Knightfall (2017– )
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Vastly outnumbered, the Templar Knights must fight for their lives in a battle with the Red Knights.

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Douglas Mackinnon

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Don Handfield (created by), Richard Rayner (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Tom Cullen ... Landry
Jim Carter ... Pope Boniface VIII
Pádraic Delaney ... Gawain
Simon Merrells ... Tancrede
Julian Ovenden ... William De Nogaret
Olivia Ross ... Queen Joan
Ed Stoppard ... King Philip
Sabrina Bartlett ... Princess Isabella (credit only)
Bobby Schofield ... Parsifal (credit only)
Sarah-Sofie Boussnina ... Adelina (credit only)
Robert Pugh ... Jacques De Molay
Nasser Memarzia ... Draper
Oliver Ashworth ... Ivan
Tom Bailey ... Blood Knight (as Tom Baily)
Edward Bourne ... Nicholas
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Vastly outnumbered, the Templar Knights must fight for their lives in a battle with the Red Knights.

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TV-14
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7 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Thank you History channel!
8 February 2018 | by DanMihaimovienoncriticSee all my reviews

As I wrote in a review of the entire show, I enjoyed it all the way and took it for what it is, a show where the story is just a mean to recreate the world of templars, describing very well "the feeling of an era".

This last episode was a nice ending to this show, with potential to continue with a second season. I am not a scholar or very passionate about history facts but I have the feeling that everything they did here was well documented and done as much as possible to recreate those times, from the settings to the social relations and customs in those times. Anything but the story which is a 100% fantasy, but than again, they intended the story to be just a support for recreating a historical time.

As a conclusion, I would love to see a season 2 and more such shows made, even with not so big budgets and fuss as some main stream fantasy/history shows.

Thank you History channel!


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