Imprisoned Sir Thomas More refuses to relent to the King's religious rulings, much to Henry's anger. A miscarriage gives Anne cause to fear she could also lose her crown. Show more
Propaganda and paranoia are exploited as Henry's 'Reformation' hits home while Anne fears for her future.
Anne revives Henry's passion for her, but as one rival for his heart departs another appears. The sacking of religious institutions rewards the 'reformers'.
Henry's foreign foes conspire against him as his power increases. But his own acts at court and on the jousting field endanger his family's future far more.
Anne Boleyn's fall from Henry's favour escalates as scandalous rumours are circulated (and created) at court, threatening her whole family.
May 1536. Anne Boleyn is to be beheaded, with few allies left to mourn her, while Henry has hopes of a fresh start in life and in love.
Historical drama. Henry VIII's clashes with the Catholic church worsen. The King seeks to placate an impatient Anne Boleyn. A poison plot is put in motion. Show more
Historical drama. Henry's court lacks Christmas cheer with Queen Catherine excluded, Thomas More alienated and Anne Boleyn rumoured against. Show more
With Anne Boleyn finally to be crowned his queen, Henry ignores the splits within his court and kingdom as he awaits the male heir she has promised him.
Lavish drama. The King's insistence on an oath affirming him as head of the church pushes Sir Thomas More further from favour. Anne attempts to fix Henry's wandering eye. Show more