Watch Merlin: Lancelot from Season 1 at TVGuide.com. They must try and smuggle the boy from Camelot without being caught. Learning Lancelot's dream is to become a knight, Merlin brings him to court and magically forges proof of nobility so that he can apply. / ... 9/10 Episode 2-a gripping second episode which introduces the cunning night valiant. He faces a number of tests, first in Camelot and then in the Labyrinth of Gedref. As Gaius sacrifices himself, Merlin faces the greatest test so far of his emotions and his magic powers in a final showdown with Nimueh. Directed by Justin Molotnikov. Merlin realizes he must keep a low profile. 7. TOMORROW. ... Show all Cast & Crew. 0. 4. Company Credits S1, Ep1. A mysterious healer, Edwin, proves that his 'remedy to cure all ills' seemingly helps her, but actually removes the cursed black beetle that caused the illness. (uncredited), Saxon swordsman Series 2 premiered on 19 September 2009. Nimueh plays the damsel in distress and local guide, to make sure Arthur is exposed to horrible monsters, but even on his deathbed Merlin conjures magical aid. ... 'The Christmas Chronicles' Cast On Working With Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn. Series two contains thirteen episodes and had 5.77 million viewers for … It was the only series to be comprised completely of stand-alone episodes. Morgana gives him the key to the cells, but Tom is killed trying to escape. A retelling of the Arthurian legend that centers on Merlin, a young wizard new to Camelot, a kingdom ruled by a tyrant who's banned the use of magic. However it is not as good as the first episode… 9. Armed with a magical shield, he will stop at nothing to win his prize, even if it means killing Arthur! 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Merlin interferes, saving Arthur's life, and is rewarded with a position as Arthur's manservant. Morgana falls ill with an unidentified brain disease which Gaius is unable to cure. The man, whose face is heavily scarred, watches her window from the ground below. (uncredited), One of the Order of Four Release Dates Gwen calls Arthur out on his insensitivity to the villagers' humble ways and also fights for the women's right to fight. With some prompting from Morgana, Arthur goes with Merlin to hunt down the monster (an afanc). Morgana forms a close bond with Mordred and risks her life attempting to smuggle him out of Camelot. Kanen: Alexander Siddig. Created by Johnny Capps, Julian Jones, Jake Michie. Episodes. First Aired: April 9, 2010. Rate. The Dragon warns Merlin that only Arthur can wield it. 2 "Merlin in Need 2009" 20 November 2009 () 10.08: An apparent sorcerer is on the loose, turning everything modern in Camelot. 9/10 Episode 2-a gripping second episode which introduces the cunning night valiant. Valiant is the second episode in the first series of Merlin which was the first broadcast on 27 September 2008. Uther makes Merlin test the goblet by drinking from it (as he is a 'disposable' servant) and Merlin collapses. Edwin uses another beetle to condemn Uther to an agonizing death. Series two of Merlin, is a British fantasy television series which began on 19 September 2009 and ended on 19 December 2009.Series two regular cast members include Colin Morgan, Bradley James, Katie McGrath, Angel Coulby, Anthony Head, Richard Wilson, and John Hurt as the voice of the Great Dragon. Uther retires Gaius and instates Edwin as the new court physician. 21 Jun. Hearing that his village is being threatened by a warlord and his gang, Merlin travels home with Gwen and Morgana to help. This article is about the episode Valiant. Here is my thoughts of all the episodes in this series. The dark sorceress Nimueh casts a spell on a dragon egg she throws into the castle's water. The first series of Merlin, a British fantasy television series, began on 20 September 2008 and ended on 13 December 2008. This page was last edited on 10 September 2020, at 07:07. He is seeking revenge for the death of his sister, who died giving birth to Arthur by way of magic from Nimueh. She joins Tauren's plot to assassinate Uther, unaware that Merlin is listening in. | When this fails, Arthur joins in the plot to help Mordred escape. All episodes of Series 1. / ... (uncredited), Odin's Man Episode 1-an impressive and magically chilling first episode that introduces Merlin, Gwen, Uther, Arther, Morgana, Gaius and many more. The Gates of Avalon Merlin Season 1. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords; Advanced Search. Directed by (11) Writing credits (8) Cast (197) Produced by (14) Music by (5) Cinematography by (6) Film Editing by (15) Casting By (1) Production Design by (4) In the end, Arthur saves the day with a demonstration of selflessness, ultimately restoring the welfare of Camelot and the unicorn itself. 8. Edwin threatens to expose Merlin if Gaius tells Uther, leaving Gaius with an impossible choice. When a druid is caught by the king's guards, his son sends out a telepathic call for help. Starring: Anthony Stewart Head, Richard Wilson, Angel Coulby, Johnny Capps, Julian Murphy, Colin Morgan, Katie McGrath, Bradley James (II) Summary: Merlin, a young man with the gift of magic, arrives in Camelot in search of a new beginning only to find himself in a place where magic is punishable by death. Gwen's father Tom (Camelot's blacksmith) is approached by Tauren, who possesses the alchemist's stone and wants Tom's help in turning base metal into gold which he intends to use to overthrow the king.