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Video Preview of The Tudors Series Finale

TV Tonight: The Tudors Finally Bids Adieu

For four seasons on The Tudors, we've watched as Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) romanced his many wives (and women who were not his wives), while growing more tyrannical. Tonight, it seems we'll be laying the infamous king — and the show — to rest.

In the series finale, the great ruler is facing mortality as his physical health and a bad leg worsen. Will the show end with his death? It seems highly plausible, but it being the last episode, I wouldn't be surprised if we see more characters besides Henry die off. The king's past wives will also reportedly cameo (hopefully with their heads intact).

Will you tune in? What are your hopes for the finale? And is it me, or is older Henry kind of channeling The Godfather? Two clips from tonight's farewell when you

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Photo courtesy of Showtime

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likethedirection likethedirection 5 years
I love The Tudors! I hated seeing it end. I loved all the past characters and clips that were in last night's episode. Now I have to go back and watch all the seasons again. I miss Anne Boleyn!
fleurfairy fleurfairy 5 years
I loved it. I thought it was the perfect way to send the series off, with the famous Holbein portrait of Henry. Yes, I cried. I feel like I grew right along with these characters and it was time to say goodbye to an old friend. I loved the grim reaper sequence. It was like watching a painting come to life. And damn, JRM was looking gorgeous in that scene. Also loved seeing Katherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, and Jane Seymour again. Goodbye, Tudors. You'll be missed.
fleurfairy fleurfairy 5 years
I loved it. I thought it was the perfect way to send the series off, with the famous Holbein portrait of Henry. Yes, I cried. I feel like I grew right along with these characters and it was time to say goodbye to an old friend. I loved the grim reaper sequence. It was like watching a painting come to life. And damn, JRM was looking gorgeous in that scene. Also loved seeing Katherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, and Jane Seymour again. Goodbye, Tudors. You'll be missed.
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