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We begin season 2 with a King frustrated at every turn by the Vatican in his bid to annul his marriage to Catherine of Aragon in order to marry the younger Anne Boleyn. The reasons, indeed necessity, for this step are multiple, but they center on one unshakable ambition: to father a son and heir to the Tudor dynasty inherited by Henry from his father. Without a son, this lineage, for which he has such ambitions, will die with him. But this desire alone is not the whole story. Inspired by the reformist zeal of a disgruntled German theologian named Martin Luther, Henry takes on the Catholic Church and launches a savage and ultimately bloody bid to be master of his own spiritual as well as secular destiny. The English Reformation brings together the personal and political ambitions of a Royal revolutionary.

Customer Reviews

Reniassance Soap Opera

The Tudors is more of a soap opera than anything else. Although, I must say that is the most entertaining soap opera I have ever seen. Although there is litle historical accuracy within the series, I have found that it doesn't matter. It is susspensful and highly entertaining and I loved it the moment I first watched it.

Historical Fiction in Parts, But Fun

I'm sure Strickland and other historians are rolling over in their graves over the lack of historical accuracy, if not the ELIZABETHEAN PERIOD costumes for the younger men, but the series is fun and gorgeous to look at. I would have liked to see the series start with Henry Tudor's 'victory' at Redmore Plain in 1485 (dumb luck and treachery more than military genius) and give background to why his son, Henry VIII, was so sick and twisted and why he was nothing more than a spoiled, rotten, royal brat with the ego the size of Europe.

Even better than Season 1!

It may not be entirely historically accurate, but it does make for some great television.

The Tudors, Season 2
View In iTunes $23.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Mar 30, 2008
  • CCin English

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