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With his brief marriage to Anne of Cleves annulled, King Henry VIII immerses himself in a new relationship, this time with the teenager Katherine Howard. While Katherine's arrival is marred by the loathing of Henry’s daughter, Lady Mary, and dogged by the shadows of her own amorous past, England's king faces a bloody religious reformation, an uneasy relationship with Scotland, and intrigue within the royal court fueled by those with designs on the throne. As Katherine’s infidelity and failure to produce a son sentences her to an all-too-familiar fate, the King marries Catherine Parr as England enters an ill-advised war with France that takes its toll on both Henry's fragile health and his army's strength. And as the showdown between Catholics and Protestants exposes religious fault lines across Europe, Henry's egomaniacal madness reaches new heights as his kingdom threatens to implode.

Customer Reviews


Yay! the long wait is finally over ^^

The Tudors Are Back (So To Speak)

The first episode of Season 4 does not disappoint, a perfect (flawless) transition from season 3. This new season is poised to deliver a seamless representation of the life of Henry, his wives, their admirers, and his children as they become their own persons... top quality.


Of all the monarchs in history, Henry VIII is the most well-known on a visual level. Why on earth did they not attempt to make him look even something like him? Noted for having reddish hair, and being grossly overweight when he died, this rather jarring inaccuracy is probably the series' only real problem. It is not perfectly accurate historically, but more so than reported I think. In the broad sense, it's close enough.
Where this series does score though, is on almost every other level you can think of. Every episode is like a masterclass in acting. It's superbly written and scripted, wonderfully and atmospherically lit, and the costume department have exceeded every expectation you could have, the quality rivalling any motion picture. The soundtrack is so charged with emotion, it grips you every bit as much as the visuals.
The final episode is especially poignant, showing us some of the man behind the tyrant. To be honest, you could almost forgive him his past sins.
I shall miss this series very much, and I fear it will be a long time before anybody measures up to this.
My congratulations to everyone involved in it.

The Tudors, Season 4
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  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 22 January 2011

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