Netflix is enlisting Bradley James (Merlin, Damien, Netflix’s Medici franchise) to take lead on The Liberator, the streaming service’s four-part animated World War II drama series based on Alex Kershaw‘s book The Liberator: One World War II Soldier’s 500-Day Odyssey. Based on exclusive reporting from Deadline Hollywood, the project stems from writer Jeb Stuart (Die Hard, […]
Amusing to see Sir Patrick Stewart returning to the realm of swords and magic as the wizard Merlin in the upcoming 20th Century Fox film, The Kid Who Would Be King. (If you were unaware, Stewart appears in 1981’s classic Excalibur as Lord Leondegrance, father of Guenevere.) A new trailer for the young adult adventure […]
Belial has attained ultimate power. He will soon be in control of all the Earth, and the Demon, Xanadu, and Merlin are almost powerless to stop him. However, Merlin has one last ploy that may just give the team the upper hand. Unfortunately, it puts the fate of all the Earth in the hands of […]
Belial readies himself for his global takeover as Etrigan the Demon, Jason Blood, Madame Xanadu, and Merlin finally near the tear between Hell and Earth. As has often been the case, several lower demons are standing in the way of our heroes. Unfortunately, Belial still has some tricks up his sleeve to which our heroes […]
Belial awaits the return of his son along with his companions, and Etrigan the Demon, Jason Blood, Xanadu, and Merlin wander across the Hell wastes that now stretch across Death Valley. Numerous demonic creatures lurk in the shadows, and our heroes may not be able to withstand the punishment. The plot structure of this issue […]
The young girl who Etrigan the Demon toasted at the end of last issue turns out to be none other than Merlin the Magician in disguise. As always, Etrigan is at the ready to maim his brother, but Merlin quickly justifies his presence by explaining to the Demon, Jason Blood, and Madame Xanadu what he […]
Troma Chillers, a sequel to Bram Stoker‘s Dracula, an origin to Merlin of Arthurian legend, and new stories set in the Land of Oz are being offered by Caliber Entertainment in the upcoming February of 2018. Read below for more details. DRACULA SUICIDE CLUB GN (W) Steven P. Jones (A) John Ross (CA) Kyle Huston Sequel to […]
The National Television Awards held tonight and aired on ITV held a number of surprises. Ant And Dec getting a double for Best Entertainment Presenters and their I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here winning Best Entertainment Programme. But two celebrated shows from Steven Moffat and the BBC, Sherlock and Doctor Who lost out […]
Demon Knights #15 is Paul Cornell‘s last issue on the series. And brings to an end all sorts of plots, character stories and themes. With a big battle, it’s rather lovely. It also ties into the future that we’ve seen while reflecting the past. And then Merlin does something… rather familiar… The moment has been […]
A return to Camelot is already in the planning stages.
Also: the BBC promise ambitious replacement shows for the time slot next year.
Why has Merlin run and run where Robin Hood, for example, did not? I don’t really feel any huge qualitative difference between the shows. Maybe it’s just dumb luck. Or perhaps I’d need to watch more than one and a half episodes of each. Any experts out there? Here’s the promo for the imminent fifth […]
Hartswood Films, run by Steven Moffat‘s mother-in-law Beryl Vertue and wife Sue Vertue, and producer of Moffat’s Sherlock Holmes, Coupling and Jekyll, has a new comedy show for BBC1, Me And Mrs Jones. It stars Sarah Alexander (Susan in Coupling), Neil Morrissey from Men Behaving Badly (another Hartswood production) as well as Nathaniel Parker of […]
The BBC are currently running a promotional clip for the BBC entire, a mash up that features a lot of their flagship shows and stars. It’s a nice video, and the BBC do have to battle shadowy forces intent on their destruction at every turn, so I think any apparent self regard in this promo […]