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We begin with Merlin running around Camelot and shouting hello, in quite a panic. It seems Gwen has gone missing, and Arthur, despite being surrounded by knights in red capes, has sent his most trusted (ish) servant to find her.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 3rd, 2013
Tomorrow evening at 10/9c, SyFy will be showing the first episode of the final season of Merlin. We’ll be recapping the episodes as the season progresses, taking in all manner of magical maladies and generally buckling up that ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 1st, 2013
Consider this a new year’s resolution. Rather than wasting everyone’s time with a list of self-improving abstract demands, like “read more books” or “get some exercise,” we have a very specific idea ...
It has long been understood, certainly by the show’s creators Johnny Capps and Julian Murphy, that the sword and sorcery epic Merlin would be a five-year, five-season TV project. However, no one could have predicted what a ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on November 8th, 2012
We’ve all done it, watched a TV show, watched all the characters go about their business in their idiosyncratic way and wondered “who am I most like?” Am I a Carrie? A Ross? A Shrek?
Whether a planned TV pilot about an emergency room doctor gets picked up to go to series on NBC may depend on the luck of the Irish. Make that Irishman, as in Eoin Macken, the hunksome actor who plays Sir Gwaine on BBC America’s ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on October 25th, 2012
BBC America stars Colin Morgan (Merlin) and Katie McGrath (Morgana) sat down with BBC Radio 1 host Nick Grimshaw to discuss the premiere of Merlin season five. The fifth season is currently being aired in the UK and will arrive in ...
Let’s be honest. We all know that season 5 of Merlin has already started on British TV, and won’t be hitting American screens until the new year. This is, to put it mildly, not an ideal situation.
Forgive us this post, which will probably be quite frustrating to US Merlin fans, but over here in the UK, we’re gearing up for the start of Season Five of Merlin, which means the cast are doing interviews and photoshoots and all ...