Becoming Elizabeth | 'You’re a Bastard' Ep. 1 Clip | STARZ

Jane did not exactly make the best first impression, did she? Watch Becoming Elizabeth now available on STARZ.

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Becoming Elizabeth centers on young Elizabeth Tudor (Alicia von Rittberg), an orphaned teenager who becomes embroiled in the political and sexual politics of the English court on her journey to secure the crown. The death of King Henry VIII sets into motion a dangerous scramble for power. His surviving children find themselves pawns in a game between the great families of England and the powers of Europe who vie for control of the country.

17 replies
  1. allshookup1640
    allshookup1640 says:

    Really Jane would never have spoken this way of course, but regardless Elizabeth may have been declared a bastard by some but this version of Jane Grey is the one who is acting like one.

  2. Jess K
    Jess K says:

    why make Lady Jane the villain or bully? she never wanted to be queen, it was forced onto her by her family, lord Northumberland and Edward himself. Mary herself didn't executed her at first but because of her father using her as image of his revolt she felt herself forced to do so. If people just researched history properly

  3. Pamela Judith Rwanyarare
    Pamela Judith Rwanyarare says:

    This is historically inaccurate. Lady Jane Grey did not approach Elizabeth nor did she ever refer to her as illegitimate. Jane Grey was forced into the throne by her parents and the Duke of Northumberland (her future father in-law). The Duke in particular was ambitious for his son to be king and in fact Jane refused and made him a Duke. This girl was only 14 and was physically beaten to take the crown in fact she does tell her mother the crown is not mine. I am surprised historians have not come out to correct this.


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