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date (day) time network episode title
10/19/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#110) The Final Battle
10/12/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#109) The Princess in the Tower
10/5/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#108) Long Live the King
9/28/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#107) Poison and Malmsey Wine
9/21/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#106) Love and Death
9/14/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#105) War at First Hand
9/7/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#104) The Bad Queen
8/24/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#103) The Storm
8/17/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#102) The Price of Power
8/10/13 (Sa.)10:00 PMSTARZ(#101) In Love With The King (R)
8/10/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMSTARZ(#101) In Love With The King (R)
8/10/13 (Sa.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#101) In Love With The King (R)
8/9/13 (Fr.)10:00 PMSTARZ(#101) In Love With The King

8/9/13 - 10/19/13
canceled/ended (2013-2014 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (10 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
limited series
(from Starz's press release, July 2013) STARZ is excited to announce that an advance screening of the highly anticipated period drama "The White Queen" will air on Friday, August 9th at 10pm ET/PT following the season two finale of 1959 mob drama "Magic City" at 9pm. Starz is also excited to share a new trailer for the 10-episode limited series. "The White Queen," adapted from Philippa Gregory's best-selling novels based on England's War of the Roses (also known as The Cousins' War) will officially premiere on STARZ in the U.S. on Saturday, August 10th at 8pm ET/PT; all following episodes will air Saturdays at 9pm ET/PT. "The White Queen" novels and series are told from the perspective of the three fiercely determined women who laid claim to the English throne: Elizabeth Woodville (The White Queen), Margaret Beaufort (The Red Queen) and Anne Neville (The Kingmaker's Daughter). While the men fought and killed on the battlefield in their quest for power, these three women used whatever means possible to wage war on their enemies who stood in their way and threatened their claim. In the STARZ original drama, the year is 1464, before the Tudor dynasty ruled England, and war has been ravaging throughout the country over who is the rightful king. It is a blood feud between two sides of the same family; The House of York and The House of Lancaster. The House of York's young heir Edward IV is crowned King of England with the help of his mentor and advisor, the master manipulator Lord Warwick, known at court as "The Kingmaker." When Edward falls in love with a beautiful Lancastrian commoner, Elizabeth Woodville, Warwick's plan to control the throne comes crashing down. A violent, high-stakes struggle for the crown ensues between Elizabeth, her fiercest adversary, Lancastrian Margaret Beaufort and Anne Neville, a pawn in her father's power game.
· Amanda Hale as Lady Margaret Beaufort
· Andrew Gower as Lord Strange
· Aneurin Barnard as Richard III of England
· Arthur Darvill as Henry Stafford
· Ashley Charles as Thomas Grey
· Ben Lamb as Anthony Woodville
· Caroline Goodall as Cecily Neville
· David Oakes as George
· Dean-Charles Chapman as Richard Grey
· Eleanor Tomlinson as Lady Isabel Neville
· Emily Berrington as Jane Shore
· Eve Ponsonby as Mary Woodville
· Faye Marsay as Lady Anne Neville
· Frances Tomelty as Lady Beauchamp
· Freya Mavor as Elizabeth of York
· James Frain as Richard Neville
· Janet McTeer as Jacquetta
· Juliet Aubrey as Lady Anne Beauchamp
· Leo Bill as Sir Reginald Bray
· Lizzy McInnerny as Lady Sutcliffe
· Max Irons as Edward IV of England
· Michael Jenn as Dr. Lewis
· Michael Maloney as Sir Henry Stafford
· Michael Marcus as Henry Tudor
· Rebecca Ferguson as Elizabeth Woodville
· Robert Pugh as Baron Rivers
· Rupert Graves as Lord Stanley
· Rupert Young as Sir William Herbert
· Shaun Dooley as Sir Robert Brackenbury
· Tom McKay as Jasper Tudor
· Veerle Baetens as Margaret of Anjou
· Charles Pattinson as EP
· Colin Callender as EP
· Emma Frost as CRTR
· Eurydice Gysel as EP
· George Faber as EP
· James Kent as DIR (Pilot)
· Jan Vrints as EP
· John Griffin as EP
· Philippa Gregory as BOOK/EP
· Polly Hill as EP
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