“Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 Episode 4 – Release Date, Time, Where To Watch, Synopsis and more”
During the recent platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, a new historical drama about the first Queen Elizabeth debuted on television. A new TV show called Becoming Elizabeth will recreate Elizabeth I’s adolescent years before she assumed the throne in 2022.
Although most content chronicles her reign, Queen Elizabeth I has been the subject of numerous TV episodes and films, including Elizabeth, Elizabeth: The Golden Age with Cate Blanchett, and Elizabeth I with Helen Mirren.
Becoming Elizabeth’s executive producer and writer is Anya Reiss, who has worked as a writer on EastEnders and the UK TV series Ackley Bridge.
Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 Episode 4: Release date
On Sunday, July 3, Becoming Elizabeth’s fourth episode, the most recent, will show.
The most recent episode is broadcast on the Starz cable channel and is also accessible on the Starz app for US viewers at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Becoming Elizabeth will be accessible on Starzplay in the UK, with new episodes dropping every Sunday.
Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 Episode 4: Synopsis
The plot summary for Becoming Elizabeth’s fourth episode, “Lighten Our Darkness,” is as follows:
Elizabeth is now alone, surrounded by strangers, and scared that someone would find out the truth about what happened in Chelsea as a result of the party
Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 Episode 4: Clip
Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 Episode 3: Recap
As we previously noted, Becoming Elizabeth depicts Elizabeth I’s early years and all the events that would shape her into the monarch she would become, in contrast to many prior efforts about her that focused on her reign as queen. The official Starz summary is as follows:
The interesting account of the early years of England’s most famous monarch is found in Becoming Elizabeth. Young Elizabeth Tudor was an orphaned girl who became involved in the political and sexual politics of the English court even before she was crowned a monarch. The passing of King Henry the VIII starts a perilous struggle for control because there is no obvious heir. His surviving offspring are used as players in a game between powerful European families and the great families of England compete to rule the nation.
“While the men around her try to assert their dominance over her, Elizabeth tries to take charge of her own destiny and gain true power. Her fascinating and true ascent to the throne is riddled with plotting, treachery, and illicit liaisons that threaten to bring about her downfall at a time when every member of the court is riding the wheel of fortune and could find themselves on the executioner’s block the next.”