Ken Follett's best-selling novel is brought to life in a star-studded and critically-acclaimed eight-part miniseries! Emerging from the war-torn shadows of England's Dark Ages, an idealistic mason, Tom Builder (Rufus Sewell, The Holiday) sets out on a quest of erecting a glorious Cathedral bathed in light. But when that light threatens to illuminate the dark secrets of ambitious Bishop Waleran Bigod (Ian McShane, 2005 Golden Globe Best Actor, TV's "Deadwood) and the battling progeny of King Henry, Queen Maud (Alison Pill, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and King Stephen (Tony Curran, Ondine), they'll stop at nothing to keep those secrets safe! The epic miniseries event also stars Matthew MacFadyen (Frost/Nixon) as Prior Philip, Hayley Atwell (Love Hate) as the beautiful noblewoman Aliena and Donald Sutherland (TV's "Dirty Sexy Money") as Bartholomew.
A Nazi spy stranded on a remote Scottish island becomes involved with a lonely woman. A psychological and romantic thriller in the style of classic Hitchcock. Exciting and smart, with a complex and creepy performance by Sutherland.
As Caris and Mair disembark in England, no one notices the rats that scamper from the ship to the dock.
Almost a decade later in France, Edward III needs to find a way for his army to safely cross the River Somme.
A year later, the Fleece Fair is even more sparsely attended. When Gwenda arrives to sell her wares, there are fewer customers than ever.
Caris takes charge of the casualties after the bridge collapse, bringing them to the cathedral.
In the aftermath of a civil war in 14th-century England, Queen Isabella defeats and imprisons her husband, Edward II.
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