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The Tudors (2007 - 2010)

The Tudors (2007 - 2010)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

71%
60%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

85%

Series Info

A chronicle of the early years in the reign of England's King Henry VIII from 1520 to '30, when he divorced his first wife, Katherine of Aragon.more

Seasons

The Tudors: Season 4
No Tomatometer score yet...

2010, Showtime, 10 episodes

The Tudors: Season 3
100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2009, Showtime, 8 episodes

The Tudors: Season 2
54%
Critics Consensus: While the second season of The Tudors is certainly as gorgeous as the first, both in its cinematography and its able, handsome cast, the unremarkable script reveals only minor improvements in storytelling.

2008, Showtime, 10 episodes

The Tudors: Season 1
59%
Critics Consensus: Though it isn't the most complex or thought-provoking drama around, The Tudors contains stunning period detail, some sturdy acting, and just enough intrigue to make it an entertaining diversion.

2007, Showtime, 10 episodes

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Series Details

TV Network: Showtime
Premiere Date: Apr 1, 2007
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Cast

Jonathan Rhys Meyers
as King Henry VIII
Sam Neill
as Cardinal Wolsey
Callum Blue
as Knivert
Annabelle Wallis
as Jane Seymour
Peter Gaynor
as Holbien
Henry Cavill
as Charles Brandon
Henry Czerny
as Duke of Norfolk
Joss Stone
as Anne of Cleves
Tamzin Merchant
as Katherine Howard
Natalie Dormer
as Anne Boleyn
Maria Doyle Kennedy
as Katherine of Aragon
Andrew McNair
as Thomas Seymour
Kristen Holdenreid
as William Compton
Torrance Coombs
as Thomas Culpepper
Jeremy Northam
as Sir Thomas More
Nick Dunning
as Thomas Boleyn
David O'Hara
as Earl of Surrey
Joseph M. Kelley
as King of Portugal
James Frain
as Thomas Cromwell
Joely Richardson
as Catherine Parr
Gabrielle Anwar
as Princess Margaret
Perdita Weeks
as Mary Boleyn
Padraic Delaney
as George Boleyn
Joe Van Moyland
as Thomas Tallis
Sara James
as Princess Marguerite
Emma Hamilton
as Anne Stanhope
Max von Sydow
as Cardinal Von Waldbur...
Gerard McSorley
as Robert Aske
Alan Van Sprang
as Sir Francis Bryan
Kevin Doyle
as John Constable
Anita Briem
as Jane Seymour
David Wilmot
as Sir Ralph Ellerker
Mark Hildreth
as Reginald Pole
Sarah Bolger
as Princess Mary
Hans Matheson
as Thomas Cranmer
Jamie Thomas King
as Thomas Wyatt
David Alpay
as Mark Smeaton
Charlotte Salt
as Lady Ursula Misseldo...
John Kavanagh
as Cardinal Campeggio
James Gilbert
as William Brereton
Michael Patric
as Willoughby
Serena Brabazon
as Nan Saville
Simon Ward
as Bishop Gardiner
Peter O'Toole
as Pope Paull III
Emmanuel Leconte
as King Francis
Michael Grennell
as Sir George Throckmor...
Clive Geraghty
as Dr. Linacre
Rachael Kavanagh
as Ann Hastings
Catherine Byrne
as Alice More
James Rowe
as Norris
Rebekah Wright
as Catherine
Rebekah Wainwright
as Catherine Brandon
Max Brown
as Edward Seymour
Marcus Lamb
as Campeggio's Son
Barry John O'Connor
as William Pennington
Krystin Pellerin
as Elizabeth Darrell
Andrea Lowe
as Lady Eleanor Luke
Damian Kearney
as William Webbe
Gavin O'Connor
as Shrewsbury
Martin Murphy
as Simon Fish
Rory James Wilson
as Man in Tavern
Gemma Reeves
as Margaret More
Guy Carleton
as Chamberlain
Jason Healy
as Henry's Groom
Fiona Sinnott
as Norfolk's Wife
Aaron Monaghan
as Ringleader
Philip O'Sullivan
as Bishop Warham
Julia Wakeham
as Katharina Prue
Diarmuid Noyes
as Charlie Raw
Bill O'Cleirigh
as John More
Ned Dennehy
as Augustin
Ian McElhinney
as Pope Clement VII
Gordon Sterne
as Bishop Tunstall
Luke Hayden
as Headsman
Bosco Hogan
as Bishop Fisher
Robert Seehan
as Apprentice
Joanne King
as Lady Rochford
Pat McGrath
as Grotesque Wolsey
Jane Brennan
as Lady Margaret Bryan
James McHale
as Michelangelo
Gabriella Wright
as Queen Claude
Rod Hallett
as Sir Richard Rich
Laura Jane Laughlin
as Madge Sheldon
Tony McKenna
as Pope's Secretary
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