Fresh today over from Sky is the release date for the third season of their epic series BRITANNIA. All eight episodes will be available from August 23rd on Sky Atlantic and their streamer NOW. Set in the world of Celtic tribes and evil Romans, series three sees a radical transformation in Cait’s
The third season will arrive late this August to Sky
(Eleanor Worthington Cox) journey as the Chosen One with a decision that will tie her to the future of her war-torn people and their ravaged land.
Aulus (David Morrissey) comes under pressure from a new and dark force – otherwise known as his wife (Sophie Okonedo), whilst Amena finds
Sophie Okonedo joins the cast as the wife of Aulus
herself in a lethal Ménage à trois with both of them. Divis (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) gets a new job which he despises, and Veran (Mackenzie Crook) goes to the underworld and sees the future. Julian Rhind Tutt and Zoë Wanamaker also return.
I've never watched this but it sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
It is rather atrocious LOL I stopped after the first season and even that was too much for me.Delete
So many tv shows, so little time. How's life, Dez?ReplyDelete
Miserable, as we are under the heat wave currently, it was 51*C yesterday morning in my yard.Delete
A new and dark force-otherwise known as his wife. I imagine this is what Jason thinks of me on the weekends and that’s why he tiptoes out of the room so he doesn’t wake the beast within me. Probably why he usually offers me chocolate in the evenings too. It’s the cure for cranky Theresa apparently haha!ReplyDelete
Or it could be that he is just the sweetest of hubbyhubs? :) Romans, sadly, did not have chocolate to appease their wives and their wives were known to be especially evil as was the Roman way.Delete
As much as I’d like to give him credit for doing those things as a sweet hubby would, I know he’s trying to keep the bitch in me at bay. I am not nice when I first wake. My dogs love me best, but even theyDelete
smack Jason out of his sleep to take them potty instead of chancing their luck with my grumpy butt.
I feel awful sorry for the Roman men. Maybe if chocolate was around, there would have been a lot less evil going on back then.
I don't like to talk in the mornings... or maybe ever LOL but if I was waking up next to a hunk I don't think I'd have those problems.Delete
Nya, Roman men were just as nasty as their evil missuses, they were Fascists in the making and very full of themselves. Reminds me of a lot of today's bigger nations LOL guess nothing much has changed since Roman times. I'm watching that Domina series currently and Livia Drusilla really has that Roman cold heart, does not care much about her kids, emotions, just about plotting and plans and politics. Life is probably easier that way.
I suppose it is easier to live cold hearted, but what a terrible way to live, I think.Delete
Totes, cold and bitter.Delete
Are you watching all the series you have posted here, Dezzy? Gosh, that would be a lot to watch, huh?ReplyDelete
Anyway, have a fabulous day!
Not all, some. I watch an episode a day to keep the doctor away. I make a schedule like on the TV so I watch an episode of one show on Mondays, of some other on Tuesdays etc. So that is five shows a week and two sitcom episodes during the weekends, plus a film a week. It is just about an hour of my evening after work. Britannia above was horrible, so I quit after the first season.Delete
Oh, and I don't have a TV, so this is the only thing I watch in my life LOLDelete
They look fierce in that last photo! 🔥👌🏻😉ReplyDelete
She is ready for revenge against her husband.Delete
This doesn't seem like my type of show.. I also dislike when they are filmed all dark like above because it makes the show hard to see and follow. I find myself squinting during those types of shows.ReplyDelete
Most of today's shows are like that sadly. I miss the good old glamorous lighting from old Hollywood.Delete