From Kate Taylor of the Globe and Mail:
- Clever consort
“On The Tudors, Natalie Dormer never let Anne Boleyn’s cruel fate get in the way of a good sex scene, but she also made sure the steamy bits didn’t get in the way of history.” Read more.
From Bill Harris of the Toronto Sun:
- Another Boleyn girl
“Being the outspoken mistress of a volatile king is a powerful position. Being the outspoken wife of a volatile king is a perilous position. That’s the dilemma in store for the doomed Anne Boleyn as the second season of The Tudors makes its Canadian debut tonight on CBC.” Read more.
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