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S01E03 - The Young Queen Air Date: 02 March -

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Queen Elizabeth II inherits the throne and faces scandals and rumors involving her sister, her marriage, and even her way of leading. The Queen must forge her own path, walking a tightrope between old tradition and those, like her husband, who want to modernize the monarchy.

S01E04 - Love or Duty? Air Date: 09 March -

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Prince Charles, next in line to succeed his mother, Queen Elizabeth, is under great pressure to find a wife and produce an heir for the Windsor dynasty. He meets and marries Lady Diana in a grand public wedding, but privately the couple faces serious issues.

S01E05 - The Princess, The Prince and the Press Air Date: 07 September -

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Prince Charles and Princess Diana become superstars on the world's stage as their family grows. But, the marriage between the Prince and Princess of Wales starts to fall apart, leading to divorce, and the queen begins to face the greatest challenges of her long reign. In , the world mourns alongside the royal family after Diana is tragically killed in a car crash. 

S01E06 - A New Generation Air Date: 07 September -

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The six-part series concludes with a look at the lives of Prince William, Prince Harry, and the future of the crown. With the history-making marriages of Prince William to Kate Middleton and Prince Harry to Meghan Markle, a new generation reenergizes the royal brand, modernizing the Royal Family with more down-to-earth, accessible styles. They extend the Windsor dynasty with families of their own. But, in the modern media age, the pressures of being a royal are more intense than ever. 

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'The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty': What to expect

Over those decades, the members of the Windsor dynasty have celebrated weddings and births as they navigated scandals, family rifts and heartbreaking tragedy -- all in full view of a watchful public.
Now, with rare archival footage and insider interviews, CNN Original Series "The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty" tells the true story behind the fairy tale.
All six episodes are available on demand via CNNgo and CNN mobile apps.

How much history will this cover?

The six-part series digs deep into the royal family's past as it follows the dynasty all the way into the present.
If you're just catching up, here's what you'll find on demand:
The new king and his American mistress
The new king and his American mistress
The first installment of "The Windsors" begins with the death of Queen Elizabeth II's grandfather, King George V. The Queen's uncle, King Edward VIII, is next in line -- and he must choose between the throne and marrying American socialite Wallis Simpson.
Part 2: 'The Reluctant King'
King George VI: Before he was king
King George VI: Before he was king
In the second episode, George VI is crowned King. With this new title comes the responsibility of rebuilding the prestige of the monarchy after the scandal caused by his brother King Edward VIII.
Part 3: 'The Young Queen'
See footage from Queen Elizabeth II's coronation
See footage from Queen Elizabeth II's coronation
After the death of her father King George VI, a year-old Princess Elizabeth becomes Queen. She faces scandals and rumors from the start involving her sister, Princess Margaret, as well as her own marriage to Prince Philip.
The moment Prince Charles and Princess Diana wed
The moment Prince Charles and Princess Diana wed
In episode four, Prince Charles is under pressure to find a wife and start a family as next in line to rule the Windsor dynasty. He meets Lady Diana and marries her in a grand public wedding, but privately the couple face serious issues.
Part 5: 'The Princess, The Prince and The Press'
The Princess Diana photo that broke hearts
The Princess Diana photo that broke hearts
In the fifth installment of the series, the marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Diana starts to fall apart as the Queen faces the greatest challenges of her reign.
Part 6: 'A New Generation'
How the 'fab four' renovated the royal brand
How the 'fab four' renovated the royal brand
The series concludes with a look at the lives of Prince William, Prince Harry and the future of the crown.
Descendants of key figures -- like India Hicks, the granddaughter of Lord Louis Mountbatten, and Sir Nicholas Soames, the grandson of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill -- give personal insight into the royal family's story alongside expert commentators such as Kate Williams, Sally Bedell Smith, Piers Brendon, Jane Ridley, Wesley Kerr and Anne Sebba.

Anything else I should know?

That voice you hear narrating the series? It belongs to the one and only Rosamund Pike.
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The Windsors

The Windsors
The all-too-public trials and tribulations of England's royal family are reimagined as an over-the-top comedic soap opera.
Starring:Harry Enfield, Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner
Creators:George Jeffrie, Bert Tyler-Moore
Watch Episode 1. Episode 1 of Season 1.

Camilla worries that William and Kate are getting too popular. William goes undercover as a café worker. Pippa implements a plan.

Watch Episode 2. Episode 2 of Season 1.

Prince Philip pens an angry letter. Kate comes down with an illness. Harry crosses paths with Edward. Beatrice and Eugenie debut new looks.

Watch Episode 3. Episode 3 of Season 1.

William grows disillusioned with his duties. Beatrice and Eugenie scheme to get their parents back together. A stranger claims to be Charles's son.

Watch Episode 4. Episode 4 of Season 1.

William gets an unexpected pep talk, Pippa hits Harry with a shocking bit of news, and Camilla comes up with an alternative plan.

Watch Episode 5. Episode 5 of Season 1.

William's call for a referendum on whether to abolish the monarchy sets off a high-stakes debate with Charles. Harry makes a big decision.

Watch Episode 6. Episode 6 of Season 1.

William and Kate return home to find the formerly posh royals locked in an austere battle for survival akin to "The Hunger Games."

Watch Christmas Special. Episode 1 of Season 2.

As the royal family gathers for a rather creepy Christmas Eve, Camilla hopes to receive the only gift she truly wants: sweet, sweet vengeance.

Watch Episode 1. Episode 2 of Season 2.

As Harry introduces Meghan Markle to the family, Charles resents being pressured to take orders from Prime Minister Theresa May.

Watch Episode 2. Episode 3 of Season 2.

William learns he never completed his helicopter training. Camilla searches for a way to boost her popularity. Harry buys a nightclub.

Watch Episode 3. Episode 4 of Season 2.

Beatrice and Eugenie land new jobs. Upset about losing his club, Harry challenges Johnny to a duel. William makes a shocking discovery.

Watch Episode 4. Episode 5 of Season 2.

William and Kate take a holiday to Poundbury, where things are not what they seem. Harry seeks business advice from his Uncle Andrew.

Watch Episode 5. Episode 6 of Season 2.

Camilla vows revenge on Theresa May, Charles frets that his kilts may soon be a memory, and Beatrice and Eugenie put the moves on Justin Trudeau.

Watch Episode 6. Episode 7 of Season 2.

Charles and Camilla seek the endorsement of Donald Trump. Beatrice and Eugenie weigh their career options, and Pippa struggles with cold feet.

Watch Wedding Special. Episode 8 of Season 2.

With the royal wedding days away, Harry finds himself in hot water, Will struggles with a cutting question and Pippa offers to help Kate get in shape.

Watch Episode 1. Episode 1 of Season 3.

William, Kate, Harry and Meghan vow to cheer up the country. Also, Beatrice searches for meaning and Camilla plots against the younger generation.

Watch Episode 2. Episode 2 of Season 3.

Charles and Camilla struggle to make sense of Kate's parents. Fergie is forced to make a gut-wrenching choice. Harry tries to be open with Meghan.

Watch Episode 3. Episode 3 of Season 3.

Charles goes undercover to see what the masses really think of him. Meanwhile, William calls in a favor and Beatrice has doubts about Eugenie's job.

Watch Episode 4. Episode 4 of Season 3.

Charles is invited to check out the Church of Satan. William matches wits with home builders. Fergie turns her ski chalet into a B&B.

Watch Episode 5. Episode 5 of Season 3.

Beatrice and Eugenie set out to boost their popularity. Also, Charles meets a passionate fan and Auntie Anne introduces William to her new friend.

Watch Episode 6. Episode 6 of Season 3.

Charles announces his plan to become king of America. Meanwhile, Pippa becomes a nanny and Beatrice prepares for her wedding.

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CNN's fascinating series "The Windsors" confirms why the dysfunctional royal family still rules


Why can't we quit the royals? This soapy docuseries sheds light on the clan even odder than yours

By Mary Elizabeth Williams
Published February 16, AM (EST)

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"The Windsors: Inside The Royal Dynasty" knows damn well you don't want to wait years to get to Meghan. The Duchess of Sussex — well, a dreamy, imagined version of her as she prepares to walk down the aisle on her wedding day — is the first figure we see in CNN's new six-part documentary series, before the story time jumps back a few generations. "But all that glitters is not gold," our narrator Rosamund Pike warns, as our American television star embarks on an alliance with a family that "will do whatever it takes to survive." Corny? Yes. Unsubtle? Absolutely. A deliciously soapy reality show involving a dysfunctional clan with posh accents? Sign me up.

What is it about the British monarchy that is still so compelling to so many of us, on any side of the pond? The royal family is at this point in history mostly just a set of wisdom teeth — vestigial, purposeless, most interesting when something painful happens or a removal is required. Yet that heady mix they provide of obscene wealth, pointless ceremony and, as the series promises, "scandal, war, adultery, and tragedy" reliably sucks us in. They fascinate because they live so very far outside our own experience, until we are reminded that their joys and heartaches and mistakes are exactly like ours. There's a reason Shakespeare wrote plays about these people. You may beg to differ, groan when their faces appear on magazine covers, but the Windsors are plain interesting as hell.

The series could not be more serendipitously timed for the cable network. On the heels of "Megxit" and just in time for friend-of-Jeffrey-EpsteinPrince Andrew's 60th birthday, the most famous non-Kardashian family in the world is in the midst of a genuinely transformative moment. It's fitting then that "The Windsors" begins its story with another era of reckoning.

It begins back in , when the rising toll of World War I made the family's then brand name, House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, "a PR disaster waiting to happen," and the abdication of King George's cousin Nicholas II in Russia lent to a wave anti-monarchy sentiment across Europe. The king's uncle and his family eventually met a notorious fate, vividly explained in the first episode. "It took a long time to kill his son, the czarina and the princesses," a historian murmurs. "They all had jewels, diamonds, sewn into their underwear, so their death was more agonizing than it might have been." Back in Britain, meanwhile, the inoffensive, patently English and royally associated name of Windsor was adopted. George's son Edward grew up groomed as future king to a new generation. And that didn't exactly go to plan either, especially after Edward met a bewitching married American woman. See? This is some juicy stuff here. And we're just getting started.

Combining subtle reenactments — shots that suggest the key players rather than show them outright — archival footage, and interviews with historians, friends, and distant relations, "The Windsors" follows a comfortingly familiar format. Yes, the granddaughter of Prince Edward's cousin is there to offer some insight, and yes, I did already know exactly who she is. For those of us who've spent our entire lives inhaling tales of this family, the series doesn't reveal much about the Windsor gang's last century you won't already know (or glean from watching "The Crown"). Edward will abdicate for the love of Wallis. Shy, stuttering Bertie will step in. Stoic Elizabeth will ascend to the throne and stay there longer than any of her predecessors. Her son will marry a sheltered nursery school assistant, barely out of her teens, who will become an international icon and die tragically young. And their boys will become men who go on different paths — one dutiful and traditional, the other modern and unprecedented.

Yet having seen the first two episodes, I still found myself drawn in, spellbound in the way that a season of "Succession" (the word serves as the surely not coincidental title of "The Windsors" first episode) does. There's something about the cyclical nature of human behavior that these corgi-hoarding weirdos exemplify, often in the most surprisingly bittersweet of ways. Each generation seems to offer its own version of the age-old question, "Which one of my garbage sons are you?" Each has a charismatic woman, hounded by a savage press. Wallis Simpson, chased around France by the paparazzi, foreshadows Diana, who in turn serves as an eerie warning to Meghan. Desire and obligation constantly battle for supremacy, creating tensions with global implications. Politics mixes with sex mixes with race mixes with class.

CNN has previously mined closer to home for its dynasties, delving into the Kennedys and the Bush brigade. For contemporary appeal, though, nobody can beat the Windsors. The Bush family has frankly less drama, and the Kennedy mystique seemed to die with JFK Jr., more than 20 years ago. In contrast, the royals right now, today, are not some style page afterthought. Theirs is a story of what — if anything — are the consequences when a member of your family is accused of sexual abuse. It's one of the hardships of new motherhood, of loneliness, of the limits of loyalty, of quitting the family business. It's one that absolutely will undergo significant change over the next few years. But even if their reign may someday soon end, the Windsors never stop ruling our imagination, and "The Windsors" shows why.

The six-part series "The Windsors" premieres Sunday, Feb. 16 at 10 p.m. on CNN.

Mary Elizabeth Williams

Mary Elizabeth Williams is a senior writer for Salon and author of "A Series of Catastrophes & Miracles."

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