Elizabeth Báthory was a 16th century Hungarian noblewoman notorious for being the most prolific female killer. But her true story may not be what you think.
Boudica, Queen of the Iceni, was an aristocrat turned freedom fighter who led an army of the oppressed to set fire to their oppressors.
Mary Tudor was very briefly Queen of France and then she tricked her brother Henry VIII to let her marry for love, and her life was pretty much non-stop amazing.
Who was King Henry V and why does Timothée Chalamet have that haircut in The King? What is his connection to the Tudor dynasty? All your questions answered!
A deep dive into the complex, strained, and BONKERS collision course between Mary Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth I.
Lady Anne Stanley was a possible heir to Elizabeth I until her father's murder and her own disastrous (like DISASTROUS) marriage put her out of the running for good.
Lady Mary Grey was the youngest sister of Lady Jane Grey. She was also a dwarf, had one of the greatest love stories ever told, and continued to thrive even after being sent to jail.
Anne of Denmark helped usher in some of England's best drama, both in the theatrical sense, and in the "screaming in the palace at your useless husband" sense
How a farmer's daughter from Derbyshire become a power player in the cutthroat Tudor court and the wealthiest woman in England.
Lady Margaret Douglas was a ruthless survivor whose ambition and cleverness changed the course of English monarchy forever.