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History Sets Sail With the New Series Vikings

A Viking raider caps off a growled command at his men by driving his ax into the ground. Hard. Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) is as strong as the steel blade — and just as lethal. He's a Norse legend brought to life in Vikings, History's first scripted series. "Ragnar is very ambitious," says ­Fimmel on set in Ireland, near the ­famous Powerscourt waterfall. "He starts out as a farmer, but it's not enough for him. He seeks adventure, knowledge and fame."

And to get it, he's gonna need a better boat. Ragnar secretly commissions the creation of a lighter, faster version more

VIDEO: The Tudors: Death of a Monarchy

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The Tudors: Death of a Monarchy
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Aired: 6/20/2010

In the series finale, Henry defeats one final political foe but faces his mortality after the deaths of both his best friend Charles Brandon and King Francis of France, and the ghosts of his former queens appear for a final confrontation. watch

VIDEO: Death of a Monarchy

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Length: 56:38
Aired: 6/20/2010

Henry is forced to surrender Boulogne. Longtime friend King Francis is dying. And as Henry's health begins to fade, thoughts turn toward a successor. watch


Leap Year: Declan Agrees To Drive Anna To Dublin
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Year Title Description
2013 Vikings TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2011 Camelot TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2010 Leap Year Movie, Co-Producer
2007 P.S. I Love You Movie, Co-Producer
2007 The Tudors TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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Oh, Henry! The Tudors Shows It's Good to Be King

On a sunny September day near Killruddery House, an Elizabethan mansion outside of Dublin, Jonathan Rhys Meyers strides imperiously across an immaculately seeded lawn. Clad in a purple velvet cloak and an elaborately embroidered rose-colored doublet, he looks every inch the king he is portraying. Relaxing in his trailer later, the 29-year-old actor admits that the spirit of King Henry VIII, his role in Showtime's new 10-part series, The Tudors (Sundays at 10 pm/ET), has inhabited him so thoroughly that his demands — mainly along the lines of "Get us a cup of tea, love," he says — have become more regal, too. "There is a certain level of arrogance that has to seep into your system if you are playing the king," Rhys Meyers says with a smile. "Although I'm sure it was there before." For those whose memories need read more

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