Becoming Elizabeth Episode 4 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

Becoming Elizabeth Season 1

Becoming Elizabeth Episode 4

Becoming Elizabeth is the latest Starz historical drama, focusing on the events just after Henry VIII’s death. With Edward VI on the throne, Edward Seymour playing as puppet master and Thomas Seymour scheming with Catherine Parr, it’s a tumultuous time in England.

Elizabeth finds herself right in the thick of the political and sexual politics of the English court. As she journeys toward securing the crown, this 8 episode series plots her story.

If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!

Here is everything you need to know about Becoming Elizabeth episode 4, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch Becoming Elizabeth?

Becoming Elizabeth is available to watch both on cable and digitally via Starz. However, the episode is also available to watch digitally via the STARZ Play App on Amazon Prime (for those in the US and UK), along with an extension on Hulu too (USA only)

Becoming Elizabeth Episode 4 Release Date

Becoming Elizabeth Episode 4 will release on Sunday 3rd July at approximately 9.00pm (ET) / 8am (GMT).

Expect episodes to be available shortly after broadcast online, with Amazon Prime Video in particular dropping episodes pretty quickly after broadcast. However, do give a bit of time for the content providers to upload those episodes online.

Episode 4 is titled “Lighten Our Darkness” and is expected to be around 52 minutes long. Also expect subtitles to be available from release (especially those watching from Prime Video)

How Many Episodes Will Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 Have?

Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 has been commissioned with an 8 episode order. With that in mind, we’ve got 4 more episode to go after this one. The usual schedule is of one episode releasing a week.

Expect the story to start ramping up in tension and drama across this chapter, as the fate of England continues to hang in the balance.

Is There A Trailer For Becoming Elizabeth Season 1?

There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Becoming Elizabeth Season 1 below.

What Happened In Episode 3?

We’ll have the whole episode covered with our handy (and lengthy) recap, detailing all the big plot points and discussing the chapter at length. You can find that below:

Read More: Becoming Elizabeth – Episode 3 Recap & Review (coming soon!)

What do you hope to see as the series marches on through the weeks? What’s been your favorite moment of Becoming Elizabeth so far? Let us know in the comments below!

4 thoughts on “Becoming Elizabeth Episode 4 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. I find the story of the three Tudor kids riveting. From an overview, not a day went by in their lives from the death
    of their father, that Edward, Mary & Elizabeth could not each of them died. What a way to grow up! The Kind was
    under the despicable control of his his zealot Uncle & poor Elizabeth influenced by her out of control other ‘Uncle’ Seymour .
    Meanwhile, Mary, handed down to us in history as ‘Bloody,’ by the Protestant zealots, for her Catholicism and her reign
    (not so Bloody after all), fights her own survival battle while her Church is plundered & torn apart by her rapacious Uncle.
    What a family. The Tudors are likely the most important dynasty in English monarchical history, and folks, they are us (as well). Like, exploration, tobacco, ‘Virginia…’ the list goes on. Not to mention human character. Bring it on.

  2. They have managed to make the story of the charismatic elizabeth tudor to appear boring. The actress portraying elizabeth is not very skilled. Katherine Parr is portrayed as a schemer, and Thomas Seymour as the stupid, ambitious, risktaker that he was.

  3. Good job! Not completely historically accurate, but close enough given the need to employ poetic license to translate onto the screen. I love seeing history brought to life in such an engaging way, and hope it inspires people to learn more about it 🙂

  4. Why are there so few episodes? TV series used to be a lot longer so you could stay interested and entertained longer.

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