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The Tudors: Season 3

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Henry Tudor must overcome his despair at the loss of Jane Seymour, the mother of his son Edward. Cromwell encourages him to marry and Anne of Cleves becomes his next wife. Neither in love or attracted to Anne, Henry searches for an out and Cromwell sees his downfall at the hands of the men he has betrayed.

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Special Features

United States of Tara episode 1

United States of Tara episode 2

Tudors Timeline (featurette)


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  • Actors: Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Henry Cavill, James Frain, Sarah Bolger, Anthony Brophy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Showtime / Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 413 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,059 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AQR3LC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,491 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on May 17, 2009
Format: DVD
I thoroughly enjoyed Season Three of "The Tudors." In my opinion, Jonathan Rhys Meyers gives his best performances ever as King Henry VIII. (Warning: the next few paragraphs contain details that some people may consider spoilerish, but seeing as how this is a retelling of British history, I'm sure most people know what's going to happen this season.)

At the start of Season Three, Henry is married to Jane Seymour, a gentle woman who thrills her husband by giving him a son. Unfortunately, Jane's reign as Queen of England is short-lived, and Henry soon finds himself mourning the only one of his wives thus far who he has truly loved (or at least been able to appreciate at the very end). The impertinent Thomas Cromwell then convinces Henry that a new marriage to Anne of Cleaves would benefit the country. Henry reluctantly goes through with the marriage, but never consummates the union because, according to him, his new bride "looks like a horse." It doesn't take long for Henry to tire of this marriage as well, and he passes the time in the company of the ditzy young Katherine Howard.

As all these romantic entanglements are taking place, England is threatened by rebels, Princess Mary becomes even more disenchanted with her unfortunate circumstances at court, and Thomas Cromwell becomes less and less popular, as members of the court desperately try to find a way to bring him down.

Overall, this was a fast-paced and entertaining season. I still miss the Anne Boleyn years, but "The Tudors" has managed to stay fresh and engaging. I don't see how this show can go on for more than another season, unless it continues after Henry's death, which would be a very interesting twist. Let's hope Showtime decides to go that route, because "The Tudors" could continue to reign for a very long time.
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*This review is based upon the series as shown on cable network Showtime*

After the superlative season 2 of 'The Tudors' (which featured outstanding, Emmy-worthy performances by Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn and Jeremy Northam as Sir Thomas More), I was completely prepared for a "letdown" of sorts for series 3. After all, the true story (Henry VIII's marriage to Jane Seymour, birth of Prince Edward, death of Queen Jane and marriage to Anne of Cleves 2 years after that) goes at a relatively quick 4 years in English history. I was UNprepared for the economic downturn and PeaceArch's (the production company of 'The Tudors') decision to only have 8 episodes for 2009. If you thought seasons 1-2 were a whirlwind, prepare to be whip lashed by season 3.

Queen Jane's (Annabelle Wallis-in a replacement role from season 2's Anita Briem) relationship with Henry is so chaste and "pure," and he swears she is his most "beloved" queen (which he also claimed toward Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn). Unfortunately, Queen Jane dies of peripureal fever after giving birth to Prince Edward. Wallis's acting is measured-so measured in fact, you almost forget she is in the scene. She blends too well-unlike the performance given by Anne Stallybrass in the PBS production of 'The Six Wives of Henry VIII,' who captured the proper spirit of meekness and servitude necessary to BECOME Henry's 3rd wife.

Joss Stone as Anne of Cleves is a treat-although she is not featured enough in the series. Her scenes are few and far between, but she makes a fantastic impact (witness her scene with Lord Privy Seal Cromwell). There is a passion and fervor in her acting that is nothing but natural ability and talent.
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I am more than half way thru watching the 3rd season on Showtime. Although I am well aware that this is not necessarily based on historical accuracy I feel that a little more care could have taken in making the actors, especially Henry VIII character look their age and historical appearance in that particular time period. Henry, as well as his best friend look like they are stuck in a time warp being eternally in their 30's. Also it is well known that Henry VIII's weight already started to balloon after Jane Seymours death, whereas the actor as shown in the nearly nude scenes still has his perfect trim youthful body. Still an enjoyable and entertaining show -I wonder if it will end with Henry VIII death or will include further installments of Edward, Mary and Elizabeth I - after all they are Tudors, too.
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Tudors Season 3 is very good. I personally thought Season 2 was best, but Season 3 is certainly very good. The blu-ray video is excellent.

Fans of the show should not hesitate to buy this set. The imported blu-rays (either the "uncut" version from Canada, or the other version from the UK) play without problems in US blu-ray players.

A note about the "uncut" version: Some of the reviewers seem to be upset that the UK set is not labeled "uncut." I understand that the episodes are the same on both versions. The Canadian release is advertised as uncut because the episodes were edited for the original CBC broadcast in Canada. The uncut version is the same version that aired on Showtime in the USA. As a premium pay cable channel, Showtime was able to show the complete uncut episodes without concern about the adult content. (I learned this after a web search about why the Canadian release is called "uncut." I didn't want an edited version any more than the other reviewers.)
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