Camelot: Season One (2011) TV Preview, Images, and Videos


Starring: Jamie Campbell Bower, Tamsin Egerton, Joseph Fiennes, Claire Forlani, Eva Green, Peter Mooney, Diarmaid Murtagh, Clive Standen, Philip Winchester, Sinéad Cusack, Jamie Downey, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Daragh O’Malley
Produced by: Chris Chibnall, Michael Hirst
Season Year: 2011

In the wake of King Uther’s sudden death, the sorcerer Merlin has visions of a dark future and installs Arthur as king. But Arthur’s cold and ambitious half sister Morgan will fight him to the bitter end for control of the crown. Faced with the challenge of uniting a kingdom broken by war and steeped in deception, Arthur will be tested beyond imagination.

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  • batgirl

    Nice post! i love the images you provide. I am working on my book report about Legend of Camelot right now, can i use some of your photos? Thank you!

  • Asta

    I like the two first episodes of Camelot and hope that they will continue to be of the same quality. However, there is a downside to this show. It is obvious that there is ambition in the production of this show; evident in the set, costumes, almost perfect casting etc. and it gives a more serious and real feel to it then other Arthurian based shows (i.e. Merlin). Why then after making sure that everything be believable do they cast Jamie Campbell Bower as Arthur? It almost ruins the show for me to have to watch him as the main protagonist. I don’t buy him as Arthur and I doubt if anyone else does (and no I can’t think of him as a boy who will grow into his power and status) and Tamsin Egerton as Guinevere is just too much ‘pretty’. Out of all the actors to choose from why not take a chance and do it UK style and actually cast the roles so that they will be believable and not for the sole purpose of trying to score the teen viewers. These two casting decisions lesson the value of this show greatly in my opinion, a show that I like so far but would’ve loved if not for this fact.
    Kudos on casting Eva Green (loving her as Morgan), James Purefoy, Sean Pertwee and Joseph Fiennes. In my opinion both Peter Mooney (Kay) and Philip Winchester (Leontes) would have been better suited to play Arthur.