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THE TUDORS SEASON 3
- You Think You Know a Story... But You Only Know How it Ends !
- Me, Myself, and I
- The Tudors is a historical fiction television series created and entirely written by British screenwriter Michael Hirst. The series is closely based upon the early reign of English monarch Henry VIII.
Season 2 of The Tudors aired on Showtime in the Spring of 2008, and will be broadcast on other channels in the fall of 2008. The series has been renewed for a third season to air in 2009, with production slated to begin on 16 June 2008 in Dublin, Ireland
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I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but season 4 goes into production mid june and now being September is more liking finishing up - you could maybe visit some of the locations though, they are all beautiful and most are open to the public, and security at ardmore studios are usually very good and will let you in for photographs...just an idea...Christ Church is one location i know of .
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I Do not mean to spoil the Plot of Season 3 but if you know of the history behide it you know the story already!
I mean it's based on history no matter how free the writing is and this season 3 is more based on fact then the last two seasons. That is why it is boring and did not get the Glory cover like other two seasons with ads and posters outside the states. God TV 3 showed one ad not even showing the NEW JANE. In the states they had so many ads it was giving away toooooo much for us outside USA who watch youtube for the latest. I am from Ireland and i uploaded most of the pics, clips and even full episodes 1, 2, 3,4 (Till youtube blocked them!) . So its not spoiling just informing if it's worth the look it deserves!
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Greatly disappointed with this one Sorry to say i hate season except episode 1
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Catherine Iris Thaumantos
In Season Three, King Henry VIII continues adding to his legacy of collecting wives, angering the Roman Catholic Church, and gaining as much wealth and power as he can manage. The members of his court continue to try and make places for themselves in serving Henry, whilst keeping their heads. Thomas Cromwell, now Lord Great Chamberlain, has his hands more than full balancing his own duties, trying to please both the King and his own agenda. As his own power grows, so do his enemies and every false step inevitably leads one pace closer to his own end.0 Replies 222 weeks
In a cast rich with historical characters, Thomas certainly holds his own. We are more than certain that James Frain shall too, at least for the bulk of The Tudors new Season Three.
Catherine Iris Thaumantos
Otto Truchsess von Waldburg (b. at Castle Scheer in Swabia, 26 February 1514; d. at Rome, 2 April 1573) was a German Catholic theologian, who was Cardinal-Bishop of Augsburg (1543-73).0 Replies 222 weeks
He studied at the Universities of Tübingen, Padua, Pavin, and Bologna, and received his degree of Doctor of Theology at Bologna. At an early age he received canonries at Trent, Spires, and Augsburg. In 1541 he became an imperial councillor and when on an embassy to Rome was made a papal chamberlain.
On 10 May, 1543, he was elected Bishop of Augsburg; in 1544 he was appointed cardinal-priest of the Title of St. Balbina by Pope Paul III for settling a long-continued dispute between the emperor and the pope.
The condition of his diocese was mournful: the clergy were ignorant and depraved, and Protestantism was widespread. He sought to mend matters by visitations, edicts, synods, and the improvement of instruction. He founded the University of Dillingen, now a lyceum, and the ecclesiastical seminary at Dillingen (1549-55). In 1564 he transferred the management of these institutions to the Jesuits.
In 1549-50 and again in 1555 he took part in the papal elections at Rome. In 1552 his diocese was devastated by the troops of Maurice of Saxony. He went once more to Rome in 1559 and was there made the head of the Inquisition and, in 1562, Cardinal-Bishop of Albano. In 1567 he held a diocesan synod at Dillingen.
From 1568 he lived altogether at Rome. He was a moral, religious man, of much force of character, to whom half measures and shiftiness were foreign. He incurred the hatred of the Protestants for his protest against the Religious Peace of Augsburg (1555).
Catherine Iris Thaumantos
The Tudors remains in power. Just a few weeks after the show returned to the air for a sophomore run, Showtime has given the series a third season order, just like it did when the network picked up the drama for a sophomore season in the same month of its highly successful debut. Giving more validation is the fact that The Tudors recently grabbed a Creative Emmy Award for "Outstanding Costumes for a Series."0 Replies 231 weeks
Additionally, The Tudors also received a Creative Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series" for the second season of the critically acclaimed program.
Given the show's history and critical reception, the news doesn't come as a surprise. For The Tudor's first run, it was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series in 2007, while lead star Jonathan Rhys Meyers was also nominated for the Best Actor in a Television Drama Golden Globe for his role as King Henry VIII. Moreover, the series was nominated for eight Irish Film and Television Awards in 2008 and won seven, including Best Drama Series, acting awards for Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Lead Actor), Nick Dunning (Supporting Actor) and Maria Doyle Kennedy (Supporting Actress), and craft awards for Costume Design, Production Design and Hair/Makeup. Brian Kirk was also nominated for Directing, but lost to Lenny Abrahamson of Prosperity.
The Tudors, for those show are not familiar, is a drama series loosely based on the early reign of Henry VIII and his fixation with ensuring his legacy and challenging the Catholic Church. Aside from the aforementioned stars, the series also features Henry Cavill as Charles Brandon, Anita Briem as Jane Seymour, James Frain as Thomas Cromwell, Joss Stone as Anne of Cleves, Sarah Bolger as Lady Mary, Joanne King as Jane Boleyn, Max von Sydow as Otto Truchsess von Waldburg, Roger Ashton-Griffiths as Sir John Hutton and Mark Hildreth as Reginald Pole.
Season 3 is set to premiere in 2009 on Showtime
- NEW PROMO PICTURES (6)
- Episode 1 (65)
- Henry VIII (16)
- Jane Seymour (33)
- Henry & Jane Seymour (Season 2) (16)
- Tamzin Merchant (Katherine Howard) (9)
- Joss Stone (Anne Of Cleves) (15)
- Charles Brandon (10)
- Thomas Cromwell (2)
- Lady Mary Tudor (8)
- Ambassador Chapuys (1)
- Duchess Catherine Brandon (1)
- Cardinal Reginald Pole ( Mark Hildreth) (4)
- Ursula Misseldon (6)
- Sir Francis Bryan (1)
- Edward Seymour (1)
- Edward VI (3)
- Cardinal Von Waldburg (4)
- Hans Holbein the Younger (17)
- Season Three (39)
- Behind the Scenes (49)