Britannia: Season 2

Britannia: Season 2

Britannia: Season 2

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

2019Rating: TV-MAUKSky
ActionDramaFantasyHistorical

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EPISODE 2.1
1 January 2019

Episode 1

Two years after the invasion, a dead man awakens who could spell the end of everything.

EPISODE 2.2
1 January 2019

Episode 2

The Dead Man sends Hella on a mission. Phelan's new life comes crashing down and Rork's suspicions about Veran lead him into a duel.

EPISODE 2.3
1 January 2019

Episode 3

Veran gives Ania a terrible choice. Harka brings Phelan under his spell and the next stage of Cait and Divis's prophecy begins.

EPISODE 2.4
1 January 2019

Episode 4

Hella makes Aulus an offer she knows he can't resist. Phelan fulfils his mission and Cait and Divis's dreams spell new danger.

EPISODE 2.5
1 January 2019

Episode 5

A dream causes tension between Cait and Divis. Harka sends Love on a heart-breaking mission and Veran commits the ultimate betrayal.

EPISODE 2.6
1 January 2019

Episode 6

Philo and Brutus play a prank, but their timing couldn't be worse. Harka sends Veran a message.

EPISODE 2.7
1 January 2019

Episode 7

Vitus returns with a message for Aulus. Ania is placed in an impossible situation and The Traveller tracks down Lucius.

EPISODE 2.8
1 January 2019

Episode 8

Aulus outrages Domitius with a confession and Andra discovers the truth about her family. Divis tries to use his powers on Love.

EPISODE 2.9
1 January 2019

Episode 9

Divis gets one last chance to prove himself. Meanwhile, Cait's newfound happiness is cut short as Phelan tries to right his wrongs.

EPISODE 2.10
1 January 2019

Episode 10

Veran and Harka face each other in a challenge only one of them can survive. Cait is forced to face her destiny.

Britannia: Season 2 / Reviews

Financial Times

Financial Times

Astonishing costumes and make up, prop heads and limbs, brutal deaths, a jam factory's worth of red goo, brilliantly offbeat musical choices pillaged from Sixties and Seventies electro-folk -- everything has been ramped up for series two.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

None of this amounts to much dramatically or emotionally, of course. Britannia is one of those shows you just have to imbibe, celebrating that it has the sheer cheek even to exist. Praise the capricious TV gods!

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The Times

The Times

It is all a bit of a riot if you don't take a second of it seriously (which also helps to make the graphic violence less vile).

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