... I figured there would be spoilers anyway, seeing as how the show is based on history.
I know this tends to be an adult show, but if it's all right with everyone, I'd like to start a thread on it.
So season three of The Tudors began on Showtime. I thought it was exciting. I'm not sure how those two new characters (Sir Francis and Lady mumble-mumble) fit into the story, but I assume they have bigger roles to play.
I know my history on the royals, and I think any history buff is aware that they've already altered histiry some for the sake of the show (such as combining Henry's two sisters into one). But I'm afraid I don't know anything about the peasant's revolt that's taking place.
I think the actors did a great job in this episode, the music was outstanding and the costumes were amazing.
If anyone would like to add their oppinion of the show, or shed light on the actual history, then have at it, I pray you. Let the thread begin!