I've finally had some time to catch up on the fourth season of "The Tudors." King Henry VIII played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers is a very interesting guy to say the least. His portrayal of King Henry throughout the season is much to be applauded as well as his portrayal of a man scorned by some of his six wives, two of which were beheaded.
It's amazing how man hasn't changed much throughout the centuries, always wanting more and more until it engulfs them. Showtime did an excellent job bringing this story to life and I look forward to similar stories of greed, lust and deceit in the near future.
- dee / lawrence
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