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Knightfall chronicles the mysterious but true accounts of the Knights Templar, the elite warriors of the Crusades. It delves into the great secrets protected by the Templars and tells the story of faith, loyalty and brotherhood that help sustain these warriors on the battlefield, and the dark events that would forever sear the infamous date of Friday the 13th into the world's psyche.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: December 6, 2017

Also Known As: Knightfall: A Guerra do Santo Graal, Падение ордена |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

historical drama
knight templars
13th century

Company Credits

Production Co: A+E Studios, Midnight Radio |  See more »


Jirí Weingärtner
as Othon
Robert Pugh
as Jacques De Molay
Ben Lamb
as Brother Dominic
Miquel García Borda
as Viscount of Rohan
Marco Zingaro
as Doctor Vigevano
Harry Webster
as Young Landry
Edward Bourne
as Nicholas
David Bowles
as Gerard
Lumi Divo
as Paris Girl
Ollie Horsfall
as Royal Guardsman
Stephen Fewell
as Archbishop Raymond DeGoth
Dominic Geraghty
as Trader
Tom Cullen
as Landry
Bethany Adams
as Audience Member #1
Diego DiGiovanni
as Royal Sentry
Martin Lev
as Templ Knight
Dennis Herdman
as Red Knight
Olivia Ross
as Queen Joan
Martin David
as Saracen Guard 2
Oliver Maltman
as Earl of Oxford/English Ambassador
Sofia Marangoni
as Young Adelina
David Dayan Fisher
as Sir Alain
Sarah E. Bentley
as Woman in House
Julian Ovenden
as William De Nogaret
Michael Yare
as Moorish Guard
Raymond Waring
as Daniel
Raphael Acloque
as Nassir
George Jennings
as Papal Aide
Christian Dunckley Clark
as Brigand Seth
Pablo Raybould
as Jesper
Iva Šindelková
Pádraic Delaney
as Gawain
Jack Sandle
as Malraux
Nathan H. Davies
as Guard #1
Cengiz Dervis
as Roland
Mark Hamill
as Talus
Michael Mears
as Father Valentin
John Poston
as Man at Arms
Yuri Ribeiro
as Templar
Andy Beckwith
as Officiate
Arty Froushan
as Gautier
Tom Bailey
as Blood Knight
Abigail Rice
as Seamstress Alice
Kelsie Hicks
as Lady #1
Timur Sibatov
as Templar Knight
Barbara Lukešová
Markéta Krejčová
Sinead Phelps
as Young Mother
Paul Critoph
as Village Friar
Liv Spencer
as Inquisitor
Sean Brodeur
as Tower Guard #1
Peter Marinker
as Jonas
Barbora Lukesová
as Herbalist
Ryan Early
as Reynard
Clementine Nicholson
as Queen Margaret
as King's Guard/Eudes
Nasser Memarzia
as Draper
Robert Russel
as Abbot
Jakub Hajner
Genevieve Gaunt
as Princess Isabella
Alena Doláková
as DeNogaret's Mother
Dean Williamson
as Innkeeper
Paul Dean
as Guard
Ayya Graoui
as Young Adelina
Rene Hajek
as Papal Guard
Bobby Schofield
as Parsifal
Claudia Bassols
as Queen Elena
Frederick Preston
as Young DeNogaret
Sam Hoare
as Gabriel
Ben Loyd-Holmes
as Petit
Robert Orr
as Guard
Jeff Fritz
as Audience Member #2
Akın Gazi
Dean Ridge
as Rhone
Dan Cade
as Sir Henri
Simon Merrells
as Tancrede
Francis Johnson
as Malik
Bethan Rose Young
as Elizabeth
Harry Thompson
as Royal Soldier
Paul Sloss
as Theophile
Gina McKee
as Landry's Mother
Lourdes Faberes
as Altani
Nataša Burger
Michael Ford-FitzGerald
as DeNogaret's Father
Anton Voynov
as Paris Boy
Scott Sophos
as Silversmith
Jamie Wilson
as Oxford Guard
Ben Starr
as Philippe
Karin Torbjörnsdóttir
as Young Woman
Isabelle Amyes
as Mother Superior
James Beaumont
as Brother Edward
Isak Férriz
as Commander Novello
Sabrina Bartlett
as Princess Isabella
Michael James
as Quentin
Ben Bradshaw
as Chamberlain Marigny
Matthew Marsh
as Jacques De Molay
Jim Carter
as Pope Boniface VIII/Pope Boniface
James Coombes
as Governor de Rouvray
Grace Carter
as Camille
Salóme Gunnarsdóttir
as Lydia
Adam Levy
as Simon
Daniel Brown
as Soldier/Merchant
Joey Batey
as Pierre
Bruce Davidson
as Bernard
Louise Bond
as Grecia
Julie Gibson
as Mother Superior
Petra Bučková
Daniel Campbell
as Kelton
Josef Guruncz
as Royal Guard
Stanislav Callas
as Naimon
Michael Pitthan
as Sergeant
Roy McCrerey
as Charles/Charles, Royal Steward/Charles, The Royal Steward
David Sir
as Orlin
Martin Angerbauer
as Bitter Initiate
Lukáš Hložek
Christopher Hugh James Adamson
as Lead-Man-at-Arms Oliver
Petra Buckova
as Prostitute
Jan Blahák
as Daniel
David Máj
as Luciferian Leader
Ed Stoppard
as King Philip
Miguel Brooking
as Pope's Guard
Bill Ratner
as Raynald
Akin Gazi
as Rashid
Simon Hoare
Joseph Ollman
as Vasant
Jordi Gràcia
as Tudela Merino
Jamie Marshall
as Filthy Man #1
Guy Lewis
as Templar Captain
Tom Forbes
as Prince Louis
Brian Caspe
as Angus
David Sterne
as De Beaujeu
Zuzana Juračková
Curtis Matthew
as Astrologer
Matthew Burt
as Initiate
Caryn Stringer
as Woman
Jake Zahradnik
as Crowd Person #2
Marcos Franz
as Prince Lluis of Catalonia/Catalan Ambassador's Assistant/Prince Lluís of Catalonia
Jeff Smith
as Captain of the Guard
Pavel Bezdek
as Pascal/Pascale
Oliver Ashworth
as Ivan
Scott Bellefeville
as Townsperson
Núria Casas
as Silvia
Benjamin Hoetjes
as Angus
Christian Howlings
as Young Boy
Claire Cooper
as Sister Anne
Vikash Bhai
as Khalil
Iva Sindelková
as Concubine
Billy Rayner
as Raynald
David Šír
Sai Bennett
as Marie
Jim High
as Ulric
Sam Hazeldine
as Godfrey
Jakub Bobuski
as Saracen Guard 1
Jeffrey Koch
as Templar Guard
Kevin Michael Clarke
as Aide
Josef Fuksa
as Big Red Knight
Natasa Burger
as Herbalist
Kevin Fuller
as Cade
Peter O'Meara
as Berenger
Rory Bolan
as Younger Landry
Victoria Hogan
as Crowd Person #2
Cameron Moore
as Jules
Simon Lenagan
as Bellrose
Amelia Clarkson
as Sophie
Thomas Coombes
as Brother Anthony
Simon Haines
as Father Benedetto
Enrique Arce
as Catalan Ambassador/Catalonia Ambassador
Gabriel Andrews
as King's Guard
Sarah-Sofie Boussnina
as Adelina
Tony Pritchard
as Ballard
Brendan Douglas
as Street Vendor/Vendor
Craig McGinlay
as Aldred
Nigel Cooke
as Stewart

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 8 Episodes




Awards & Nominations

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2018


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Fantasy Television Series

Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards 2020


Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards

Best Cinematography in TV Drama

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