Monday, October 21, 2019

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON ROMAN ERA EPIC TV SERIES BRITANNIA SEASON 2 WITH DAVID MORRISSEY, ELEANOR WORTHINGTON COX, MACKENZIE CROOK

  'BRITANNIA' EPIC TV SERIES
The new season starts November 7th
2ND SEASON CHARA- CTER PHOTOS
I'm sure that most of you will agree with me that the first season definitely was not what we expected we would see when they told us we were getting a new historical series about the Roman invasion of Great Britain. We expected to see mighty legions, brave Celtic queens and warriors in chariots, but instead we got crazed mystics, psychotic generals, a couple of weed smoking Roman junkies and the only even remotely likeable character dead right after she finally became the Celtic
David Morrissey returns as evil Roman general Aulus Plautius
queen. But it still was one of Sky's most watchable series last year (not that they have a lot of them) and the second season of BRITANNIA is ready to
Eleanor Worthington Cox returns as Celtic hope Cait
launch its brand new ten episodes November 7th and today you can feast your eyes on the crazy character photos (I did tell you most of the show seemed like
Nikolaj Lie Kass is again the crazy Divis aka The Outcast
it was written on tons of weed, so thus the psychedelic photos in the character photo gallery) and a new trailer which promises more action than the first season had.

  The Story Of The Second Season
Two years after arriving in Britannia, General Aulus Plautius (David Morrissey) is Romanising willing Celt tribes with the help of the new Celtic
Liana Cornel will play a character named Ania in the new season
Queen Amena (Annabel Scholey), and crushing those who try to resist. But Aulus looks to have a hidden agenda that makes him an increasing threat to
Julian Rhind Tutt is cowardly Celtic prince Phelan
the Celts’ religious leaders the Druids. The only hope for the Druids and the resisting Celts is Cait (Eleanor Worthington Cox), a young girl being
Mackenzie  Crook plays both Veran and Harka in the series
trained by outcast Divis (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) to fulfil a prophecy set to save Britannia from the Romans. But when Druid leader Veran’s brother Harka
Gershwyn Eustache returns as troubled legionary Vitus
(Mackenzie Crook plays both of them), “the dead man”, wakes, the pair begin an epic battle of wills that divides the Druids and puts the prophecy in jeopardy.

12 comments:

  1. This doesn't seem like something I would watch. Especially since the only likeable character is now dead. :)

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    1. And she was ever so pretty, you would have liked her, long wavy ginger hair and blue eyes and long blue capes :)

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  2. She does sounds very pretty. Oh what I would do for ginger hair.

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  3. I bet David Morrissey's outfit looks good on you! No?

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    1. On me? I'd need tons of fabric to cover up my walrus body!

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    2. Oh come on! I bet you look just fine.

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  4. Those posters are horrible. I hate the colors because it's so hard on the eyes. This does not sound like a pleasant series.

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    1. The music in the series is equally horrible and annoying :) I thought the first season was one of the worst epic series I've ever watched.

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    2. If it's that bad all around, I'm shocked it got a second season!

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    3. People watched it because of the Roman theme and Sky has like three series a year or less :)

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