THE TUDORS enters its fourth and final season tonight, Sunday April 11 at 9pm ET/PT, and I'm not sure I'm ready to let King Henry VIII and his people go. I watched the first five episode and it's as intense as previous seasons were. Jonathan Rhys Meyers
continues to play King Henry VII brilliantly and I have come to the conclusion that everyone is better off staying as far away from him as possible, but unfortunately (or fortunately since it gives us great drama), I seem to be the only one to realize it. So let's talk about this new season.
In the first episode, we find out that King Henry VIII has just married 17 year old Katherine Howard (Tamzin Merchant), which makes her the new Queen of England. You will very quickly notice that she is a very different Queen than Henry's previous wives. She is very fresh, innocent and a little naive, which makes the King love her even more. Unfortunately, Queen Katherine comes with a lot of baggage, including a scandalous sexual past, which as you can imagine will lead her to some trouble. In addition, Henry and Katherine do have a weird relationship given that she is so young, it's more of an adult to child relationship (or yes father/daughter if you will).
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