Tuesday, November 27, 2018

THE SPANISH PRINCESS EPIC TV SERIES TEASER IS HERE WITH YOUNG CATHERINE OF ARAGON! MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE TV SERIES ON LONDON'S FIRST 19TH CENTURY FEMALE DETECTIVE!

 1ST 'THE SPANISH PRINCESS'
TEASER HAS BEEN REVEALED
A special treat comes from Starz today, they gave us a trailer Royals on Starz, which does not just show us their old series White Queen and White
The Spanish Princess will air sometime next year on Starz
 Princess, but also tease the upcoming THE SPANISH PRINCESS with a few exciting glimpses into the 2019 series which is, technically speaking, a sort of a prequel to famous The Tudors!

THE SPANISH PRINCESS
will see Charlotte Hope playing the young princess of Spain who was promised the English throne since she was a child. She arrives in rain lashed England with her glorious court. She is Princess of Wales now, but when her husband
First look at Charlotte Hope as The Spanish Princess
Prince Arthur (Angus Imrie) dies suddenly, the throne seems lost to Catherine. Until she claims her marriage was never consummated and that as a virgin she may set her sights on the new heir, the charismatic and
The series is based on Philippa Gregory book!
headstrong Prince Harry (Ruairi O'Connor) who will one day rule as King Henry VIII. The cast will also include Elliot Cowan as Henry VII of England, Alexandra Moen as his wife Elizabeth of York, Olly Rix, Laura Carmichael, Philip Cumbus and others.


  'MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE'
NEW 19TH CENTURY TV SERIES
A+E Networks will produce a series on the first ever female detective in 19th century London. MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE will star Kate Phillips as Eliza Scarlet whose father dies and leaves her penniless in a time where marriage is her only option for financial security. But the headstrong
First look at Kate Phillips in Miss Scarlett and the Duke
Eliza is determined to find another way and takes over his private detective agency. But she needs a partner, so she hires detective Inspector William Wellington of Scotland Yard, who is also known as The Duke, a drinker, gambler and womanizer. Eliza and Duke strike up a mismatched, fiery relationship and team up to solve crime in 1880’s London.

15 comments:

  1. 'The Spanish Princess' reminds me that it's been a long time since I've seen some picture of the spanish royal couple Carlos and Sofia.

    What the two series have in common is strong females: Catherine of Aragon and Miss Scarlett. Beautiful and strong women are always interesting characters.

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    1. that's because their son Felipe and his wife Letizia are now the king and the queen and the stars in the media, I guess. Sofia was in Serbia earlier this year, as a guest at the wedding of one of our princes (or at least he thinks he's the prince).

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  2. A prequel to The Tudors? I loved that show, so I bet I'll really enjoy The Spanish Princess.

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    1. the only sad thing is that we know how Catherine of Aragon's story ends, thanks to The Tudors. I adored Maria Doyle Kennedy who played her in Tudors. Did you know she is also a singer?

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    2. I had no idea she sang also. She was a favorite of mine in the show as well. I'll have to see if I can find some clips of her singing. I'm intrigued now!

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    3. yes, she's apparently more popular as a singer, than as an actress :) Did you see the duo between Andrea Bocceli and his ultra gorgeous son for The Nutcracker and the Four Realms?

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    4. I haven't yet, but I shall look it up right now. I didn't get a chance to see Nutcracker in the theater here, and sadly it's already been removed from the cheap cinema here, so I have to wait until it's out on dvd to see it :(

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    5. I'm still deliberating on it - do I love Lasse Halstrom more than I hate Keira Knightley? :)

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    6. Sometimes you have to overlook the crappy acts for the sake of the good ones. We do like Lasse more than Keira so it has made its way to our watch list. She ain't gonna steal my joy this round.

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    7. They did bring Joe Johnston to ad his touch to Lasse's finished version, so I'm afraid it is exactly Joe who ruined it and made the audience not like it in the end.

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  3. I'd watch Miss Scarlett and the Duke!

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    1. It won't arrive any time soon, as the production will start the end of next year methinks.

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  4. A drinker, gambler AND womanizer... I like him already.

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