The Hollow Crown has concluded its run on PBS’s Great Performances with Henry V, starring Tom Hiddleston. If you missed this final episode, you can watch it below, thanks to PBS. Did you watch this series? What did you think? I haven’t had a chance to watch this last episode yet, but I’ve been extremely impressed with the series in general.
The Hollow Crown concludes its run on PBS’s Great Performances tomorrow with Henry V, which of course includes the famous St. Crispin’s Day speech (whence the phrase “band of brothers,” among others). Want to see Tom Hiddleston give that speech? Of course you do.
The Hollow Crown continued on PBS’s Great Performances series this past Friday with Henry IV Part 2, starring Jeremy Irons and Tom Hiddleston. Did you miss the airing? No problem. You can watch the whole thing right here.
The Hollow Crown continued on PBS’s Great Performances this weekend with Henry IV Part 1, and while Tom Hiddleston and Jeremy Irons were just as wonderful as you’d expect, a particular highlight for me was Michelle Dockery as Lady Percy. She really does the best eye-rolling of anyone in the business. Miss the episode? Thanks to PBS, you can watch the whole thing below:
The Hollow Crown premiered on PBS on Friday night with Richard II, and honestly, it was even better than I’d expected, and I expected it to be good. Ben Whishaw was completely mesmerizing as Richard – he plays insane so very, very well. The cast had a surfeit of talent – Patrick Stewart, David Morrissey, James Purefoy, David Suchet, Rory Kinnear, Clemence Poesy, Tom Hughes, Lindsay Duncan, and more – and they all pulled this off beautifully. Shakespearean language on screen can sometimes seem artificial or stilted, but this absolutely did not; it was natural and full of meaning and emotion.
If you missed it, you can watch the whole episode right here:
The series continues this Friday with Henry IV, Part I.