Britannia: Season 1

Britannia: Season 1

Britannia: Season 1

Set in 43AD, this fantasy action series depicts the raging war between the Roman Imperial Army and the Celtic heart of Britannia.

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ActionDramaFantasyHistorical

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EPISODE 1.1
1 January 2018

Episode 1

In 43 AD, a nation is rocked by the arrival of an Empire.

EPISODE 1.2
1 January 2018

Episode 2

Having marked Rome's arrival with blood, Aulus sends envoys to parlay with the tribes of Britannia, while also looking to learn more about the Druids.

EPISODE 1.3
1 January 2018

Episode 3

Aulus is reborn, but his destiny remains unclear. Cait is able to locate her father, but she can't free him from the Roman camp alone.

EPISODE 1.4
1 January 2018

Episode 4

King Pellanor disowns Kerra and leaves her life in the hands of the Druids. But the gods' judgement is not what he expected.

EPISODE 1.5
1 January 2018

Episode 5

The gods have spoken, but Kerra must decide if she will accept their ruling. Antedia seals an alliance with Rome - on one condition.

EPISODE 1.6
1 January 2018

Episode 6

After their long ordeal, Cait and her father finally arrive at the safety of the Cantii citadel, but a demon is on her trail.

EPISODE 1.7
1 January 2018

Episode 7

Cait and her father seek shelter in the ruins of their old home, where she is visited by someone she never expected to see again.

EPISODE 1.8
1 January 2018

Episode 8

The battle of wills between Kerra and Antedia intensifies, as the Regni play their trump card. Aulus enlists deadly exiles to find Cait.

EPISODE 1.9
1 January 2018

Episode 9

The end appears to be close for the Cantii, and Aulus unveils how the Roman Empire truly conducts business.

Britannia: Season 1 / Reviews

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Britannia can't seem to decide whether it's trying to be deathly serious or played for laughs.

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Financial Times

Financial Times

The female characters are fantastically strong...

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The Times

The Times

It definitely won't be everyone's cup of tea, but it is a bit of a riot.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

Seriously, this series - whose creators include Jez Butterworth, a co-screenwriter of the Whitey Bulger drama "Black Mass" - is a fabulous, stupid mess.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Several of the characters and performers make their presence felt early on - most entertainingly, Nikolaj Lie Kaas.

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Independent

Independent

In episode 1 at least, Britannia struggles to prove itself to the American company it keeps on Sky Atlantic.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Wild and sharp and terrific. And did I mention loopy?

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Salon

Salon

The Britannia cast plays it terribly straight for the most part, and fortunately that doesn't get in the way of its bizarre swagger.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

What's fun so far is the way a nonchalant 21st-century sensibility is teleported back to 43 AD.

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BBC

BBC

The acting, directing, scripting are all fine, sometimes they are very good, but the show has yet to really take off, although the potential is there.

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