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Henry's shrewd alliance with the king of Spain is also testament to his desire to have more influence over European affairs. But his even greater desire for another woman proves an obstacle there, too. Over the course of the ten episodes on The Complete First Season, Henry's confidence grows as a monarch while his self-interest undercuts his better judgement about making a difference to Europe's progress. While the series makes the historical events rich and captivating, it also makes Henry's love life a voyeuristic delight, full of candlelit flesh and romps in the royal bed. Some of the most fascinating characters in the show are those who figure out the link between Henry's libido and his exercise of power--including Boleyn's own father (Nick Dunning), who encourages Ann to keep up the good work. Sheesh. --Tom Keogh
Awesome show for anyone who loves history. The director of the show currently the same as that of the show "vikings" does an awesome job. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Andrew Dockrill
Excellent! Great casting, acting, costumes and story-telling.
Can't wait. To start season two. I wish I'd watched this before reading Wolf Hall!
This Tudor series is of incredible quality - well worth the $s. I saw an installment on Canadian broadcast TV while circling Lake Superior in a Canadian built Road Trek RV - (a... Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2010 by John R. Aldridge
As the season opens, Henry VIII is bored with his wife and frustrated with his lack of a male heir. While satisfying his carnal desires elsewhere, he's also beset with political... Read morePublished on March 30 2010 by Kona
The Tudors: The Complete First Season (Uncut Edition) [Blu-ray]
While not being completely historically accurate, the major players are authentic and if the whole is in the... Read more
Graet series if you like the old fashioned english drama with some history thrown in. Well acted.Published on Jan. 10 2010 by Paul Holscher
I guess could say that "The Tudors" isn't much more than dumbed-down English history for the MTV generation. Read morePublished on Oct. 10 2009 by B. C. Whitcomb
"The Tudors", season one was terrific, however it's too bad it did not have sub-titles for the hearing impaired. Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2009 by Ernest R. Giardino