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The Tudors 4 Seasons 2009

Season 3
4.7 out of 5 stars (158) IMDb 8.1/10

Following the execution of Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII remarries in hopes of having a son as challenges to his authority from both inside and outside the kingdom threaten his hold on England's throne.

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Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Henry Cavill

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1. The Tudors - Episode 1

As Henry VIII takes Jane Seymour as his third wife, a revolt against his brutal crackdown on Catholicism brews in the north.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: 1 January 2009
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2. The Tudors - Episode 2

As the Pilgrimage of Grace gains support, King Henry dispatches Charles Brandon to the north in an effort to quell the uprising.

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3. The Tudors - Episode 3

After promising to hear the rebels' grievances in exchange for an end to the revolt, Henry orders them mercilessly punished in an effort to quash dissent and preserve his hold on power.

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4. The Tudors - Episode 4

While the violent suppression of the rebellion continues with the execution of its leaders, Henry prepares for the long-awaited birth of a son.

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5. The Tudors - Episode 5

With Henry isolated in his grief over the death of his wife Jane, Cromwell worries that the hint of a breakdown in law and order signals more problems ahead for the Reformation.

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6. The Tudors - Episode 6

As Henry's search for a new wife spreads across Europe, the execution of Pole's family threatens to plunge England into a war with France and Spain.

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7. The Tudors - Episode 7

As a treaty between King Francis and Emperor Charles V spawns worries about an invasion of England, Henry's arranged marriage threatens to come undone after he meets his new bride, Anne of Cleves.

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8. The Tudors - Episode 8

As Henry looks to dissolve his ill-advised marriage to Anne, behind the scenes Brandon paves the way for Cromwell's ultimate downfall.

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By Brida TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Sept. 2009
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The third series to this fantastic drama sees a bit of a departure in tone; whereas the second series showed the lust between Henry and Anne Boleyn through fiery passion, this series sees first of all the more demure Jane Seymour, followed by Anne of Cleves who Henry has no passion for. What this manages to do is to track the possible psychological changes within Henry. It also reflects the change in society in general, as the tension between Catholicism and Protestantism grew.
Although the series may not be the most historically correct in regrad to the minute details, what THE TUDORS does do is bring history to the general public. The necessary facts are there. And the entertainment value remains very high too.
This is a great series - highly recommended.
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So the Tudor saga rolls on, with Jonathan Rhys Meyers giving his usual great performance. He is ably supported by a wonderful cast, and it would seem that the producers have endeavoured to follow the historical events as far as the facts can be ascertained.

King Henry Vlll does not change much in appearance; there are references, to be sure, to his leg ulcer but will we ever see the fat, bloated Henry of history? By series four perhaps? The actress portraying Jane Seymour is lovely and her death-scene very poignant. However, King Henry, true to type, recovers quickly and re-marries; it must be remarked in passing that Anne of Cleves as played here, is not the "Ugly Duckling" of history and indeed it must have taken great courage to accept such a role in which one would have that reputation.

In contrast, Catherine Howard wastes no time in filling Anne`s shoes (and bed!) is she fortunate or unfortunate that she cannot see into the future? There is, in fact, an interesting parallel between the saga of Anne Boleyn and mistress Howard. But the viewer must wait for the fourth series to see the next bloody event! (not swearing!) Wonderful drama.

John Harman
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I just loved series No 1 and 2, but with series No 3 it gets even better.
It seems that with the characters the whole series has matured. And that in a very positive sense. It is still very entertaing and beautiful to look at. The acting is much more imprtant compared to the mere naked pleasures of series no 1. All in all, it seems to be much more acturate and historically valuable (even tough I believe that Jane Seymour is a bit too gorgeous). It shows the ruthlessness and violence of the time, not just at court, but in the country at large. The change from catholocism to protestantism was not at all an easy process and costs a lot of lives. The transformation of Henry VIII from pleasure loving young monarch to the the cruel and devious statement is wondefull portrait Jonathan Rhys Meyers I think his performance is superb. It was worthwhile seeing this series. Enjoy!!
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Having been given Tudors Seasons 1 & 2 as a Christmas gift, we couldn't wait for Season 3 to arrive from Amazon and only had to wait a few days even though we live in Spain. A refreshing, innovative treatment of Henry VIII's rule that introduced us to new, up-and-coming British film stars. Jonathan Rhys Myers (Henry VIII) has had a difficult personal life but now has a great future as an actor on the world stage. Natalie Dormer (Anne Boleyn in Seasons 1 & 2)could become the next Catherine Zeta Jones. Who better than Peter O'Toole as the Pope and watch out for brilliant acting from Cardinal Wolsey, Sir Thomas More and Thomas Cromwell. This is film making that Hollywood cannot do.
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The third series to this fantastic drama sees a bit of a departure in tone; whereas the second series showed the lust between Henry and Anne Boleyn through fiery passion, this series sees first of all the more demure Jane Seymour, followed by Anne of Cleves who Henry has no passion for. What this manages to do is to track the possible psychological changes within Henry. It also reflects the change in society in general, as the tension between Catholicism and Protestantism grew.
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Although I have enjoyed season 1 and 2. I was half way through season 3 .ive gone to watch another episode today to find that amazon have removed it from prime !!! I'm so dissapointed that I've paid £79 for my membership and now you want me to pay another £17.97 to continue watching what was included yesterday !!! Absolute b%!!%x ill stream it elsewhere
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The whole series has been perfect in every way but one. The historical accuracy of the narrative (give or take a few embellishments, the costumes, the sets, the characters, the actors, have all been to the highest TV production standards. What a pity that I simply cannot enjoy this whole series because of the ludicrous casting of the man himself - Henry VIII. It's not that Rhys is a bad actor, it's just that he, alone, stands out as the least likely Henry Tudor you could imagine. Henry was tall, athletic, rugged, hairy and well-built! He was also middle-aged when he met Anne Boleyn and had aged considerably by the time he married the next four wives. Of course, that kind of accuracy wouldn't keep the female viewers interested!
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Bought season 1 as missed it when it was on TV . Totally addicted and bought the rest.
Great for history lovers but more sex than is absolutely necessary ,we get the picture! ,don't let your kids watch it.
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