The Tudors

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The TudorsThis Showtime drama focuses on the early years of King Henry VIII's nearly 40-year reign (1509-1547) of England. The series looks at Henry's famous female companions like Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn and delves into his relationships with important figures like Sir Thomas More, Cardinal Wolsey (head of the Catholic Church of England during its break with Rome) and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, who was Henry's best friend and unofficial adviser.
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S4, EP10 "Death of a Monarchy"Henry defeats a political foe but faces his mortality; the ghosts of Henry's queens appear.
S4, EP9 "Secrets of the Heart"Accusations of heresy are made against the queen; Lord Surrey faces the ultimate penalty.
S4, EP8 "As It Should Be"One of Henry's officers engineers a sudden victory; the king's health is weakened; Brandon returns from France.
S4, EP7 "Sixth and the Final Wife"Henry marries Catherine Parr; Catherine stabilizes Henry's household.
S4, EP6 "You Have My Permission"Henry restores his daughters to the royal succession and forges an unexpected political alliance.
S4, EP5 "Bottom of the Pot"Henry is devastated to learn of Catherine's infidelities and banishes her from court.
S4, EP4 "Natural Ally"The king's warm welcome in the North reinvigorates him; the queen's former lover threatens blackmail.
S4, EP3 "Something for You"Henry forgives the citizens of the North for their rebellion; Catherine begins an affair with Culpeper.
S4, EP2 "Sister"Henry feels his age during Christmas celebrations; Lord Surrey takes aim at the Seymour clan.
S4, EP1 "Moment of Nostalgia"King Henry marries his fifth wife, inspiring jealousy in a trusted courtier.
S3, EP8 "The Undoing of Cromwell"Henry moves to annul his marriage to Anne of Cleves and beds a new mistress; Princess Mary falls in love with Duke Philip of Bavaria; Cromwell falls from favor.
S3, EP7 "Protestant Anne of Cleves"France and Spain, with backing from Rome, align against England; Henry agrees to a marriage with Anne of Cleves.
S3, EP6 "Search for a New Queen"Cromwell schemes to secure the Reformation by finding Henry a Protestant wife; Henry's wounded leg turns life-threatening.
S3, EP5 "Problems in the Reformation"Henry remains in seclusion; enemies of the crown use the king's absence to their advantage; Cromwell is disturbed when Henry does not resist the new church's similarities to Roman Catholicism.
S3, EP4 "The Death of a Queen"The leaders of the Pilgrimage of Grace are executed; Brandon is disturbed by the mercilessness; Henry celebrates the birth of a son.
S3, EP3 "Dissension and Punishment"Henry reconciles with Mary and Elizabeth in time for Christmas; Henry makes promises to the leaders of the uprising.
S3, EP2 "The Northern Uprising"The Pilgrimage of Grace begins in earnest; Henry dispatches Brandon to deal with the uprising; bedridden Henry takes a new mistress.
S3, EP1 "Civil Unrest"Henry marries his third wife, Jane Seymour, hoping for a male heir; subjects rebel against Henry's crusade against Roman Catholicism.
S2, EP10 "Destiny and Fortune"Anne awaits her fate in the tower; Henry proposes to Jane Seymour; Elizabeth is removed from the line of succession.
S2, EP9 "The Act of Treason"Anne's fall from grace is swift and complete; Henry accepts Cromwell's charges against Anne.
S2, EP8 "Lady in Waiting"Anne's resurgence of popularity at court is short-lived; Jane replaces Anne in Henry's affections; Anne's hysteria causes complications; Henry attempts to renew his alliance with Charles.
S2, EP7 "Matters of State"Cromwell reports on his findings about the Roman Catholic Church and confiscates its wealth for the crown; Anne has a firmer grip on power; a new lady-in-waiting catches Henry's eye.
S2, EP6 "The Definition of Love"Cromwell investigates the Roman Catholic Church for evidence of corruption; Pope Paul III denounces the execution of Thomas More; the queen is rebuffed for her efforts to betroth Elizabeth.
S2, EP5 "His Majesty's Pleasure"Anne and her family find their power at court to be jeopardized.
S2, EP4 "The Act of Succession"Citizens must take an oath recognizing Henry as the supreme authority in England; Thomas More refuses.
S2, EP3 "Checkmate"Henry marries Anne in secret and strips Queen Katherine of her title and status.
S2, EP2 "Tears of Blood"Henry undermines the Roman Catholic Church's influence in England; Anne resolves to consummate her relationship; Charles Brandon plants seeds of doubt.
S2, EP1 "Everything Is Beautiful"Henry breaks with the Roman Catholic Church; a cook poisons a high-ranking bishop; Anne encourages Henry to break contact with Katherine.
S1, EP10 "The Death of Wolsey"Cardinal Wolsey tries to align with Queen Katherine.
S1, EP9 "Look to God First"Cardinal Wolsey experiences a rapid fall from grace.
S1, EP8 "Truth and Justice"The pope's special envoy arrives to hear Henry's petition.
S1, EP7 "Message to the Emperor"A food shortage and a plague force Henry to question his abilities.
S1, EP6 "True Love"Henry grows dissatisfied with the Roman Catholic Church; Cardinal Wolsey becomes vulnerable.
S1, EP5 "Arise, My Lord"The king must look elsewhere for European support; Anne Boleyn refuses Henry's offer.
S1, EP4 "His Majesty, the King"Henry schemes to replace Katherine with Anne Boleyn; court intrigues and plots intensify.
S1, EP3 "Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey!"Henry must conceal his feelings for Queen Katherine; Henry meets Anne Boleyn for the first time.
S1, EP2 "Simply Henry"Henry considers an alliance with Spain; Elizabeth gives birth to the king's illegitimate child.
S1, EP1 "In Cold Blood"Henry prepares for war with France against counsel from Cardinal Wolsey; a lady-in-waiting becomes pregnant.
This Showtime drama focuses on the early years of King Henry VIII's nearly 40-year reign (1509-1547) of England. The series looks at Henry's famous female companions like Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn and delves into his relationships with important figures like Sir Thomas More, Cardinal Wolsey (head of the Catholic Church of England during its break with Rome) and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, who was Henry's best friend and unofficial adviser.
Original Air Date: Apr 1, 2007
Genres: DramaPremiumTV Series
Rating: TVMA
Playback: HD
4 seasons available on demand (38 episodes)
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