Robin Hood

2007, TV Show


Keck's Exclusives First Look: Meet Eric's True Blood Sister

True Blood

When True Blood premieres June 10, we'll get a taste of Eric Northman's bloodsucking, Godric-made vampire sister, Nora (Lucy Griffiths). read more

True Blood Scoop: Lucy Griffiths Joins Cast As Eric's "Sister"

Lucy Griffiths

Lucy Griffiths is joining the cast of True Blood as a series regular in Season 5, has confirmed.

Griffiths will play Nora, another vampire sired by Godric, making her the vampire sister of... read more

Game of Thrones' Harry Lloyd: Viserys' Wig Is the Secret to Waking the Dragon

Harry Lloyd

Like any self-respecting narcissist, Game of Thrones' Viserys Targaryen has a colorful and overinflated way of speaking about himself, uttering lines like, "You don't want to wake the dragon!"

On Sunday's episode (9/8c on HBO), Viserys once again seizes every opportunity to promote himself -- or better yet -- slap someone down as he does to one "pretty little idiot." It's dialogue like this that had Robin Hood actor Harry Lloyd relishing each script and wondering what his megalomaniacal character would say next. "It's brilliant," he tells "I get this slow, goofy smile as I turn the pages."

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Michael Steger to Guest on True Blood

Michael Steger

Michael Steger is going from 90210's resident geek to True Blood's hot hooker.

The 29-year-old actor will guest-star in one episode of the HBO vampire series in Season 3, has confirmed. He will play... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009

Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live
11:29/10:29c NBC
The topical sketch show continues its run of live episodes as Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes his SNL hosting debut. The actor is hot off a nuanced, acclaimed performance in the film (500) Days of Summer as well as his movie directorial debut with his short film Sparks, which he wrote and produced and for which he scored the music. Speaking of music, it'll be "too much" when the alt-rocking jam collective Dave Matthews Band hits the music stage.

Read on for previews of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, True Jackson, VP, Suze Orman Show and Robin Hood. read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009

Food Network Challenge

Food Network Challenge
9/8c Food Network
A Christmas favorite receives a Halloween makeover in this episode from 2007, as four renowned pastry chefs build haunted gingerbread creations, ranging from spooky houses to a slime-filled cave and even a Spanish galleon manned by skeleton soldiers. Let's just hope that these edible works of art taste a lot sweeter than they look.

Read on for previews of the World Series, Robin Hood, Suze Orman Show and The Locator. read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009

America's Most Wanted

America's Most Wanted
9/8c Fox
Crimes against children have always been a particular focus on America's Most Wanted, and its 23rd season opens with the searchlight out for two suspected Texas predators. One, a Honduran-born woman named Berny Figueroa, is charged with killing a 2-year-old Brenham, Texas, girl she was babysitting in March 2008. The other case is much older: the 1990 abduction and sexual assault of an 8-year-old. Thankfully, victim Jennifer Schuett lived to tell about it, and she joins Walsh to do so tonight.

Read on for previews of My Nanny's Secret, Citizen Jane, Robin Hood and Adoption Diaries. read more

Just an FYI about the changes ...

Question: Just an FYI about the changes you recently mentioned on BBC America's Robin Hood series. [Spoiler alert] Actually, killing off "Robin Hood" isn't new on on a British TV series. It was done 25-odd years ago on Robin of Sherwood. Michael Praed played the character in the first season, with Robin Hood dying in the final episode and Jason Connery taking over for the subsequent seasons. It was all handled very neatly, since "Robin Hood" was basically the name given to the mythic hero, and if something happened to him, someone else took up the cause (kind of like Zorro). If Doctor Who can make it work using the regeneration myth, I'm sure Robin Hood can come with something plausible, too. Answer: Thanks for the context. How Spartacus to think "we are all Robin Hood." Thankfully, it looks like we have another full season ahead with the actual Robin before we have to worry about the transition ... read more

We just watched the Season 2 ...

Question: We just watched the Season 2 finale of Robin Hood on BBC America. Has the show been canceled? With the killing off of Marian and two other members of the "gang" staying in the Holy Land, it sure seems like that was "goodbye." Any info would be appreciated. We discovered the show during the last two episodes of Season 1 and have been hooked. The show is just a lot of fun to watch and a good "escape" for an hour a week. Sure hate to see such good writing and a good ensemble go away. Again, any help you could provide would be appreciated. Answer: Robin Hood has not been canceled. In fact, a third season is being filmed in Budapest as we speak and will air in 2009. I admit I drifted from this show and was shocked to hear that the story had taken such a tragic twist with Marian being killed. (Methinks I need to get my hands on Season 2 before Season 3 comes around.) BBC America issued a release with some surprising info about next season [Spoiler Alert], describing an "older, ... read more

Wal-Mart Blu-ray Player Promos a Net Cost Under $200 for Father's Day!

Blu-ray Disc

Next week, and just in time for Father's Day (Sunday, June 15th), Wal-Mart is making it much easier to afford a high-definition Blu-ray player!The original standard DVD format went on sale in the United States back in 1997, and consumers quickly shifted over to the new format from VHS. But in 1998, HDTVs went on sale, and every year since then the high definition sets have gained in popularity. But something was missing...hi-def on home video!While DVD was noticeably better than VHS, it was noticeably not-as-good as the hi-def broadcasts of TV shows and films that people could get from cable, satellite and over-the-air HD. Folks clamored for an HD home video format, and by February 2008 the Sony-developed Blu-ray Disc ("BD") format had just won a bitter hi-def format war. But at the time, prices of a BD player started at $400, and typically ran quite a bit higher.Beginning this coming Sunday, June 8th, Wal-Mart is kicking off their newly remodeled electronics departments in their st... read more

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Premiered: March 03, 2007, on BBC America
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Premise: A British series about the legendary `Prince of Thieves,' who battles the corrupt sheriff with ingenuity, tricks and disguises.



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