The Tudors - Season 2
Following the struggles and the problems he faces through his marriage to Katherine, King Henry VIII of England declares himself as the head of England's church through his attempt to end and annul his marriage for Katherine, the thing that brings terrible for him, as Anne Boleyn, declares that he removes the queen from both, the court and the picture.
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- Episode 01: Everything Is Beautiful
- Episode 02: Tears of Blood
- Episode 03: Checkmate
- Episode 04: The Act of Succession
- Episode 05: His Majesty's Pleasure
- Episode 06: The Definition of Love
- Episode 07: Matters of State
- Episode 08: Lady in Waiting
- Episode 09: The Act of Treason
- Episode 10: Destiny and Fortune
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March 30, 2008 Mixing equal parts court intrigue with Calvin Klein ad, the series falls short of greatness.Read in Source
March 30, 2008 The sexy, sudsy historical drama returns without missing a beat.Read in Source
March 30, 2008 Henry and Anne nag and harp and tongue each other. It's like asking us to root for a particularly vapid reality TV couple.Read in Source
March 30, 2008 The main problem with this historical epic is that the performances of Rhys Meyers and of Natalie Dormer, who plays the king's controversial consort, Anne Boleyn, are flat, predictable and uninspired.Read in Source
New York Times
March 30, 2008 The paradox of "The Tudors" is that it takes on one of the most powerful and protested institutions in human history and provides little sense of what the English people have to gain or lose by breaking with it.Read in Source
New York Daily News
March 30, 2008 The acting, led by Rhys Meyers, is solid. The costumes and production are good and the dialogue is smooth.Read in Source
New York Post
March 30, 2008 It's not quite as randy - it's become less of a soap and more of a historical drama. This is not to say it's not great.Read in Source
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