Critic Consensus: The Spanish Princess blends soapy melodrama with beautifully rendered historical set-pieces to paint a rounder -- if still not fully realized -- portrait of an often overlooked queen.
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as Margaret Beaufort
as Margaret 'Maggie' Pole
as King Henry
as Richard Pole
as Prince Arthur
as Margaret 'Meg' Tudor
as King James IV of Scotland
as Princess Mary
as Sir Thomas More
as General Howard
News & Interviews for The Spanish Princess: Season 1
The Spanish Princess lacks a strong protagonist and manipulates historical facts in favor of an outlandish plot. [Full Review in Spanish]
It was a pleasure, despite all the wild inaccuracies, to see a period drama that took the time and attention to develop its Black female lead-that she was treated with respect, dignity, and grace by the writers.
This sexy, spellbinding follow-up to The White Queen and The White Princess finally gives the charismatic and cunning Catherine her due and provides some much-needed royal herstory.
The mark of a good historical drama is whether it has anything relevant to say to modern viewers, and this sensitive series has relevance in spades.
Arthur and Catherine wanted to bring Camelot back to England, and while we know historically that Catherine won't be able to achieve that halcyon desire in the Tudor court, The Spanish Princess wonderfully makes us want to follow her wherever she leads.
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