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Henry IX

Henry IX is British Comedy TV series. Stars: Ben Ashenden, Gina Bellman, Annette Crosbie. It debuted on Apr 05, 2017, on Gold. The series has 6.8 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the Golden Rose.


How Many Seasons In Henry IX: 1 (3 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on April 5, 2017

Gold, 3 episodes

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Henry IX TV Show Schedule

Henry IX is on Gold (United Kingdom) Wednesdays at 9 pm

Last episode:

S1E3 (Clearing the Air) - Air Date: Apr 19, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Henry IX reigns at the Rose d'Or : News 2017 - Chortle - via Chortle

As previously announced,  James Corden won the  inaugural Entertainer of the Year award. Speaking from Los Angeles, he said he was ‘truly honoured, adding: ‘It truly means the world to me…. The truth is, I am only a small part of entertaining so I accept this on behalf of all of our crew.’

The man who would be king: Downton Abbey actor Charles Edwards reveals new royal comedy Henry IX - RadioTimes - via Radiotimes

Christopher Stevens reviews Henry IX and Me and My Dog - Daily Mail - via Dailymail

The ill-fated life of Henry IX, the king that Britain never had - Country Life - via Countrylife

Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais interview - Henry IX - British Comedy Guide - via Comedy

Henry IX on Gold: 5 reasons to watch - via Tv

Henry IX, played by Charles Edwards (Downton Abbey, Diana), is facing a midlife crisis. With a loveless marriage to a Scandinavian ice queen (played by Sally Phillips) he is tired of a life full of duty and responsibility. And when his wife hires a young PR consultant to liven up his public image – everything changes. 

Likely Lads and Porridge creators write new sitcom, Henry IX, for UKTV | News | TV News - What's On TV - via Whatsontv

Henry IX and Fleabag win prestigious Rose d'Or awards - British Comedy Guide - via Comedy

Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais: Legendary creators of Porridge and The Likely Lads on their new sitcom Henry IX - The Independent - via Independent


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