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What’s more, The Tudors is once again powered by arguably a career-defining performance by Jonathan Rhys-Meyers. He’s quite superb as the young King, capturing the obsession of Henry VIII in his quest for a male heir to the throne. He’s matched by a strong supporting cast, too, particularly Natalie Dormer’s Anne Boleyn. And with lavish production values grounding the show, it’s a sumptuous, surprisingly edgy slice of historical drama.
That said, once again, the show takes some liberties with history, and inevitably attracts attention for doing so. But those liberties are taken for a reason. The drama is never less than compelling, and it’s worth cutting The Tudors some slack for the decisions it makes. After all, the end result is genuinely gripping and engaging television, and come the final credits on the ten episodes here, chances are you’ll be thirsting for more. For even though you may know how the story ultimately ends, The Tudors is ample proof that the journey there is really what matters. --Jon Foster
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Pure rubbish..the sex scenes are ridiculous and they are timed to keep people from noticing how bad the rest of it is.Published 3 months ago by Redsgang
the problem people have with this program is that they have not read up about it and do not realise that is a fictional tale based around a real person and it's called the tudors... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mr. Tommy Wood
Very well done! The acting was excellent and the costumes and settings seemed to be authentic and obviously, a lot of trouble was taken over the details. I loved it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenbo