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The Tudors

Genres: Drama, Period Drama
Broadcast on: M-Net, M-Net Series, ShowMax

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Seasons

Season 4

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Showtime 11 Apr 2010 20 Jun 2010 Sundays, 21h00 - 22h00 10
M-Net 17 Aug 2010 19 Oct 2010 Tuesdays, 21h30 - 22h30 10
M-Net Series 05 Dec 2010 06 Feb 2011 Sundays, 21h30 - 22h30 10
ShowMax 18 Apr 2016 18 Apr 2016 Monday, 00h01 (all episodes) 10


Season 4

Whitehall Palace, London 1540. Thirty years into the reign of King Henry VIII and it's been a long, hot, summer: London is experiencing intense heat and there has been no rain for two months.

But while his subjects wilt, the King's vigor remains undiminished. The Reformation goes on and Henry has just married the beautiful Katherine Howard, his fifth Queen, who is a mere seventeen years old.

Katherine is different from earlier wives in more ways than age: far from being nobility she was 'discovered' by some of the King's friends in a boarding house for wayward young ladies.

Joan Bulmer, the new Queen's best friend from her youth, is hired as a lady in waiting; aside from her friendship she knows too much scandalous detail about Katherine's sexual past to be outside the court.

The Queen's 'low' background combined with her youth and beauty, arouses a lusty familiarity in certain members of Henry's court.

Most notably the King's handsome and ambitious new groom Thomas Culpepper, who makes no secret of his desire for the new Queen during an extended hunting trip visit by the royal entourage.

Michael Hirst is the series creator, writer and executive producer. Ben Silverman of Reveille and Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner of Working Title also executive produce. The series was produced by TM Productions and co-financed by Showtime and Peace Arch Entertainment Group, Inc.


Season 4 Cast

as
King Henry VIII

as
Charles Brandon

as
Anne Boleyn

as
Jane Seymour

as
Anne of Cleves

as
Catherine Howard

as
Ambassador Charles de Marillac

as
Edward Seymour

as
Thomas Culpepper

as
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey

as
Queen Katherine of Aragon

as
English Officer

as
Mary Tudor

as
Sir Richard Rich

as
Ambassador Bishop Chapuys

as
Anne Stanhope

as
Bishop Gardiner

as
Lady Rochford

as
Catherine Parr

as
Culpepper Man #1

as
Francis Dereham

as
Girolamo de Treviso

as
Henry Brandon

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Joan Bulmer

as
Lord Latimer

as
Robert Tesswood

as
Sir Ralph Ellerker


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