Robyn Hood is an ordinary teen in the present time, but her life takes a bizarre turn when she is strangely called to a magic talisman. When she dons it, she is thrown back to the time of the legendary outlaw hero, Robin Hood. Although she does return, she learns from her grandfather that she is the direct descendent of the outlaw. But now she learns that her family's line is threatened with non-existence when she learns that the foul sorceress, Brenan, has trapped Robin Hood and Maid Marian in another dimension and stolen a number of his magic talismans that will given by the king. Now she finds herself charged with the duty to periodically return to that time to oppose Brenan and the Sheriff of Nottingham's plans with the children of the original Merry Men and the sympathetic William, son of Sir Guy of Gisbourne, as her allies. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <email@example.com>
Although cheaply filmed, this was an okay show. Quite frankly, I liked it. The overall concept was presented well, the plots were usually funny, and the characters (or at least Robyn and a couple of the merry descendents) were likeable. I loved how Robyn was in a band back in her own time and how you witnessed both her normal life as well as her new adventures. It was far-fetched, but an interesting idea. However, just as it was getting truly good and intriguing, they canceled it. Isn't that always the way?
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