The entire series has been entertaining to me. I'm in no way a historian and never had much interest in the history of England, but this show has definitely piqued my curiosity. And after watching "The Other Boleyn Girl" I was amazed at the contrast between the 2. Then after reading up on the facts am even more amazed at the similarities between fact and fiction (6 wives, an affair that changed the shape of a nation, the traditions of arranged marriages and poitical overtones, etc.) As stated earlier in this thread, I find myself trying to imagine how things may have played out differently if (Catherine had a son, Anne had a son, the church blessing the annulment, etc.)
Great show, just have to realize Showtime has taken some creative license.
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