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Robin Hood, (not the one from the book but a modern day teenager), travels back in time to discover that she is in Sherwood Forest where the famous Robin Hood once lived. Using a magic amulet, given by her grandfather she has to rescue her famous ancestors from a wicked sorceress. The sixteen-year-old, a descendent of Robin Hood, must battle against the rich and help the poor in the late twelfth century England while trying to find the five kings gifts to release her ancestors. She is helped by William De Gisbourne who is the son of Guy De Gisbourne (archenemy to Robin Hood), Joan Little who is the Daughter of Little John a member of Robin Hood's band of merry men, Phil Scarlet who is the Son of Will Scarlet member of Robin's band of merry men, and Alana Dale who is the daughter of Alan A'Dale, a Minstrel who was one of the inner circle of Robin Hood.

Robin Hood (Maccabe) and Lady Marion(Marcil) never actually had any lines in this series.

"Back to Sherwood" aired briefly in the U.S. on Fox Family (now ABC Family) in 1999.moreless
Anik Matern

Anik Matern

Brenan the Sorceress

Larry Day

Larry Day

Guy de Gisbourne

Aimee Castle

Aimee Castle

Robyn Hood

Andrew Walker

Andrew Walker

William de Gisbourne

Adam Frost

Adam Frost

Phil Scarlet

Alexa Dubreuil

Alexa Dubreuil

Joan Little

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • A teenage girl set in present day, is given an amulet by her grandfather, that transports her back to the past, there she must save her ancestors from peril, one of those ancestors being Robin Hood, HIMself.moreless

    8.9
    I liked this show, it was different, and there was time travel. I don't think this show got very good promotion, I think people couldn't wrap their head around the concept that this girl was not robin hood, but that she was Robyn an ancestor, who tries to save her ancestors, I think people just focused on that Robin hood couldn't be a girl. I think the show was suited for it's network, and if there were more episodes, then people could have got behind it more, It's like the show So-weird. People got behind the show, like in the 2nd season, although it did get canceled, which it shouldn't but on Disney, there was a 65 episode limit, which has recently been broken by that's so raven, a show that probably no grown-up thought would succeed, much less get past 65 episodes.moreless
  • To be honest, I would have preferred to spend my time elsewhere than finish watching this. However, I kept thinking that there is great potential behind this and I was half right.moreless

    7.0
    To be honest, I would have preferred to spend my time elsewhere than finish watching this. However, I kept thinking that there is great potential behind this and I was half right. There was potential to say the least but this potential was poorly exploited leaving a show that is half decent. Nonetheless, you really have to see Back to Sherwood to get what I'm talking about.

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