Tuesday, April 14, 2009

'The Tudors' gets a fourth and final season

The Tudors has been picked up for its fourth season, which means we'll get to see the entire story of King Henry VIII. It will air in the spring of 2010 with 10 one-hour episodes. Production starts this June in Dublin, Ireland. When the show finally ends, creator Michael Hirst will have written all 38 Tudor episodes.

This is making me wonder if Jonathan Rhys Meyers will return. Last year he decided he was going to quit the show after season three even if a fourth season was scheduled. Which is why I assumed season three would be the last season. Who on earth wants to see someone else play Henry in the final season? Rhys Meyers is perfect in the role.

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