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Sneak Peak: Showtime's Third Season Premiere of "The Tudors"

"I would not be a queen/For all the world." - William Shakespeare, Henry VIII

Showtime's period drama The Tudors might not return for another few weeks, but readers can check out a special full-length sneak peak of the series' third season premiere, set to air on April 5th.

Season Three of The Tudors is set to focus on Henry's marriages to Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, and Catherine Howard, and Henry's attentions are also diverted from the marital bed to squelch the Pilgrimage of Grace.

The full-length third season premiere of The Tudors can be viewed below.



The Tudors launches its third season on Sunday, April 5th at 9 pm ET/PT on Showtime.

Comments

Anonymous said…
I want to like this but I tried watching the first season and it was just so overly dramatic. I like a hefty amount of drama but it needs to be supported by good writing and performances, both of which I feel the series lacks (which is too bad as it has a decent cast).
Anonymous said…
Its really kind of a ridiculous series. A pale shadow copy of Rome's success. With historical figures reduced to soap-opera motivations.

A pity that Rome didn't do well enough to get a third season.

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