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date (day) time network episode title
6/4/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#108) TBA
5/28/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#107) TBA
5/21/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#106) TBA
5/14/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#105) TBA
5/7/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#104) TBA
4/30/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#103) Burgundy
4/23/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#102) Hearts and Minds
4/16/17 (Su.)8:00 PMSTARZ(#101) In Bed With the Enemy

4/16/17 - ???
currently airing (spring 2017)
sundays from 8:00 PM-9:00 PM EST
1 (8 episodes)
(from Starz's press release, February 2017) Starz announced today that the highly-anticipated STARZ Original Limited Series "The White Princess" - a follow-up to the Golden Globe(R) and Emmy(R) award-nominated STARZ Original Miniseries "The White Queen" from Company Pictures and Playground - will premiere on Sunday, April 16th at 8PM ET/PT. Set in 15th century England, the drama is drawn from the novel of the same name by Philippa Gregory and part of The Cousins' War book series. President of Programming for Starz Carmi Zlotnik said, "'The White Princess' represents the kind of Obsessable programming that has become the hallmark of STARZ Original Series, and we can't wait for the ardent fans of 'The White Queen' and 'Outlander' to discover it. We are thrilled that Emma Frost returned to the helm to reimagine 'The White Princess.' Her unique voice has created a compelling royal drama, driven by dynamic women in front of and behind the camera." Hailed by Harper's Bazaar as "the feminist answer to 'Game of Thrones,'" "The White Princess" picks up three days after the conclusion of "The White Queen," as a new generation ascends to the throne in a tale of power, political divides, family, love, and betrayal. "The White Princess" is a gripping historical drama uniquely told from the perspective of the women waging the ongoing battle for the English throne: Lizzie (Jodie Comer), Lady Margaret Beaufort (Michelle Fairley) and Dowager Queen Elizabeth Woodville (Essie Davis). The story begins as one of England's most politically turbulent times - The War of the Roses - is coming to an end. An uneasy peace is achieved when former King Richard III is defeated at the Battle of Bosworth, and the victor, Henry Tudor, soon-to-be King Henry VII (Jacob Collins-Levy), is married to Lizzie - a princess from a rival house and Richard III's former lover.
· Amy Manson as Lady Catherine Gordon
· Andrew Whipp as Richard Pole
· Caroline Goodall as Duchess Cecily
· Essie Davis as Dowager Queen Elizabeth
· Jacob Collins-Levy as Henry VII
· Joanne Whalley as Duchess of Burgundy
· Jodie Comer as Princess Elizabeth
· Kenneth Cranham as Bishop Morton
· Michelle Fairley as Margaret Beaufort
· Patrick Gibson as The Boy
· Rebecca Benson as Margaret Plantagenet
· Rhys Connah as Teddy
· Suki Waterhouse as Cecily of York
· Vincent Regan as Jasper Tudor
· Colin Callender as EP
· Emma Frost as CRTR/EP
· Jamie Payne as PROD/DIR (Pilot)
· Lachlan MacKinnon as PROD
· Michele Buck as EP
· Philippa Gregory as BOOK/EP
· Scott Huff as EP
· drama
· Company Pictures
· Playground