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October 27, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

This BIO series was cursed from the start! Amazingly, it made it through production and on the air. Thus viewers are treated to an array of stories -- supplemented by interviews and re-enactments -- told by real people who have been tormented by curses and by those who have witnessed their effects. The series is hosted by retired professor Dr. David Marsh, who holds Ph.D.s in neuroscience and clinical psychology from Oxford University and Dartmouth. Marsh has traveled the world investigating and studying curses, notably the physiological and psychological effects that they've had on people.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: July 17, 2020

Also Known As: ニミュエ 選ばれし少女, Проклятая |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
teen drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Arcanum, Netflix

Cast

Polly Walker
as Lady Lunete
Amelia Wheeler
as Faun Girl
Kola Bokinni
as Paryaat
Natasha Culzac
as Isma
Emily Coates
as Sister Iris
Ayesha Antoine
as Polly the Healer
Bhavik C. Pankhania
as Pendragon Horseman
Vincent Andriano
as Roman Father
Matthew Wynn
as Hook
Oliver Coles
as Catchers Servant
Perry Fitzpatrick
as Bu'Luf
Florence Hunt
as Nimue (Aged 10)
Neil Ashton
as Red Paladin Commander
Robbie O'Neill
as Northman #1
Yan Shi
as Father Snake
Robert Ryan
as Gramaire Sword Seller/Gramaire Tavern Man/Gramaire Villager
Pete Lee-Wilson
as Dentist
Stephen Amis
as Sailor
Dónal Finn
as Kurt
Youssef Kerkour
as Pellam - Fisherman
Marcus Onilude
as Red Paladin 1
Wil Coban
as Scrawny Paladin
John Hales
as Footman
Olivia Pearson
as Voice in the Woods
Jun Hwang
as Tusk Warrior 3
Sarah-Jane De Crespigny
as Druid
Peter Guinness
as Sir Ector
Sandra Teles
as Clothilde
Chloé Delanney
as Faun Archer
Nicholas Boulton
as Sir Bedivere
Aidan Knight
as Cups
Caroline Lee-Johnson
as Abbess Nora
Amanda Gordon
as Villager
Edward Judge
as Aaron
Peter Mullan
as Father Carden
Richard Brake
as Brother Theophilius
Robin Pearce
as Footman at the Gates
Louis Martin
as Longstones
Sarah Stanley
as Villager #1
Samuel Oatley
as Red Paladin 2
Zak Holland
as Red Paladin
Ben Allen
as Footman 1
Beau Fowler
as Tusk Warrior 1
Graeme Peacock
as Tusk
Clem So
as Skye Elder
Kate Duchêne
as Wulfryth
Jay McDonald
as Paladin Torturer
Charlotte Summers
as Skye Child
Jordan Turk
as Viking
Emily Brewer
as Lady of Gramaire
Alun Raglan
as Commander Vallus
Ashley Bannerman
as Cora (Faun Woman)
Eddie Eyre
as Mosk
Shalom Brune-Franklin
as Sister Igraine
Tony Holness
as Paladin Monk
Lily Newmark
as Pym
Charles Barnett
as Ruen Player
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
as Rugen the Leper King
Molly Harris
as Peri
Amanda Maniero
as Fey (Dancer)
Katherine Langford
as Nimue
Nikolaj Dencker Schmidt
as Dof
Adaku Ononogbo
as Kaze
Angus Wright
as Sir Steuben
Billy Jenkins
as Squirrel
Zoe Waites
as The Widow
Catherine Walker
as Lenore
Hugh Simon
as Lucien
Daniel Fearn
as Town Crier
Tuwaine Barrett
as Blacksmith
Phill Webster
as Grammaire Guard
Freddie Hawkins
as Shortshanks
Olwen Fouéré
as Yeva
Joel Morris
as Keth
Julian Seager
as Florentin the Miller
Alan Cassidy
as Popes bodyguard (Trinity guard)
Terence Maynard
as Brother Salt
Guy Williams
as Elder #2
Robert Wilfort
as Royal Aide
Nicki Vickery
as Paladin Monk
Gary Reimer
as Red Paladin 1
Taighen O'Callaghan
as Tusk Boy
Daniel Sharman
as The Weeping Monk
Miles Yekinni
as Bergerum
Isabella Austin
as Young Morgana
David Verrey
as Sir Boone
Selva Rasalingam
as Dizier
Ben Peel
as Red Paladin at the Gates
Miranda Heath
as Villager #2
Charlie McGonagle
as Peasant Boy
Nick Davison
as Trinity Guard
Siu-see Hung
as Sister 1
Tobi King Bakare
as Josse
Anton Valensi
as Sir Dellum
Jaye Griffiths
as Lady Marion
Holly Bodimeade
as Faun Scout
Jonathan Ralph Whittaker
as Paladin Warrior
Jennifer Saayeng
as Druna
Eiry Shi
as Amvri/Snake Girl
Bella Dayne
as Red Spear/Guinevere
Jojo Macari
as Mogwan
Bern Collaço
as Dockworker/Merchant Trader
Lovelace Akpojaro
as Gustave the Healer
Carl Andersson
as Somber Viking
Paul Clayton
as Ladislas (Jonah's Father)
Jasper Jacob
as Sir Borley
Clive Russell
as Wroth the Tusk Commander
Sophie Harkness
as Sister Celia
Joseph Macnab
as Trent
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson
as Cumber the Ice King
Sofia Oxenham
as Eydis
Manvir Bawa
as Boy 1
Paddy Rowan
as Hunter #1
Dermot Keaney
as Collector
Clive Francis
as Pope Abel
Antonio Magro
as Elliduc
James Eeles
as Miller
Matt Stokoe
as Gawain
Lola Shaw
as Moon Wing Girl
Clare Holman
as Lady Cacher
Rafi Fraser
as Young Arthur
Ella Prebble
as Nimue (Aged 5)
Frank Miller
as Brother Horde
Ben Manning
as Wild Eye
Andrew Whipp
as Jonah (Nimue's Father)
David Gant
as Magistrate
Mark Quartley
as Abbott Wicklow
Kaine Zajaz
as Benum
James Cork
as Weasle Knight
Richard Pepple
as Sir Tor
Damola Adelaja
as Port Master
Andre Nightingale
as Red Paladin 1
Gabriel Akuwudike
as Ortho
Bryony Miller
as Brioni
Tom Lawrence
as Footman #1
Joe Cook
as Fire-Maned Servant
Gianni Calchetti
as Noble Gramaire/Noble Man Gramaire Tavern
Alice McMillan
as Sobbing Barmaid
Ewan Callaway
as Paladin Soldier
Rico Canadinhas
as Boy 2
Kieran O'Brien
as Reith
Sebastian Armesto
as King Uther Pendragon/Uther Pendragon
Thom Ashley
as Wallo
Richard Stanley
as Gramaire Villager
Gustaf Skarsgård
as Merlin
Kimberly Collison
as Fedelm- Village Lady in Tavern and At Market
Rupert Fawcett
as Paladin Warrior
Richard Henderson
as Gaston
Andrew G. Ogleby
as Leper
Jaz Hutchins
as Sullen Paladin
Mark Ebulué
as G'Rej
Sean Gilder
as Bors
Alexandra Doyle
as The Bride
Jaydon Merrick
as Sky Fey
Tony McCarthy
as Villager
Daniel Eghan
as Paladin Monk
Christopher Sciueref
as Captain Anax
Devon Terrell
as Arthur
Natalie Coombs
as Villager

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 10 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Bafta TV Craft 2021

Nominee

Bafta TV Craft

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects

Young Artist Awards 2021

Nominee

Young Artist Awards

Best Performance in a Streaming Series - Young Actor

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