Robin Hood

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BBC (ended 2009)

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Robin Hood
8.6
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Robin, Earl of Huntingdon, has returned home from the Holy Wars under orders from King Richard, to recuperate from injuries sustained in battle. He soon finds that the real battle for England needs to be fought against the Sheriff and his excessive taxation and corrupt administration. Along with an assortment of Outlaws, he outwits the Sheriff and his right hand man Guy of Gisbourne as he fights for the safety of the people of Nottingham.
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  • Finally a great adventure show for the whole family

    9.5
    I sat down to watch this show late one night not knowing if I would like it. You see I quit watching TV shows. There just isn't anything on TV that is Family Friendly anymore. Cussing, sex, and rude drama is everywhere even in the commercials. As a mother of a 13 year old boy, this is just not what I want him to see. So I set out to Pre-watch shows so that I know that he can and can not watch.



    I watched the whole series, all three seasons, in two days! I was instantly addicted to the the story plots, actors, and the adventure! This has truly become one of my all time favorites! I aim to buy the series to have for my family to keep at home! I know my son is safe with this show!



    I send a big thank you to all those associated in creating and making this wonderful show. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for not giving in to the hipe and creating this breath taking spectacular show! You proved... beyond a can make a great adventure/drama/romance show while keeping it clean!

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  • A Cruel Reminder for Producers...

    1.0
    to cast actors who use their brains. Clearly, the lead was not thinking right when he decided to leave the show... no one in their right mind would leave a successful show in the middle of it's successful run. seriously? WTF
  • Robin Hood has been identified.

    6.0
    For those interested in history Robin Hood has been identified thanks to two researchers Rob and David who discovered a pardon for him in the Public Record Office at Kew. Contemporary to Robin was John Gisbourne who was the hated Lord Mayor of York at the time of the Peasants Revolt.



    You can read about it here.



    http://robinhode.webs.com/



  • i LOVED this show and regardless of what many has said about the ending of the show i still say its better than what it could have been...

    7.5
    non the less the show was on its way to "death" and i believe its better that they ended it as they did while it was still-kinda-good rather than dragging it more, at least we got a good ending. whether they make a 4th season with archer as the new robin or not, we know that the original one ended in a good way. these days we're truly lucky that the story did end and not just cancel the show all of a sudden with a cliffhanger like half the shows out there.moreless
  • Started out strong and just died...

    7.0
    Honestly, the show was great... but how many times can they break in and out of the castle before it gets old... and honestly, half the reason I watched the show was to see Marian, who was slammin hot... and they just off her in season 2???? WHAT?



    After that the show just kind of got too boring and formulaic for me...



    If you want predictable and methodic week to week storytelling without any real advancement in the story accompanied by new characters who become more annoying with every episode... (yes, I'm referring to the new blond girl they brought in... who was annoying before she became a regular and is even moreso every time she opens her mouth...) then watch the show... otherwise, don't waste your time... this show had its day, and the writers gave it an arrow through the heart when they offed Marian.moreless
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