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World Without End

World Without End poster
Air weekdate: Tuesday
Genre: Drama, Romance, History
Channel: Showcase
Status: Ended
7.6/10(403 votes)
Aure Atika Aure Atika as Queen Isabella
Ben Chaplin Ben Chaplin as Sir Thomas Langley
Blake Ritson Blake Ritson as Edward III
Carlo Rota Carlo Rota as Edmund
Caroline Boulton Caroline Boulton as Sister Elizabeth
Charlotte Riley Charlotte Riley as Caris
Cynthia Nixon Cynthia Nixon as Petranilla
Cynthia Nixon Cynthia Nixon as Petranilla
David Bradley David Bradley as Brother Joseph
Ian Pirie Ian Pirie as Elfric

A paid assassin is sent to murder a king. A mysterious knight flees to the countryside, hotly pursued by the Queen's men. Two teenagers witness an incident in the woods that will change the course of a nation. Ken Follett's worldwide bestseller, World Without End, comes to life as a monumental eight-hour event series.

Action series takes place in a non-existent English town of Kingsbridge during the 1300s. The country in anticipation of the Hundred Years' War with the eternal enemy of France. At this time in Europe occur terrible plague. Also spread rumors about the strange death of the King of England. In addition the wounded ritsar Sir Thomas Langley became a humble monk arrived in Kingsbridge but as it turns out is not so simple. Roland the power of fire and sword hard eradicate dissent in neighboring counties condemning the policy of the Board of the last country manager. Roland sums up what people are divided into two parts one of which supports the queen and the other remains faithful to the policy of the former king. Faithful Queen Rolland following the timely payment of taxes which are intended to support the claims of the Queen and the French government completed a hundred years of war between the two states. Another heroine of the series Carys sees the suffering and oppression of her people so does the effort to help break free from absorbing the impenetrable darkness. She creates a secret society whose purpose is the protection of simple English peasants. These events were the beginning of England's entry into a new era of perpetual peace which will continue to live and fight on.

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