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The White Queen
Drama, War, History, Romance
Colin Teague, James Kent, Jamie Payne
Malcolm Campbell, Emma Frost, Philippa Gregory, Lisa McGee, Nicole Taylor
Colin Callender, David Claikens, Gina Cronk, George Faber, Emma Frost, Philippa Gregory, John Griffin, Eurydice Gysel, Christine Healy, Polly Hill, Charles Pattinson, Alex Verbaere, Jan Vrints, Scott Huff
Aneurin Barnard - Richard Duke of Gloucester (10 episodes 2013), Rebecca Ferguson - Queen Elizabeth (10 episodes 2013), Amanda Hale - Lady Margaret Beaufort (10 episodes 2013), Faye Marsay - Anne Neville (10 episodes 2013), Max Irons - King Edward (9 episodes 2013), Ben Lamb - Anthony Rivers (8 episodes 2013), Tom McKay - Jasper Tudor (8 episodes 2013), Juliet Aubrey - Countess of Warwick (7 episodes 2013), David Oakes - George Duke of Clarence (7 episodes 2013), Eleanor Tomlinson - Isabel Neville (7 episodes 2013), Caroline Goodall - Duchess Cecily (6 episodes 2013), Janet McTeer - Jacquetta Woodville (6 episodes 2013), Eve Ponsonby - Mary Woodville (6 episodes 2013), Pieter D'Hondt - Royal Guard (6 episodes 2013), James Frain - Lord Warwick (5 episodes 2013), Rupert Graves - Lord Thomas Stanley (5 episodes 2013), Michael Maloney - Henry Stafford (5 episodes 2013), Otto Farrant - Thomas Grey (5 episodes 2013), David Shelley - King Henry VI (4 episodes 2013), Dean-Charles Chapman - Richard Grey (4 episodes 2013), Ashley Charles - Thomas Grey (3 episodes 2013), Leo Bill - Reginald Bray (3 episodes 2013), Shaun Dooley - Sir Robert Brackenbury (3 episodes 2013), Emily Berrington - Jane Shore (3 episodes 2013), Michael Marcus - Henry Tudor (3 episodes 2013), Freya Mavor - Princess Elizabeth (3 episodes 2013), Frances Tomelty - Lady Beauchamp (3 episodes 2013), Elinor Crawley - Princess Cecily (3 episodes 2013), Ted Allpress - Prince Richard (3 episodes 2013), Oscar Kennedy - Henry Tudor (3 episodes 2013), Pixie Davies - Princess Elizabeth (3 episodes 2013), Sonny Ashbourne Serkis - Prince Edward (3 episodes 2013), Cedric Tylleman - Servant Felix (3 episodes 2013), Veerle Baetens - Margaret of Anjou (2 episodes 2013), Arthur Darvill - The Duke of Buckingham (2 episodes 2013), Andrew Gower - Lord Strange (2 episodes 2013), Michael Jenn - Dr. Lewis (2 episodes 2013), Robert Pugh - Baron Rivers (2 episodes 2013), Nicholas Croucher - Edward Prince of Wales (2 episodes 2013), Simon Ginty - John Rivers (2 episodes 2013), Rudi Goodman - Richard Grey (2 episodes 2013), Nick James - Thomas Grey (2 episodes 2013), Elsa Houben - Katherine Woodville (2 episodes 2013), Joey Batey - Edward of Lancaster (2 episodes 2013), Hugh Mitchell - Richard Welles (2 episodes 2013), Madeleine Harris - Princess Margaret of York (2 episodes 2013), Kenji Tielemans - Prince Teddy (2 episodes 2013), Eloise Webb - Princess Elizabeth (2 episodes 2013), Lizzy McInnerny - Lady Sutcliffe (1 episode 2013), Christophe Haddad - John Grey (1 episode 2013), Andreas Perschewski - King Louis (1 episode 2013), Patrick Brennan - Sir John of Reigate (1 episode 2013), Steven de Schepper - Thomas Burdett (1 episode 2013), Arthur Droeshaut - Geoffrey the Changeling (1 episode 2013), Nick Hendrix - Edmund Beaufort (1 episode 2013), Rupert Young - Sir William Herbert (1 episode 2013), Ed Brody - Richard Grey (1 episode 2013), Ben-Ryan Davies - John the Stable Lad (1 episode 2013), Lize Feryn - Princess Bona of France (1 episode 2013), Martin Turner - Archbishop (1 episode 2013), Elke Andreas Boon - Seamstress (1 episode 2013), Adrian John Haydn Eason - Sailor (1 episode 2013), Joren Seldeslachts - Charles of Burgundy (1 episode 2013), Reece Pockney - Henry Tudor (1 episode 2013), Guy Flanagan - James Friars (1 episode 2013), Ben Van den Heuvel - Harry Stafford (1 episode 2013), Tom De Beckker - Tower Guard (1 episode 2013), Galyna Kyyashko - Edward's Whoer (1 episode 2013), Thomas Lammens - Royal Guard (1 episode 2013), Vildan Maksuti - Royal Palace Servant (1 episode 2013), Jef Stevens - Bishop (1 episode 2013), Raoul van Kammen - Soldier (uncredited) (10 episodes 2013), Isabella Blake-Thomas - Little Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Truus de Boer - Medieval Lady (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Nina Van Rompaey - Maid Seamstress of the Queen (uncredited) (1 episode 2013)
Desetidílný seriál stanice Starz se zaměřuje na tři ženy během války Růží - Alžbětu Woodvillovou, Margaretu Beaufortovou a Annu Beauchampovou. Je rok 1464 a Anglie už je devět let ve válce o korunu, na kterou si dělají nárok Yorkové a Lancasteři. Mladý a krásný Eduard IV. je díky Richardu Nevillovi z Warwicku korunován na krále. Když se ale král zamiluje a tajně si vezme vdovu Alžbětu Woodvillovou, Warwickovy plány na ovládání trůnu se rozpadnou. Královna má na krále velký vliv, ale Warwick se nezastaví před ničím, aby si udržel nad králem kontrolu.
- Série 1: 1. In Love with the King (2013). In 1464 Elizabeth Grey, née Woodville, widowed when her husband Thomas was killed at the battle of St Alban's fighting for the Lancastrian king Henry VI approaches the young Yorkist king Edward IV. She requests him to enforce restitution from her husband's family for herself and her two little boys. Against the wishes of his powerful cousin Warwick, Edward falls for Elizabeth, a suit encouraged by her mother, sorceress Jacquetta - though not her father, Baron Rivers who lacks Jacquetta's pragmatism when Edward requires him and his sons to fight on the Yorkist side. When Elizabeth refuses to be Edward's mistress they secretly marry. Her brother Anthony finds out and is appalled, believing the wedding was a sham and the king intends to marry a French princess. However Edward publicly announces that Elizabeth is his wife. The Lancastrian Margaret Beaufort is unhappy with the news, as is Edward's mother Cecily but Jacquetta cleverly outwits her and Elizabeth is hailed as the queen of ...
- Série 1: 2. The Price of Power (2013). The pregnant Elizabeth is crowned queen and welcomed by Edward's brothers Richard and George though Warwick and his daughters do not disguise their disapproval and Cecily refuses to attend the coronation. Warwick is especially aggrieved that the king is neglecting a peace treaty with France and entertaining the Duke of Burgundy, a relation of Elizabeth and enemy to the French king. As it becomes clear that Warwick intends to make himself powerful Edward gives key posts at court to Baron Rivers and his sons, which also enrages Margaret Beaufort,whose young son Henry Tudor has had to forfeit a title to the Rivers family. Margaret is also angry when Warwick captures the deposed fugitive former king Henry and Edward imprisons him. As a reward Warwick asks that his daughters are betrothed to the king's brothers but the request is denied. When Elizabeth gives birth to a daughter, rather than an heir, Warwick is delighted and organizes a rebellion, incarcerating Edward, Elizabeth and ...
- Série 1: 3. The Storm (2013). Margaret Beaufort is pleased to learn that Warwick, whose daughter Isabel is George's reluctant bride, is holding a parliament in York to have George declared the rightful monarch. However the parliament opposes Warwick's idea and Edward, Elizabeth and Jacquetta are all released. Edward, to his wife's annoyance, suggests alliances with Warwick to prevent further factions and even Elizabeth's surviving brother Anthony appears to acquiesce. However Edward has another revolt on his hands, supposedly led by Henry's wife Margaret of Anjou but in reality staged by Warwick and George. Margaret Beaufort's husband wants no part in it but the obsessive matriarch prevails upon her nervous brother Richard to lead her cause. He is killed by Edward after telling him that the rebels are actually Warwick and George, who are forced to flee abroad. Whilst on board ship Isabel miscarries George's baby but Elizabeth is pregnant again and swears that this shall be a son.
- Série 1: 4. The Bad Queen (2013). Now exiled in France with his family Warwick plans to make his other daughter Anne a prospective queen of England by marrying her to Edward, teenage son of Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou in return for Margaret backing another war against Edward IV. Margaret however refuses immediate military help and both Isabel and George are unimpressed by the deal, George sending his brother a message to say he will have no part in any rising. Nonetheless Warwick goes ahead, routing Edward and forcing Elizabeth and her children to seek sanctuary in Westminster Abbey. Jacquetta is put on trial for witchcraft - in the light of Isabel's miscarriage - but acquits herself by threatening Warwick with her great friendship with Margaret of Anjou. Henry Tudor is taken into Yorkist custody, incensing his mother, but escapes whilst Elizabeth gives birth to a son by Edward.
- Série 1: 5. War at First Hand (2013). 1470:- George returns to fight with his brothers, to the chagrin of Warwick, who moves the decrepit Henry VI into the tower of London for his protection whilst Jasper Tudor escorts his nephew Henry to Wales for safety. The possessed Lady Beaufort is angry that her husband Stafford chooses to fight for Edward, seeing him as the lesser of two evils, but both Stafford and Warwick are slain at the battle of Barnet. Edward rides to meet Margaret of Anjou, who has the nervous Anne Neville in her company, and he defeats Margaret and Jasper at the battle of Tewkesbury. Richard of Gloucester exiles Margaret, having rescued Anne from would-be rapists. The Yorkists celebrate their victory though Elizabeth is shocked to stumble upon her family's nocturnal activities.
- Série 1: 6. Love and Death (2013). Having witnessed the murder of Henry VI the pregnant Elizabeth is again shocked when she discovers her husband having sex with courtier Jane Shore. Her isolation is increased as Jacquetta falls dangerously ill and, aware of George's dislike of her, she appoints Anthony as her sons' guardian. Also wary of George is Anne Neville, pardoned by Edward for her part in the revolt and reunited with Isabel at court. However Anne is upset that she is not allowed to contact her mother in exile and feels that George and Isabel are controlling her every move. She has one ally in Richard and is unhappy to learn that he is considering marriage to Margaret Beaufort to effect peace. However he proposes to Anne, declaring that he loves her, and she accepts. Edward approves of the match as Elizabeth's new baby son is born.
- Série 1: 7. Poison and Malmsey Wine (2013). Edward plans a war with the French but, sensing that too much blood has already been shed, makes peace with king Louis, angering George, who will now not assume the title Regent of France. He becomes convinced that Elizabeth, like her late mother, is a sorceress who caused Isabel to miscarry and who has bewitched her husband. Her two sons also stand in his way to the throne. When Isabel dies he accuses Elizabeth of poisoning her but his public outcries and dealings with Louis lead to his being accused of treason and he is arrested. Despite pleas for mercy from his mother and Elizabeth Edward has George drowned in a barrel of wine. This gives his title back to Henry Tudor, whose mother Margaret Beaufort is now a lady-in-waiting to the queen, thus giving her hope that her son is nearer to becoming king.
- Série 1: 8. The King Is Dead (2013). 1483:- Elizabeth is concerned when Edward allows Henry Tudor home from exile but he reasons that he prefers to keep his enemies close to him. Soon afterwards Edward suddenly dies of pneumonia, appointing Richard as the regent for his young son Edward. Anne, however, encourages her husband to crown himself king as the country's enemies may take advantage of a boy king. Richard takes the boy and places him in the Tower of London, causing Elizabeth, now powerless, to again go into sanctuary with her children. Richard has Anthony Rivers and Elizabeth's son Richard Grey killed and demands her younger son, though she sends him to Flanders and gives over a changeling boy. Margaret believes that an alliance with Elizabeth, leading to Henry marrying Elizabeth's daughter, would secure her son's claim to the throne but her husband Thomas Stanley reminds her that they must appear loyal to both sides and so they see Richard crown himself king.
- Série 1: 9. The Princes in the Tower (2013). Aware of his antagonists Richard rewards those whom he believes can serve him, including Stanley, the duke of Buckingham and Thomas Brackenbury. Anne visits Brackenbury behind her husband's back, expressing her fear that his throne will not be safe as long as the princes in the tower are alive. Elizabeth, fearing for the boys' safety, accepts an offer of help to rescue them by Margaret, whose son Henry is now betrothed to Elizabeth's daughter Lizzie. However the attempt fails and, learning that the boys are dead, Elizabeth believes that she was double-crossed by Margaret in her ambition to see Henry crowned king. In fact Margaret and her kinsman Buckingham lead a rebellion against Richard but it fails, due to a torrential rain-storm magically evoked by Elizabeth. Buckingham is executed whilst Stanley, who betrayed his wife's part in the revolt, is awarded her lands as she is arrested and exiled. Anne believes Brackenbury had the boys murdered and she and Richard are alarmed by rumours...
- Série 1: 10. The Final Battle (2013). Queen Anne's health is deteriorating and the death of her sickly son Edward and the knowledge that her husband loves Lizzie do not help her situation. She ends her feud with Elizabeth ,assuring her that she was not responsible for the deaths of the two boys and soon afterwards, following an eclipse, she dies. Elizabeth and her daughters are released from sanctuary and return to the court where Lizzie reciprocates Richard's feelings for her. However she is betrothed to marry the dour Henry Tudor, not a match she relishes. Henry effects his rebellion - with Stanley now amongst his supporters - and at the Battle of Bosworth Field kills Richard, releasing his mother from her house arrest. Margaret thanks God that her son is declared king, a fact she had always known would happen, whilst Elizabeth, formerly a queen is now a queen mother, her daughter the White Princess.