The Shannara Chronicles (2016–2017)
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On their way back to Arborlon, Wil and Amberle are kidnapped by Eretria and the Rovers. To make matters worse, a Fury demon is hot on their tail.


James Marshall


Alfred Gough (created by), Miles Millar (created by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview:
Austin Butler ... Wil Ohmsford
Poppy Drayton ... Amberle Elessedil
Ivana Baquero ... Eretria
Manu Bennett ... Allanon
Aaron Jakubenko ... Ander Elessedil
James Remar ... Cephalo
Daniel MacPherson ... Arion Elessedil
Emilia Burns ... Diana Tilton
Marcus Vanco ... Bandon
John Rhys-Davies ... Eventine
Joshua Randall Joshua Randall ... Nok (as Josh Randall)
Miranda Wilson Miranda Wilson ... Kael


Wil and Allonon reached Amberle's aunt's place and it is being attacked by fury. Allonon got injured and both Wil and Amberle are captured by Eretria. Cephelo offers Wil to be part of the tribe. Meanwhile, the camp is attacked by the fury Amberle and Wil somehow manages to escape by help of Allonon. Amberle has to prove her loyalty to Ellcrys by entering in it. Written by UMAIR AHMAD

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Channel 5 [United Kingdom]





Release Date:

6 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Auckland, New Zealand See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Wil Ohmsford: Look, I know what you're all thinking: that the things you're hearing are too incredible to be true. But magic and demons are real. I have seen them with my own eyes. Quite frankly, all I want to do is run away. Then I met Amberle, she might've been freightened but she's also incredibly brave. She didn't have to come back, but she did for all of you, the people she loves. If I had to put my faith in anyone to save the Four Lands it would be her.
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An improvement over the previous episode, although not perfect

Having not read the books yet, I became interested and watched the first season. The first episode wasn't great but it had a great world introduction and some good casting choices while the second episode, while not in the same league as episode 1, had some improvements including better CGI and the actors for the main characters aside from Manu Bennett and John Rhy Davies did better performances.

Episode 3 is an improvement over the previous episode and is pretty good albeit not excellent. There are some problems like the forced love triangle that happened too soon and much like the last two episodes, it has some of the same standard fantasy cliches in the script.

However, there are lots of things to like. Many Bennett and John Rhy Davies continue to impress with their separate roles as Allanor and the Elven King and while the rest of the actors have a long way to go, they still have some good moments as the main characters. The production design looks stylish and gorgeous, the CGI is once again much better, the music score is still good, and the action moments aren't that bad at all particularly at the beginning where episode 2 left off.

Overall, not a classic episode, but hopefully the first season would get better. :)

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