Camelot, Season 1

Camelot, Season 1


  • Genre: Drama
  • Release: 2011-04-01
  • Rate: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 13
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99
  • HD iTunes Price: USD 6.99
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In the wake of King Uther’s sudden death, chaos threatens to engulf Britain. When the sorcerer Merlin (Joseph Fiennes of Shakespeare In Love) has visions of a dark future, he installs the young and impetuous Arthur (Jamie Campbell Bower of the Twilight series), Uther’s unknown son and heir, who has been raised from birth as a commoner. But Arthur’s cold and ambitious half-sister Morgan (Eva Green of Casino Royale) will fight him to the bitter end, summoning unnatural forces to claim the crown in this epic battle for control. These are dark times indeed for the new king, with Guinevere (Tamsin Egerton of The Mists of Avalon) being the only shining light in his harsh world. Faced with profound moral decisions, and the challenge of uniting a kingdom broken by war and steeped in deception, Arthur will be tested beyond imagination. Forget everything you think you know…this is the story of Camelot that has never been told before.


Title Time Price
1 Homecoming 50:42 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 The Sword and the Crowd 48:32 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 Guinevere 53:32 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 Lady of the Lake 53:33 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
5 Justice 50:43 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
6 Three Journeys 50:13 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
7 The Long Night 48:43 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
8 Igraine 51:18 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
9 The Battle of Bardon Pass 49:31 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
10 Reckoning 52:21 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
11 Starz Studios - Camelot 14:31 Free Buy iTunes
12 The Knights of Camelot 02:10 Just Season Buy iTunes
13 The Women of Camelot 02:45 Just Season Buy iTunes


  • Great show

    By Mazkoth
    Enjoyed watching it waiting for season 2
  • So much potential

    By The shodiance
    I was raised on the stories of King Arthur and his Knights, and when I got older I discovered game of thrones and once again I was swept away in a world of dragons, knights and prophecies. This show could have merged the two and got very close, however it fell very short. The show has some major pacing problems, and some down right terrible writing and casting. However I see so much potential in the show. Given more time it could have been one of the best TV shows on air. I would like to add that it's very cool that they set it during the dark ages/earlier Middle Ages as apposed to the High Middle Ages.
  • Incredibly captivating!

    By Essykins
    Many months ago, I formed an appreciation of Jamie Campbell Bower after watching The Mortal Instruments film. This led me to marathon all the movies and TV shows Jamie Campbell Bower has starred in. I've stumbled across beautiful jewels such as this spectacular Arthurian mini-series! <3 I absolutely loved the complex plot arc and dynamic character development over the span of the episodes. Truly a pity this show wasn't renewed for a second season...srsly Camelot deserved another season! At least I own this show so I can re-watch it as many times as I want.
  • Terrible Purchase

    By rovers14
    First off..there is no second season, the show was discontinued, that alone makes it a bad buy. I am a big fan of what the Arthurian Legend stands for. The King Arthur I grew up reading and hearing about possessed infallable virtues that could not be shaken by any man. This show absolutely DESTROYS that vision within the first 3 episodes! Here Arthur looks like a weasely little teenager and only shows a few brief glimpes of greatness. You know the story of Lancelot and Guinevere right? Well they destroyed that too, by replacing Lancelot with Leontes, and the story begins with Leontes and Guin already engaged, while Arthur tries to destroy the relationship and becomes a jealous little girl when he fails and they wind up getting married. He then continues to was PATHETIC! What happened to the king known for honor and loyalty? Oh but there's still the story of Merlin and the Sword in the Stone right? Wrong, also destroyed. I won't ruin the suspense for you but they completely rewrote how that happened for dramatic purposes. BUT, if you have absolutely zero care for the traditional great King Arthur then by all means watch it, there's some cool sword play and beautiful women at least.
  • Great show!

    By Owzzzzzzzz
    This is a great show with a great plot. Classic! Just wish there was more seasons
  • When I die. . .

    By The Tols
    When I die I'll be demanding the time I wasted watching this show back from God. Three great actors stuck in unfortunate roles. I wonder what lies they had been told that made them take these parts (Morgana, Merlin, and Igrane did well with the utter crap they were given). You can tell Merlin's actor had seen the show for what it was, had lost any delusions of salvage ability, and finally "checked out" by the merciful end of the series. The shows writers, producers, set designers, and directors owe them a big apology for this travesty. I wouldn't recommend it to a friend, may, however serve to troll an enemy. I wouldn't make Hellen Keller sit through this dung heap. King Arthur's character was not cast well. His "knights of the round table" come off more as a hodge-podge of mostly circle-jerking college buddies whose leader accidentally slips and falls root first into his best bros wife. . . Cue cue battle with baddies culminating with some bro's bro hugging it out. . . Bro. This plays out with 0 chemistry on screen. The plot is a godawful mishmash of badly interpreted literature from the actual Arthurian legends, and your probably not favorite day time soap opera. I feel dumber for having watched this show. The worst part though is that I ever gave it a chance in the first place. It looked cheap on the previews, but I was desperate for a truly great and grand retelling of some of my favorite legends of old. I idiotically expected justice be done to the source materiel, and as much respect and care given it as one would give Shakespeare. I get the feeling Joseph Fiennes, Claire Forlani and Eva Green - if not the rest of the cast agree and likely felt duped by Starz. I would rate this show 0/10, would not watch again.

    By Diestar
    Hate to tell all of you this but there is no second season. Its over,done...finished. Season 2 was cancelled due to lack of viewers and high production costs. I would love to see it carry on and am truly truly mad but they wont continue :,(
  • The mindless brat pulls the wool over everyone.

    By jbrian5
    The actor's did a wonderful job as well as the rest of the cast and crew. The clothing and scenery is amazing. On another note, I was a little disapointed with the plot. The fist half of the season is great and shows promise of an amazing conclusion. This does not happen. After about the fourth or fifth episode, its all a heavy dose of Morgan from there on out. I'll try to explain this briefly. Imagine a snot nose 8 year old (Morgan) that comes up with the weakest lies and tricks and her dumb parents (Merlin, Arthur and Gang) fall for everything. Even when she is caught in her lies, her parents give her a slap on the wrist and send her back out to do it all over again. Also, Merlin doesn't use any of his magic because he is too scared to. Overall, it does pry the movie does pry at your emotions, but its the wrong kind of emotions if you are someone involved in the production and hoping that people will want to watch the next season.
  • Camelot

    By Merlin's girl
    Camelot is a very exciting story, its got daring sword fights, brave missions, dark magic, love, family, honor and courage of men and women alike. This story is amazzing it's not exactly like the real story of king arthur but really shows what it really would have been like if you where back in thos times:) fantastic actors and a riveting story line a must see show!!!
  • Fantastic!!!

    By Kaylanewland
    I was really offended by whoever said that Joseph Fiennes (Merlin) was a bad actor because he is brilliant! The script is also very well-written and suspenseful. I am officially addicted to this show!!!!!!