On February 4 the series is headed onto Blu-ray and DVD, courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. To celebrate the big release, we’re giving away one Blu-ray copy of The White Queen, along with a softcover copy of The White Queen book.
The White Queen, which aired on BBC One in the U.K. and Starz in the U.S., is gearing up for a Blu-ray and DVD release next month, and Anchor Bay Entertainment has graciously extended us an exclusive Blu-ray clip that takes us on location with the series.
Fans of corsets and court intrigue should be pleased to learn that the BBC One drama that aired on Starz in the U.S., The White Queen, will be available for purchase in just a few months. In an early announcement, Anchor Bay Home Entertainment is stating that The White Queen will be available on Blu-ray and DVD beginning on February 4.
When the White Queen made its U.K. premiere, reviews were aggressive, with complaints about zippers and stairwells running rife throughout the period drama’s European run. These concerns seemed to be less of a problem when U.S. audiences first engaged with the program via Starz, but even if the lack of stays and corsets doesn’t bother you, the inconsistency of The White Queen might.
Those lamenting the end of Game of Thrones' third season, you may have a replacement: Starz's upcoming drama The White Queen. With a new poster just arriving online, a new featurette has arrived that offers more insight into the important characters featured in the period drama.
The BBC One/Starz period drama has already made its debut in the U.K., but those of us on this side of the pond won't see The White Queen until it debuts on Starz in August. We're still in the promotional stage of the series' existence, which is why we're looking at the new official key art for the drama, which is adapted from Philippa Gregory's best-selling novels, based on England's War of the Roses. The story focuses on the three women who laid claim to the throne.
It's always worth noting when a series presents a female character with strength and authority, which is one of the things that stands out in the trailer for Starz's upcoming new limited series drama The White Queen. In the absence of Spartacus - a drama that featured a number of strong female characters - it's great to see another series showcasing a female who doesn't appear to be a damsel in distress, though there's plenty of drama glimpsed in this first official trailer for The White Queen.
The summer TV season has begun, as most of the Midseason series have wrapped up and we're starting to see the networks roll out their summer offerings. Once upon a time, summer was the down season for TV, but in this day and age, cable and network television offer a nice variety of scripted and unscripted programming to fill the gap between spring and fall.
Starz’s newest drama will be positively medieval. The subscription cable network has picked up The White Queen, a story following England’s War of the Roses that was initially penned in book form by The Other Boleyn Girl author Philippa Gregory. Former HBO films head Colin Callender has been brought in to helm the upcoming show, which will follow a story of “lust,” “love”, and “betrayal