The Watch: Season 1

The Watch: Season 1

The Watch: Season 1

Richard Dormer (Game of Thrones) leads this tongue-in-cheek fantasy series based on the characters from Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels, following a group of misfits tasked with thwarting a plot to resurrect a world-ending dragon.

 

2021UK, USABBC
AdventureComedyFantasy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
2 April 2021

A Near Vimes Experience

Capt. Sam Vimes' life in the City Watch is changed forever when a figure from his past returns to Ankh-Morpork.

EPISODE 1.2
2 April 2021

Ook

The Watch connects Carcer's evil plan to strange goings-on at a magical institution.

EPISODE 1.3
2 April 2021

The What?

The Watch must rob the city's most secretive institution in a desperate effort to find the artifact.

EPISODE 1.4
2 April 2021

Twilight Canyons

Carcer is willing to do anything to find a sword and the Watch is close on his tail.

EPISODE 1.5
2 April 2021

Not on My Watch

The Watch must trek through the Unreal Estate to destroy the sword in a magical lake.

EPISODE 1.6
2 April 2021

The Dark in the Dark

In the race against Carcer for the second mystical artifact, Cheery, Angua and Carrot venture into the Mines of Tak. Cheery must confront the darkness in her past. Vimes and Sybil defend the besieged Watch... MORE House from Doctor Cruces and her Assassins.

EPISODE 1.7
2 April 2021

Nowhere in the Multiverse

Sam Vimes wakes up in an alternate universe where he's a prisoner in the middle of a jailbreak.

EPISODE 1.8
2 April 2021

Better to Light a Candle

Carcer's got everything he needs to control the Noble Dragon and destroy Ankh-Morpork.

The Watch: Season 1 / Reviews

Variety

Variety

The show's generic worldbuilding, one-dimensional characterizations and lack of consistent wit will disappoint the kind of niche audience it's trying to attract.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Neither of the two disparate shows that The Watch seems to be trying to be is actually very good.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Can't be taken as seriously as that erstwhile Sunday night staple, Game of Thrones. On the upside, it's a lot more fun.

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The Watch: Season 1 / Trailers