Period drama fans rejoice. Your Sunday evenings are about to be filled with passion, politics and period dresses once more.
The White Queen, a glossy adaptation of Phillipa Gregory’s bestselling novel, is coming to a telly screen near you this weekend. The series follows three women caught up in the battle for the throne during the War of the Roses – and promises to be a very enjoyable way to spend a Sunday evening.
But what’s your verdict? Was it a fair adaptation of the novel? Perhaps pleasingly more uplifting than The Village? Less soapy than Downton Abbey? More racy than The Paradise?
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