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The third season focuses on Henry's marriages to Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves, the birth of his son Prince Edward, his ruthless suppression of the Pilgrimage of Grace, the downfall of Thomas Cromwell, and the beginnings of Henry's relationship with the free-spirited Catherine Howard.Henry happily marries his third wife but his honeymoon period is soon spoilt by a growing resentment against the Reformation in the north and east of England.The papacy in Rome organises an assassination plot against Anne but the assassins' attempts fail.In Episode 3 the newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury annuls Henry's marriage, clearing the way for Henry to marry a by now pregnant Anne, which also increases the growing rift between England and Rome.The court convenes a special session at which both Henry and Katherine initially are present, and it eventually decides in favor of Katherine.Cardinal Wolsey is stripped of his office in episode 9 and banished to York, where he pleads with the King to restore him to office.In Episode 6, Thomas Cromwell, who has assumed More's office as Chancellor of England, announces his plans to cleanse England of dissenters to the New Monarchy.Also, England's relationship with France is complicated by King Francis's refusal to unite their kingdoms in marriage, thus causing Henry to question his decision to have married Anne.
In Episode 5, Fisher and More's refusal to sign an oath of allegiance recognising Henry's supreme authority as head of the English church eventually leads to their executions.
The first two episodes debuted on Direc TV, Time Warner Cable On Demand, Netflix, Verizon Fi OS On Demand, Internet Movie Database and on the website of the series before the official premiere on Showtime.
The Tudors premiered on 1 April 2007; it was the highest-rated Showtime series in three years.
Henry chooses his loyal friend Sir Thomas More as Wolsey's successor.
In the final episode, Wolsey makes one last desperate attempt to save himself by allying himself with his former enemy Queen Katherine, but their plot is discovered and Wolsey kills himself during his internment in the Tower of London after saying a brief prayer apologizing for his sins.
Henry will do whatever it takes to marry Anne Boleyn, even defying Pope Paul III.