The Tudors - S04E01 - Moment of Nostalgia(Aired: 22 Dec. 2010) Henry is proud of Catherine, his beautiful, vivacious seventeen year old wife, who buys silence from an old friend by making her a member of the court.
The Tudors - S04E02 - Sister(Aired: 22 Dec. 2010) Joan Bulmer confides the Queen's sexual history to Lady Rochford who tells it to Culpepper and arranges for him to have a liaison with the neglected Catherine.
The Tudors - S04E03 - Something for You(Aired: 27 Dec. 2010) While Henry prepares for a politically important trip to meet the defeated Northern rebels, Queen Catherine carries on her passionate affair with Culpepper.
The Tudors - S04E04 - Natural Ally(Aired: 27 Dec. 2010) Catherine's buys the silence of an indiscreet former lover with a position in her chamber as her affair with Culpepper becomes more tempestuous.
The Tudors - S04E05 - Bottom of the Pot(High MP4)(Aired: 29 Dec. 2010) After receiving a letter from an anonymous source the King decides to investigate the accusation that two other men knew Catherine 'carnally' while she was under the service of the Dowager Duchess, and he confines his Queen to her apartments with only Lady Rochford. The investigations uncovers many lies and many truths, which results in the execution of one of Catherine Howard's former lovers Francis Dereham, her current lover Thomas Culpepper, Lady Jane Rochford and Herself.
The Tudors - S04E08 - As It Should Be(Aired: 3 Jan. 2011) Although Henry does take Boulogne, his troops are decimated by dysentery while back in England the Queen arranges to give Edward a tutor with Lutheran beliefs.
The Tudors - S04E10 - Death of a Monarchy(Aired: 5 Jan. 2011) As Henry's health deteriorates, he grows introspective as various factions in the court try to position themselves for the seemingly inevitable succession.