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The Tudors

Romance | Drama

English | Release Date Apr 01, 2007

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The Tudors was released on Apr 01, 2007 and was directed by Jon Amiel, Alison Maclean, Charles McDougall, Jeremy Podeswa, Steve Shill, Dearbhla Walsh, Ciaran Donnelly, Brian Kirk and Colm McCarthy .This show is available in English language. Joss Stone, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, David O'Hara, Henry Cavill, Lothaire Bluteau, Joely Richardson, Anthony Brophy, Tamzin Merchant, Torrance Coombs, Sarah Bolger, Eoin Murtagh, Jake Hathaway, Max Brown, Laoise Murray, Andrew McNair, Simon Ward, Colm Wilkinson and Joanne King are playing as the star cast in this show. You can watch the show online on SonyLiv, as long as you are a subscriber to the video streaming OTT platform. The Tudors scores a 8.5 digit binge rating out of 10 and is a brilliant show to watch in the Romance and Drama genres.

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The Tudors Season and Episode Details

Henry prepares for war with France but receives cautious counsel from the powerful Cardinal Wolsey, who urges a treaty; the king learns that his queen's lady-in-waiting Elizabeth Blount is pregnant with his child.

Henry contemplates an alliance with Holy Roman Emperor Charles V of Spain despite his "Field of Cloth of Gold" ceremony celebrating allegiance to France, and executes a rival; Elizabeth gives birth to the king's illegitimate son.

A visit from Charles V forces Henry to conceal his growing disaffection from Queen Katherine, who is the influential Spanish monarch's aunt - even as Henry comes face-to-face with the seductive Anne Boleyn for the first time.

As a reward for his denunciation of Martin Luther, the Pope christens Henry “Defender of the Faith,” but a brush with death causes the king to seek a solution to his lack of an heir. Princess Margaret marries the decrepit King of Portugal reluctantly, but the union is short-lived; Henry's desire for Anne Boleyn intensifies when Anne goes home to her family estate.

Henry is shocked when he learns that his ally, Emperor Charles V of Spain, has released France's King Francis I from prison. He's equally surprised when Anne Boleyn turns him down after offering to make her his sole mistress.

As King Henry gains in confidence, his displeasure with the way the Catholic church handles his request for an annulment of his marriage to Katherine of Aragon grows. As a result, Cardinal Wolsey's position is weakening, leaving him vulnerable to his enemies.

England's population is suffering, both from a lack of food and from a lethal plague called 'The Sweats'. As a result, King Henry feels depressed and not his usual, confident self. He starts having doubts about the future and his ability to rule the country. Fortunately for him, a change is coming up.

A papal envoy has come to discuss the annulment of the King's marriage to Katherine of Aragon, as requested by the King. The outcome of these discussions will determine Cardinal Wolsey's future career as well as the King's romance with Anne Boleyn. These discussions will also influence the nature of the relationship between England and Rome.

Cardinal Wolsey's fall is quick and pitiless. Stripped of office and authority, he is banished from the court and sent far from his much-beloved King. His unlikely successor is Sir Thomas More, a man unlike the overbearing Wolsey in every way but one...his loyalty to Henry.

Cardinal Wolsey is down but not yet out. Although exiled, he tries to gather last-minute support from his old enemy, Queen Katherine. She hesitantly agrees to his plan, as she finds herself in a situation similar to that of the fallen Cardinal. But their plot is intercepted by the King's new advisors and Wolsey must pay the ultimate price.

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The Tudors FAQ's

The release date of The Tudors is Apr 01, 2007.

The Tudors scores a 8.48 digit binge rating out of 10 and is a brilliant show to watch.

Carnival Row, Once Upon A Time, Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For The Bone Collector and Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For The Bone Collector are the popular shows of Jon Amiel.

The star cast of The Tudors are : Joss Stone, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, David O'Hara, Henry Cavill, Lothaire Bluteau, Joely Richardson, Anthony Brophy, Tamzin Merchant, Torrance Coombs, Sarah Bolger, Eoin Murtagh, Jake Hathaway, Max Brown, Laoise Murray, Andrew McNair, Simon Ward, Colm Wilkinson and Joanne King.

The Tudors is directed by Jon Amiel, Alison Maclean, Charles McDougall, Jeremy Podeswa, Steve Shill, Dearbhla Walsh, Ciaran Donnelly, Brian Kirk and Colm McCarthy.

You can watch The Tudors online on SonyLiv.

This show is available in English language.

This show is available in Romance and Drama genres.

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