Everyone is talking about the BBCs new Wars of the Roses drama, The White Queen.
Its all outrageous flirting and preposterous plots, all of which are (kind of) historically accurate.
Its like exam revision with The Sopranos thrown in.
Here are 5 reasons were tuning in:
1 - No dragons
2 - Rebecca Ferguson
Not the singer but a newcomer who shimmers like a young Cate Blanchett. Her roadside strumpet trapping of king Edward was like in a wimple. A star is born.
3 - The simmering medieval sexual chemistry
4 - Janet McTeers scheming sorceress mother Jacquetta
The finest baddie-in-a-castle since Alan Rickmans sheriff of Nottingham. From the drubbings she dishes out to a loony lottery game of threads in a pond, McTeer camps it up with deadpan finesse.
5 - Ludicrous dialogue bingo
Ten points for each Mill & Boon spot:
I am as lucky in war as I am in love.
I have a longing for you
So is this love? This what it feels like?
I have to have you and if you will not be my mistress then you must marry me.
The White Queen is on BBC1 on Sunday nights at 9pm