Thursday, January 30, 2020

FIRST PHOTOS AND TEASER FROM NETFLIX EPIC FANTASY TV SERIES THE LETTER FOR THE KING ARE HERE!

     'THE LETTER FOR THE KING'
New series starts streaming March 20th
NEW EPIC FANTASY TV SERIES
Beside Arthurian Cursed, which we are eagerly awaiting, world's most popular streaming service Netflix is preparing another mediaeval series for us which I, if you remember, announced three years ago and now we finally have the first photos from it: THE LETTER FOR THE KING comes from Netflix Holland as it is the adaptation of a 1962 classic book from their writer Tonke Dragt which was a worldwide hit. How to Train Your
The cast includes an international cast of young actors
Dragon and Puss in Boots' Will Davies adapted the six episode series which stars Amir Wilson in the lead role of a young boy who holds the fate of the
Gijs Blom plays Prince Viridian in the series
kingdom in his hands when he embarks on a quest to deliver a secret message, David Wenham as Sir Tiuri the Valiant, Jakob Oftebro as Crown Prince
Little Amir Wilson takes the lead role in the new series
Iridian, Jack Barton as Foldo, Omid Djalili as Sir Fantumar, Jonah Less as Jussipo and Ruby Serkis as Lavinia. The series will start streaming from March 20th over at  Netflix!

     The Story Of The Series
is set in a fantasy world of three kingdoms, following 16 year old squire Tiuri. When he answers a desperate call for help, he finds himself on a perilous
The new fantasy series will air in six hourlong episodes
mission that could cost him his life. He must deliver a secret letter to the King who lives across the Great Mountains. Tiuri must abandon his home, break all
Jakob Oftebro is Crown Prince Iridian
the rules and leave everything behind – even the knighthood he has dreamed of for so long. The future of the entire realm depends on the letter and Tiuri
The new series is arriving soon to Netflix
must trust no one and keep his true identity secret. Above all, he must never reveal what is in the letter. You can expect a trailer soon, I'm sure.

4 comments:

  1. I wanna commit to liking this one, but it feels like it might be geared towards the teeny boppers? I'll reserve full judgement until I see the trailer though.

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    1. I'm guessing it will be teensy as it is a children's book, hope it will be watchable though. I wonder if Turie is black in the book as well.

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  2. I agree with Theresa that it looks like a show meant for teenagers. That aside, I really dislike that streaming services don't follow the ethics of TV. They should announce a show, release it in a reasonable time frame, release episodes on a scheduled weekly basis, and end/begin seasons on a schedule. These streaming services have me binge watching then waiting years for the next season and I really dislike it!

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    1. Amazon usually releases episodes on a weekly schedule, Netflix not so much, but it is true that they don't have the usual yearly time cycle for releasing new seasons. I was just thinking about Last Kingdom which has started probably six years ago but has just three seasons because it always takes a year and a half for Netflix to release a new season and then it has just 8 episodes.

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