspheme our Church and will only enrage me. And such a coincidence that it comes out at Easter.
How exactly does it blaspheme the Church? Sure it takes artistic license but the general theme of Rodrigo and Cesare Borgia being murderous fornicators isn't that far from the truth. Are you denying this fact?
The series does feature some "good" characters. Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere (Colm Feore's character) is portrayed as an ambitious but honest guy who won't sink to the level of the Borgias in order to defeat them.
Sure, there's probably some sexual content that we would find morally offensive, but sadly I don't think it's much worse in that sense than the average trash that Hollywood produces. I DVR'ed the show (I had to go to bed early last night) and just fast forwarded through the few brief sex scenes.
Overall, it's an interesting show. I know it's easy to think, "oh, the media's out to get us because we're Catholic," (and that is true in many cases) but besides an occasional sex scene I don't understand what you find morally offensive about The Borgias.
This reminds me of when I was on CAF and a couple of posters there went nuts about The Departed being "anti-Catholic," when all they were referring to was the obvious villain in the film making a snide remark about fag priests.