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The Spanish Princess: Season One Episodes Ranked According To IMDb

The Spanish Princess: Season One Episodes Ranked According To IMDb
The Spanish Princess is a Starz miniseries inspired by the novel authored Phillipa Gregory. Among the cast is Game of Thrones' Charlotte Hope, Downton Abbey's Laura Charmichael, and The Chronicles of Narnia's Georgie Henley. This miniseries follows Spain’s Princess Catherine of Aragon as she sets out to marry the future king of England, per an arranged marriage that the young monarch decided was her destiny.

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Since season two of The Spanish Princess is due to air on Starz this year (2020), there is a look at the IMDb rankings for season one.
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New featurette for Netflix’s ‘The English Game’ from Julian Fellowes

New featurette for Netflix’s ‘The English Game’ from Julian Fellowes
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Netflix has released a brand new featurette for The English Game, their now-playing limited series based on the origins of football and how those involved in its creation reached across the class divide to establish the game as the world’s most popular sport. The series is written and executive produced by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes and produced by 42.

The series stars Edward Holcroft (Kingsman: The Golden Circle), Kevin Guthrie, Charlotte Hope, Craig Parkinson, James Harkness, Niamh Walsh, Gerard Kearns, Joncie Elmore, Sam Keeley (Anthropoid), Daniel Ings, Kate Dickie, Henry Lloyd Hughes, Kate Phillips, Ben Batt, Sylvestra Le Touzel, Harry Michell and Anthony Andrews (The King’s Speech).

The series is directed by Birgitte Stærmose and Tim Fywell and produced by Rhonda Smith.

The English Game is now playing on Netflix. Watch the new featurette below.

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The class divide exists in trailer for Julian Fellowes’ new Netflix series ‘The English Game’

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The class divide exists in trailer for Julian Fellowes’ new Netflix series ‘The English Game’
Netflix has launched a new trailer for the latest series from ‘Downton Abbey’ creator Julian Fellowes, ‘The English Game’.

The six-part drama charts the origins of football and how those involved in its creation reached across the class divide to establish the game as the world’s most popular sport.

Directed by Birgitte Stærmose and Tim Fywell, the series stars Edward Holcroft, Kevin Guthrie, Charlotte Hope, Craig Parkinson, James Harkness, Niamh Walsh, Gerard Kearns, Joncie Elmore, Sam Keeley, Daniel Ings, Kate Dickie, Henry Lloyd Hughes, Kate Phillips, Ben Batt, Sylvestra Le Touzel, Harry Michell and Anthony Andre.

Also in trailers – Michiel Huisman stars in trailer for ‘The Other Lamb

The show will launch on Netflix March 20th

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Trailer for Julian Fellowes Netflix series ‘The English Game’

Trailer for Julian Fellowes Netflix series ‘The English Game’
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The trailer for Julian Fellowes’ upcoming Netflix series, The English Game, which is set for release on the streaming platform later this month, has been released online.

The six-part drama charts the origins of football and how those involved in its creation reached across the class divide to establish the game as the world’s most popular sport. The series is written and executive produced by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes and produced by 42.

The series will star Edward Holcroft (Kingsman: The Golden Circle), Kevin Guthrie, Charlotte Hope, Craig Parkinson, James Harkness, Niamh Walsh, Gerard Kearns, Joncie Elmore, Sam Keeley (Anthropoid), Daniel Ings, Kate Dickie, Henry Lloyd Hughes, Kate Phillips, Ben Batt, Sylvestra Le Touzel, Harry Michell and Anthony Andrews (The King’s Speech).

The English Game lands on 20th March. Here’s the trailer.

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Review: Three Christs is a Fascinating Exploration of the Mysteries of the Human Mind

According to Healthline, a delusion of grandeur is “a person’s belief that they are someone other than who they are, such as a supernatural figure or a celebrity. A delusion of grandeur may also be a belief that they have special abilities, possessions, or powers.” There are different types of delusions, including religious, where one can believe that they are a religious figure. From the director of Fried Green Tomatoes comes a story that discusses such a false belief.

Delusions of grandeur have been explored in films before. The most recent film that comes to mind is Glass, where Sarah Paulson’s psychiatrist specializes in such delusions and tries to convince her patients that they only believe they are superhuman and hold no powers. But unlike Glass, Jon Avnet’s latest film, Three Christs, is a spiritual tale of God versus nature and God versus science, as a doctor
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Amazon Awards Season Contender ‘Les Miserables’ Debuts, Inspirational Bollywood Pic ‘Chhapaak’ Opens – Specialty B.O. Preview

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Amazon Awards Season Contender ‘Les Miserables’ Debuts, Inspirational Bollywood Pic ‘Chhapaak’ Opens – Specialty B.O. Preview
Amazon is set to open Les Misérables in limited release this week, but if you’re expecting a musical based on the Victor Hugo novel, you’ll have to look elsewhere. Directed by Ladj Ly, the film only shares a name with the popular Broadway musical. The drama tackles the issue of police brutality in France, showing that this is a super relevant issue not only in the United State but all over the world.

Based on Ly’s 2017 short film, Les Misérables is inspired by the riots that occurred in the suburbs of Paris in 2005. The story hits close to home for Ly as these riots had a long-lasting effect on his neighborhood, Montfermeil. The film follows Stephane (Damien Bonnard) who joins an anti-crime squad in Montfermeil after relocating. As he works with Chris (Alexis Manenti) and Gwada (Djebril Zonga), Stephane struggles with defusing the tense relationships between the resident gangs.
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Richard Gere Gets A Juicy Role To Dive Into With “Three Christs”

Whenever you find out that a movie hitting theaters is one that played film festivals almost three years ago, it’s hard not to go in expecting a bust. After all, if the flick was so good, why didn’t it come out in 2017, or even 2018? Why the delay? Well, for whatever reason, Three Christs is only getting released this week, after a 2017 debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. In an interesting twist, however, this is a well acted and compelling drama. Sure, it’s a modest independent work, but with a top tier cast and an intriguing experiment at its core, it makes very little sense that the delay has been so long. The film is a drama, centered on a very unique medical experiment in the late 1950s. Specifically, things begin in 1959 at the Ypsilanti State Hospital in Michigan. There, Dr. Alan Stone (Gere) arrives, soon to
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‘Three Christs’ Film Review: Richard Gere Treats a Trio of Would-Be Jesuses in Simplistic Drama

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‘Three Christs’ Film Review: Richard Gere Treats a Trio of Would-Be Jesuses in Simplistic Drama
There’s a moment in Jon Avnet’s “Three Christs” when the movie’s central psychiatrist Dr. Stone (Richard Gere) suffers a Freudian slip so on-the-nose, you could tell it would happen before he says it: In defending his unorthodox treatment of three men who referred to themselves as Jesus Christ, Dr. Stone accidentally refers to four men, not three, to his supervisors.

This prompts some awkward discussion, but the purpose of the scene is clear: The good doctor also suffers from some godlike illusions of grandeur himself.

However great Gere or his co-stars are, none of them can soothe all that ails “Three Christs,” a milquetoast January release. The movie has that one terribly obvious moment of clarity, but the rest of it seems to stand by Dr. Stone’s crusade unquestionably. Only he recognizes the cruelty of mental institutions in 1959. Only he knows what he’s doing, and
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Three Christs Review: Peter Dinklage, Bradley Whitford & Walton Goggins Believe They Are Jesus

Two decades after publishing his study The Three Christs of Ypsilanti, Milton Rokeach came to the realization that his methods were both manipulative and unethical. He included an afterword in a re-release of the book to that effect—something surely helped by the supposed fact his research assistants questioned his morality while it was still being conducted. Rokeach’s goal was to cure three patients who independently believed themselves the one-and-only reincarnation of Jesus by placing them together in a controlled environment to confront the absurdity of their claims. Because there was precedent where reason snapping at least one of them out from their schizophrenic delusions was concerned, he pushed forward by any means necessary. He lied to influence their actions and thus played God to prove they weren’t.

It’s a fascinating real-life ordeal that begs someone to delve deeper into the motivations not only of the three men,
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Movie Review – Three Christs (2020)

Three Christs, 2020. Directed by Jon Avnet. Starring Walton Goggins, Peter Dinklage, Richard Gere, Julianna Margulies, Bradley Whitford, Charlotte Hope, Christina Scherer, Jane Alexander, Kathryn Leigh Scott, and Julian Acosta. Synopsis: Three Christs follows Dr. Alan Stone who is treating three paranoid schizophrenic patients at the Ypsilanti State Hospital in Michigan, each of whom believed […]

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First Trailer for 'Three Christs' Starring Richard Gere & Peter Dinklage

"You decide if the games outweigh the obvious risks." IFC Films has debuted an official trailer for an indie drama titled Three Christs, based on a true story from the late 1950s. This film originally premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2017, but has been awaiting release ever since - finally opening in January for those still interested. Three Christs tells the story of an experiment that first began in 1959 at Michigan's Ypsilanti State Hospital, where Dr. Alan Stone treated three paranoid schizophrenic patients who each believe they are Jesus Christ. Dr. Stone pioneers a simple, yet revolutionary treatment: instead of submitting each of the patients to electroshock, he puts them in a room together to confront their delusions. What transpires is a darkly comic, intensely dramatic story about the nature of identity and the power of empathy. This stars Richard Gere, Peter Dinklage, Walton Goggins, Bradley Whitford, Charlotte Hope,
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Three Christs Trailer: Richard Gere and Peter Dinklage Grapple with a Jesus Complex

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IFC Films has released a new trailer for their upcoming movie Three Christs. The movie is based on a true story about three schizophrenic men who believed they were all Jesus Christ. In 1959, Dr. Milton Rokeach (the name has been changed in the movie) decided it was time to make some new discoveries in the world of schizophrenia and thought of a very unorthodox way of doing so. Now, IFC Films is finally preparing to release their movie based on that story after it premiered in 2017.

In 1959, psychiatrist Dr. Alan Stone (Richard Gere) arrives at a mental hospital in Ypsilanti, Michigan armed with the radical belief that schizophrenic patients should be treated not with confinement and electroshock therapy but with empathy and understanding. As his first study, he takes on the particularly challenging case of three men-Joseph (Peter Dinklage), Leon (Walton Goggins), and Clyde (Bradley Whitford)-each of whom believes they are Jesus Christ.
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IFC Films Picks Up Richard Gere & Peter Dinklage Movie ‘Three Christs’

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IFC Films Picks Up Richard Gere & Peter Dinklage Movie ‘Three Christs’
Exclusive: IFC Films has bought U.S. rights on Jon Avnet’s Three Christs, which stars Richard Gere and Peter Dinklage, and is planning a theatrical release in January 2020.

Co-written by Eric Nazarian and Jon Avnet, the movie is based on Milton Rokeach’s ground breaking and controversial experiment chronicled in his book The Three Christs Of Ypsilanti. Walton Goggins, Bradley Whitford, Julianna Margulies and Charlotte Hope round out the cast.

Set in 1959, the story follows psychiatrist Dr. Alan Stone (Gere), whose paranoid schizophrenic patient (Dinklage) believes he is Jesus Christ. Unwilling to use electroshock therapy, Dr. Stone instead begins a risky, unprecedented experiment by transferring his patient to live together with two other paranoid schizophrenics who also believe they are Jesus.

Producers were Daniel Levin, Molly Hassel, Jon Avnet and Dr. Aaron Stern. The movie first played at Toronto back in 2017.

Three Christs was financed by Narrative Capital’s media fund.
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TV News Roundup: ‘The Spanish Princess’ Sets New and Returning Cast

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In today’s TV news roundup, Starz announces new and returning cast members for “The Spanish Princess” and Bravo sets the Season 12 premiere date for “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

Casting

Hulu has announced AnnaSophia Robb will play the younger version of Reese Witherspoon’s character Elena Richardson and Tiffany Boone will play the younger version of Kerry Washington’s character Mia Warren in a special flashback episode of “Little Fires Everywhere.” Additionally, Hulu announced the guest cast of this episode will also include Luke Bracey as Elena’s college boyfriend Jamie; Andy Favreau as Young Mark, a close friend of the Richardsons; Matthew Barnes as Young Bill, a Shaker Heights attorney who hails from modest means; and Alona Tal as Young Linda, Elena’s best friend.

Starz announced the cast of the second installment of limited series “The Spanish Princess.” Returning performers include Charlotte Hope as Catherine of Aragaon, Ruairi O’Connor as Henry VIII,
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‘The Spanish Princess’: Ray Stevenson, Sai Bennett, Andrew Buchan & Peter Egan Join Cast For Final Episodes

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‘The Spanish Princess’: Ray Stevenson, Sai Bennett, Andrew Buchan & Peter Egan Join Cast For Final Episodes
Ray Stevenson, Sai Bennett, Andrew Buchan and Peter Egan have joined the cast of Starz’s The Spanish Princess, as production begins on the final eight episodes of the limited series. Shooting takes place on location and in The Bottle Yard Studios, Bristol, UK.

They join returning leads Charlotte Hope and Ruairi O’Connor reprising their roles as the ruling couple Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII. Other key cast also returning are Stephanie Levi-John, Georgie Henley and Laura Carmichael.

Stevenson will play Meg’s boorish husband, King James IV of Scotland. Bennett portrays Henry and Meg’s sister Princess Mary, now of age to forge a political alliance for the Tudors through her own marriage. Buchan joins as the upwardly mobile Sir Thomas More and Egan will play Tudor stalwart General Howard.
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Charlotte Hope (‘The Spanish Princess’) on playing ‘not your typical princess’ [Complete Interview Transcript]

Charlotte Hope (‘The Spanish Princess’) on playing ‘not your typical princess’ [Complete Interview Transcript]
Charlotte Hope had her first series regular role as Catherine of Aragon in the Starz limited series “The Spanish Princess.” The actress is previously known for such films as “Allied,” “The Theory of Everything” and “Les Miserables.”

Hope recently spoke with Gold Derby contributing editor Rob Licuria about taking on such a big historical figure, working with so many women on “The Spanish Princess” and how she relates to Catherine. Watch the exclusive web chat and read the complete interview transcript below.

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Gold Derby: Charlotte, Catherine of Aragon is a seminal figure in European history. Were you at all apprehensive or nervous about playing her?

Charlotte Hope: It wasn’t apprehensive, I think mainly because I was so freaking excited. When you’re filming a TV show like that there’s not time to be afraid ‘cause it was so fast.
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Watch video chats with Starz Emmy contenders ‘Outlander,’ ‘Vida,’ ‘The Spanish Princess’ and more

Starz treated Emmy voters to an all-day Fyc event at the Century City Mall in Los Angeles on June 2, featuring panel discussions for their top contenders. The casts and crews of “American Gods,” “America to Me,” “Now Apocalypse,” “Outlander,” “Power,” “The Spanish Princess” and “Vida” took audience members behind the scenes to discuss their work. Following the talks, which were hosted by Page Six TV’s Bevy Smith and Elizabeth Wagmeister, attendees toured interactive displays from those shows in the shopping center’s open-air plaza. Click on the titles below to be see videos of their full Q&a discussions.

See ‘Outlander’ Emmy submissions: Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Sophie Skelton and more vie for nominations

American Gods”: Stars Ricky Whittle, Yetide Badaki, Mousa Kraish and Omid Abtahi; director Salli Richardson-Whitfield; and writer-producer Rodney Barnes discuss this fantasy series about mythical gods and modern deities who walk amongst humans.

America to Me
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Exclusive: Charlotte Hope, Laura Carmichael and more on why The Spanish Princess is as relevant as ever

To celebrate the release of the first season of Starz’s hit new show The Spanish Princess, which is airing now, we sat down with some of its cast to find out about the show and why it will be your next big binge.

The show returns viewers to the world of Tudor royal court intrigue, continuing the story from the Starz miniseries “The White Queen” and the Starz limited series “The White Princess.” It’s told uniquely from the perspective of the women, but it also sheds light on the lives of people of color who were living and working in 16th-century London. Teenage Catherine of Aragon (Charlotte Hope), the strong-willed Princess of Spain, is promised in marriage to the English Prince Arthur. When he dies suddenly, the throne seems lost until she sets her sights on the new heir, the charismatic and headstrong Prince Harry.

We sat down with stars Charlotte Hope,
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The Spanish Princess

Network: Starz.

Episodes: 16 (hour).

Seasons: Two.

TV show dates: May 5, 2019 — present.

Series status: Ending.

Performers include: Charlotte Hope, Stephanie Levi-John, Angus Imrie, Harriet Walter, Laura Carmichael, Ruairi O’Connor, Georgie Henley, Elliot Cowan, Alexandra Moen, Philip Cumbus, Nadia Parkes, Aaron Cobham, Alan McKenna, Richard Pepper, Olly Rix, Jordan Renzo, Daniel Cerqueira, and Alicia Borrachero.

TV show description:

From Emma Frost and Matthew Graham, The Spanish Princess TV show is a historical drama which unfolds in the 16th century. The series is based on the novels The Constant Princess and The King's Curse by Philippa Gregory and centers on Catherine of Aragon (Hope), the first wife of England's King Henry VIII (O'Connor). It is a sequel of sorts to The White
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The Spanish Princess: Is the Starz TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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What has become of Catherine of Aragon? Is The Spanish Princess TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Spanish Princess, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

A Starz historical drama from Emma Frost and Matthew Graham, The Spanish Princess stars Charlotte Hope, Stephanie Levi-John, Angus Imrie, Harriet Walter, Laura Carmichael, Ruairi O’Connor, Georgie Henley, Elliot Cowan, Alexandra Moen, Philip Cumbus, Nadia Parkes, Aaron Cobham, Alan McKenna, Richard Pepper, Olly Rix, Jordan Renzo, Daniel Cerqueira, and Alicia Borrachero.

Based on The Constant Princess and The King’s Curse by Philippa Gregory, the series centers on Catherine of
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