men go to battle, women wage war


In England 1464, the two sides of the same family have been at war for nine years to take the thrown of the kingdom. As The House of York’s™ Edward IV (Max Irons) is crowned the King of England with the help of the master manipulator Lord Warwick (James Frain), a damaged and highly religious Margaret Beaufort (Amanda Hale) from The House of Lancaster would stop at nothing to see her young son Henry Tudor take the throne. With the help of her mother and a self-proclaimed sorceress Jacquetta (Janet McTeer), a captivating and beautiful commoner Elizabeth Woodville (Rebecca Ferguson) falls in love with Edward IV and secretly marries him. As Warwick’€™s plan for control over the King of England crumbles right before his eyes, he will stop at nothing to maintain his grip on the throne. [x]

In England 1464, the two sides of the same family have been at war for nine years to take the thrown of the kingdom. As The House of York’s™ Edward IV (Max Irons) is crowned the King of England with the help of the master manipulator Lord Warwick (James Frain), a damaged and highly religious Margaret Beaufort (Amanda Hale) from The House of Lancaster would stop at nothing to see her young son Henry Tudor take the throne. With the help of her mother and a self-proclaimed sorceress Jacquetta (Janet McTeer), a captivating and beautiful commoner Elizabeth Woodville (Rebecca Ferguson) falls in love with Edward IV and secretly marries him. As Warwick’€™s plan for control over the King of England crumbles right before his eyes, he will stop at nothing to maintain his grip on the throne. [x]

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    I’m rather interested to see how this is. I refuse to read Phillipa Gregory anymore just because she gets history wrong...
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    I don’t know whether I want to watch this or not. =\ I love historical dramas, but I’m not a Philippa Gregory fan…
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    Is this a real thing? Fuck, I want this.
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