It doesn’t seem all that long since BBC AMERICA’s Merlin came to an end, but in actuality it’s been three years. And quite a lot can happen in a few years’ time.
Colin Morgan—star of Merlin, for those of you with short memories—has signed up to appear in three episodes of the second season of the BBC crime drama The Fall.
This might be the most Anglophenia photo ever, a feat that is all the more remarkable given that it features no Tom Hiddleston and no Benedict Cumberbatch.
Have you ever watched a TV show or read a book and found yourself wondering, as one of the wiser and more eccentric characters seems to have suddenly worked out the correct route out of a tight spot without any visible clues, quite how …
Assuming you’re up to speed from last time, let’s rejoin events at the battle of Camlann.
• Jemma Redgrave appeared as The Brigadier’s daughter Kate Stewart in the Season 7 episode “The Power of Three,” and she’s already filmed her part in the series’ 50th anniversary special in November. She …
Oh lumme, here we go…
The powerful druid Ari has arrived in Morgana’s throne room. She asks to see a demonstration of his powers, to see if he’s as good as people say.
We begin, as we often do, in a forest. Arthur and his men are returning from a trip, and Merlin has a cold. However, something is wrong. There’s smoke, evidence of fighting, and dead bodies.
We begin in the dark, with a chase. There are dogs, there are explosions, and Morgana has caught someone.
Before we start, it should be noted that I’ve never written a hit TV show. Or any kind of TV show at all.