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The Tudors

A dramatic series about the reign and marriages of King Henry VIII. - The Tudors Streaming

Year started: 2007
Stars: Jonathan Rhys Meyers  Henry Cavill  Anthony Brophy 
Creators: Michael Hirst 
IMDB rating: 8.1
Categories: T


Episode list

Season 4. Episode 10

Henry’s thoughts turn to his own mortality with the news that his long-time friend and sometimes foe King Francis, and his unshakable soldier Charles Brandon, a...

Season 4. Episode 9

Henry VIII’s health is on the slide: the recent siege of Boulogne has taken its toll on his aging body and his ulcerous leg is constantly in pain. Bishop Gardin...

Season 4. Episode 8

The siege of Boulogne is a long, expensive and difficult military campaign that is finally won by Henry’s troops at great financial and human cost. Rejuvenated,...

Season 4. Episode 7

Henry marries Catherine Parr - his sixth and final wife. A loving step-mother and compassionate companion, Catherine is liked and respected by all at court save the Catholic Bis...

Season 4. Episode 6

Unmarried once more Henry reflects on his dynasty and orders a new Act of Parliament which restores the succession rights of his two daughters, the Princesses Elizabeth and Mary...

Season 4. Episode 5

Lord Hertford’s investigation into allegations of the Queen’s infidelities moves with speed. Deeply upset by revelations of his beloved young w...

Season 4. Episode 4

Rejuvenated by his tour of the north of England, Henry feels a new man and longs after his new Queen; unaware that her affections are diverted elsewhere. Katherineâ€â...

Season 4. Episode 3

Buoyed by the happiness that a young wife brings an aging man, Henry is noticeably more tolerant and forgiving than he once was. Such goodwill is well appreciated by the peasant...

Season 4. Episode 2

Thomas Culpepper - Henry VIII’s newest servant - continues to make eyes at his King’s young bride, Katherine Howard. Her servant suggests seduc...

Season 4. Episode 1

A long hot summer, thirty years into the reign of King Henry VIII, and well into middle age, Henry takes his fifth wife, Katherine Howard. The Queen's "low background" combined ...

Season 3. Episode 8

Henry moves swiftly to annul his loveless marriage to Anne of Cleves, and beds a new mistress, 17-year-old Katherine Howard; Princess Mary falls in love with Duke Philip of Bava...

Season 3. Episode 7

The King's oppressive measures against the Catholic Church stir grumblings of war with France and Spain; Cromwell prepares arrangements for Henry's fourth marriage, this time to...

Season 3. Episode 6

Henry remains in seclusion; enemies of the crown use the king's absence to their advantage; Cromwell is disturbed when Henry does not resist the new church's similarities to Cat...

Season 3. Episode 5

After the death of his wife, Henry mourns in solitude. His enemies use this opportunity to murder members of the royal entourage. Cromwell is upset that the Church of England st...

Season 3. Episode 4

Brandon is unsettled by the viciousness and cruelty with which Henry brings an end to the Catholic uprising as the King puts the leaders to death; and, finally, a male heir is b...

Season 3. Episode 3

It's almost Christmas time again and after having been estranged for years, Henry reunites with his daughters Mary and Elizabeth.
Despite attempts at reconciliation with t...

Season 3. Episode 2

The uproar caused by the King's decision to break with the Catholic Church turns into a full-blown rebellion that comes to be knows as "The Pilgrimage of Grace". Because the kin...

Season 3. Episode 1

King Henry marries for the third time. A blonde, shy noblewoman by the name of Jane Seymour. The king's decision to abandon the Catholic Church causes an uproar.

Season 2. Episode 10

As Anne Boleyn awaits her death, painfully delayed by the executioner's late arrival, Henry visits Jane Seymour and asks for her hand in marriage. Declaring his marriage to Anne...

Season 2. Episode 9

Anne has lost a son and with it her last chance at a lasting marriage with Henry. The King's affections are shifting anyway: the Seymour family are awarded rooms at court and se...

Season 2. Episode 8

At Henry's command Jane Seymour is made a lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn, to the discomfort and suspicion of the Queen. When Henry is seriously injured in a jousting match all t...

Season 2. Episode 7

Anne is increasingly paranoid about Catherine and Mary. Henry continues eying up everything in a skirt and the episode contains quite a raunchy sex scene in case anyone has chil...

Season 2. Episode 6

As the Reformation gathers pace Sir Thomas Cromwell becomes ever more powerful as propagandist-in-chief of a new moral order. Royal confidence has given way to doubt. Henry is h...

Season 2. Episode 5

Attempts to legitimise the King's marriage and increase his power hit unmovable obstacles as Sir Thomas More and Bishop Fisher insist that only God can be head of the church. Im...

Season 2. Episode 4

Elizabeth, the first child of Anne and Henry VIII is baptized under the new Church of England. Henry sends a statement to Parliament for the consideration, later to be known as ...

Season 2. Episode 3

Henry's patience finally wears out and he marries Anne in secret, appoints his Lutheran chaplain Thomas Cranmer the head of the Church of England, and strips Queen Katherine of ...

Season 2. Episode 2

Christmas at the Tudor court is a time for ringing in the new. Mistress Anne Boleyn has replaced the banished Queen Katherine. The King's chaplain, Thomas Cranmer, makes a fact-...

Season 2. Episode 1

The King makes himself head of the Church of England while the Catholic Church fights a losing battle to control Henry VIII's desire for an annulment. Anne Boleyn demands that H...

Season 1. Episode 10

Cardinal Wolsey attempts to save his career by finding a new, yet surprising ally: Queen Katherine, who has also lost the King's favour. However, their plotting is discovered by...

Season 1. Episode 9

The unthinkable comes to pass, Cardinal Wolsey is stripped of his powers and authority. No longer is he the Lord Chancellor. His successor is a surprising choice.

Season 1. Episode 8

In this episode the king receives a special guest. A papal envoy has come to discuss the annulment of the King's marriage to Katherine of Aragon, as requested by the King. The o...

Season 1. Episode 7

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 se...

Season 1. Episode 6

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 resul...

Season 1. Episode 5

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 do...

Season 1. Episode 4

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 ...

Season 1. Episode 3

The King asks Charles to escort his sister, Margaret, to her betrothed and promotes him to Duke of Suffolk. The envoys from the Holy Roman-Emperor meet with Cardinal Wolsey and ...

Season 1. Episode 2

Henry and the court go to the summit to sign the treaty with France. Tensions are understandably high, and tempers of both kings flare up more than once. Meanwhile, Henry takes ...

Season 1. Episode 1

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