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Elsewhere, this third series brings in Friar Tuck, and Robin crosses paths with a new face in his life, Kate. Yet the joy of Robin Hood is in the returning characters. Jonas Armstrong in the title role has grown into the part well, even if the scripts have him dealing with the aftermath of Marian’s death a little quicker than you’d have thought. But it’s Keith Allen as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham that has a habit of ritually stealing scenes, while Richard Armitage as Guy Of Gisborne is quite superb, and arguably the highlight. It’s a strong ensemble cast that underpins the show, and by this third series, it’s clear that they’re having a whale of a time.
Series three of Robin Hood isn’t perfect, and sometimes the writing feels a little underwhelming. But even in its weaker moments, such is the strength of the cast that it’s hard not to get a generous dose of entertainment from each episode. It’s shameless blockbuster Saturday night viewing, and all the better for it. --Jon Foster
I thoroughly enjoyed this series and thought the acting throughout was very good.Published 1 month ago by Brenda Kobylarek
Thought the whole complete series seasons 1-3 was totally excellent, ive just finished watching the last episode and ive got withdrawal symptoms,cant believe i have to leave the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by spike