The Tudors presents the rarely dramatized, tumultuous early years of King Henry VIII’s nearly 40 year, omnipotent reign (1509-1547). In addition to his famous female consorts and 20+ year marriage to Catherine of Aragon to the infamous dalliance … see full wiki
"The Tudors: The Final Season" And So It Was... Amos Lassen I have always found the Tudors to be fascinating and therefore I was anxious to see the series on Showtime and I really liked it even though there were times when it was historically inaccurate. Even though this always bugged me throughout the run of the show, I more or less ignored it and found myself loving the costumes and the sets and the acting. In "The Final Seduction" … more
THE TUDORS has enjoyed a dedicated audience since it first impressive Season I and now the final season IV is over: there will be a void on Sunday evenings, but it seems the promise of a series on the BORGIAS will step into that slot next season. For those of us who enjoy historical drama (whether fictionalized to enhance the drama or not) this view of the beginning of the Tudor reign in England was a satisfying treat - visually and dramatically. Yes, there were errors of omission and commission … more
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