NBC is getting into the vampire business.
The network has given a 10-episode series order to Dracula, a series inspired by the classic Bram Stoker character starring The Tudors' Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the titular character, NBC Chairman Bob Greenblatt announced Tuesday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
The series will introduce Dracula as...
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Tudors alum Jonathan Rhys Meyers was released from a London hospital Wednesday, U.K. newspaper The Sun reports.
On Tuesday, Meyers was...
The fourth and final season of Showtime's The Tudors premieres April 11 (9/8c), but fans can watch the first episode online now. The series documents the colorful reign of England's King Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), who had annulled his marriage to his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, at the end of Season 3. He marries fifth (but not final) wife Katherine Howard (Tamzin Merchant) in the Season 4 premiere.
Will thou be watching The Tudors' final season?
I love it when TV can be both very, very good as well as good for you. Such is the case with a logjam of terrific historical dramas competing for attention this Sunday. Two of them had me fighting back tears (and occasionally losing the fight), and then theres Showtimes The Tudors, that stimulating royal tonic of sex, religion and other courtly intrigues. Not a lot of boo-hooing while watching this Henry VIII romp, but rarely a dull moment, either.The quality honors this weekend go to HBO and PBS. HBO for concluding its remarkable John Adams miniseries with an episode of quiet, pained humanity as the nations second president (Paul Giamatti) goes into retirement with about as much gracewhich is to say, very littleas he conducted himself in the political arena. Grumpy, discontent, impatient to the end and convinced hell be forgotten by time, John never lets up. Theres a terrific scene in which hes invited, in his 90s, to view the portrai...