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The Tudors (2007)

The Tudors is a history-based drama series following the young, vibrant King Henry VIII, a competitive and lustful monarch who navigates the intrigues of the English court and the human heart with equal vigor and justifiable suspicion.

Release Date: Sun, Apr 01, 2007

Country: US
Language: Pt | La | Fr | En | Es | De | It
Runtime: 55

Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Henry VIII of England
Henry Cavill
Charles Brandon
Sarah Bolger
Mary Tudor
Max Brown
Edward Seymour
Joss Stone
Anne of Cleves
David O'Hara
Henry Howard
Lothaire Bluteau
Ambassador Charles de Marillac
Joely Richardson
Catherine Parr
Tamzin Merchant
Catherine Howard
Torrance Coombs
Thomas Culpepper
Anthony Brophy
Ambassador Eustace Chapuys
Laoise Murray
Princess Elizabeth Tudor
Eoin Murtagh
Prince Edward Tudor
Jake Hathaway
Prince Edward Tudor
Andrew McNair
Sir Thomas Seymour
Simon Ward
Bishop Stephen Gardiner
Joanne King
Jane Boleyn
Simon Ward
L'évêque Gardiner

Season 4:

Moment of Nostalgia
Episode 1: Moment of Nostalgia (Apr 11, 2010)
A long hot summer, thirty years into the reign of King Henry VIII, and well into middle age, Henry takes his fifth wife, Katherine Howard. The Queen's "low background" combined with her youth and beauty, arouses a lusty familiarity in certain members of King Henry's court most notably his handsome young servant Thomas Culpepper.
Sister
Episode 2: Sister (Apr 18, 2010)
Thomas Culpepper - Henry VIII’s newest servant - continues to make eyes at his King’s young bride, Katherine Howard. Her servant suggests seduction. While the King shows his age by going to bed early during the Christmas celebration the young but not so innocent members of his court party on.
Something For You
Episode 3: Something For You (Apr 25, 2010)
Buoyed by the happiness that a young wife brings an aging man, Henry is noticeably more tolerant and forgiving than he once was. Such goodwill is well appreciated by the peasants of the North who gratefully accept Henry’s forgiveness for the Pilgrimage of Grace revolt, during a Royal visit. But the King’s benevolence may yet be tested by his new Queen: Katherine Howard has submitted to seduction by the young and handsome Thomas Culpepper.
Natural Ally
Episode 4: Natural Ally (May 02, 2010)
Rejuvenated by his tour of the north of England, Henry feels a new man and longs after his new Queen; unaware that her affections are diverted elsewhere. Katherine’s past begins to catch up as an old liaison comes looking for a job threatening to reveal all about their sexual history. Someone beats him to it when an anonymous letter is sent to the King containing accusations of adultery. Although unconvinced of the rumor, Henry confines Katherine to her apartments pending a thorough investigation.
Bottom Of The Pot
Episode 5: Bottom Of The Pot (May 09, 2010)
Lord Hertford’s investigation into allegations of the Queen’s infidelities moves with speed. Deeply upset by revelations of his beloved young wife’s sexual past, Henry weeps. But once adultery is uncovered, his response is swift and decisive.
You Have My Permission
Episode 6: You Have My Permission (May 16, 2010)
Unmarried once more Henry reflects on his dynasty and orders a new Act of Parliament which restores the succession rights of his two daughters, the Princesses Elizabeth and Mary. His roving eye undaunted by age or experience, he notices the attractive soon-to-be widow Catherine Parr. After the disastrous mismatch of his last marriage a mature woman is just what he needs.
Sixth And The Final Wife
Episode 7: Sixth And The Final Wife (May 23, 2010)
Henry marries Catherine Parr - his sixth and final wife. A loving step-mother and compassionate companion, Catherine is liked and respected by all at court save the Catholic Bishop Gardiner who suspects her to be a heretic. Henry prepares to invade France.
As It Should Be
Episode 8: As It Should Be (Jun 06, 2010)
The siege of Boulogne is a long, expensive and difficult military campaign that is finally won by Henry’s troops at great financial and human cost. Rejuvenated, Henry rejects the idea of marching on to further conquests, preferring to return to England in triumph.
Secrets of the Heart
Episode 9: Secrets of the Heart (Jun 13, 2010)
Henry VIII’s health is on the slide: the recent siege of Boulogne has taken its toll on his aging body and his ulcerous leg is constantly in pain. Bishop Gardiner and the Catholic Church are once again in the ascendant at court but, tired of conflict, Henry demonstrates little enthusiasm for the ambitious Bishop’s accusation that Catherine Parr is a heretic.
Death of a Monarchy
Episode 10: Death of a Monarchy (Jun 20, 2010)
Finale - Henry’s thoughts turn to his own mortality with the news that his long-time friend and sometimes foe King Francis, and his unshakable soldier Charles Brandon, are each dying. As he faces death, Henry encounters the ghosts of his former wives who each get a chance to confront him. Hans Holbein paints a last, iconic portrait of the Tudor King.

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