Troy: Fall of a City
Troy: Fall of a City is British Romance TV series. Created by David Farr. Produced by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Stars: Louis Hunter, Christiaan Schoombie, Jonas Armstrong. Also known as Troja: Untergang einer Stadt in Germany. It premiered on Feb 17, 2018, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 3.8 *. Winner of the BAFTA Television Craft Award. Troy: Fall of a City is filmed in South Africa.
How Many Season Does Troy: Fall of a City Have: 1 (8 episodes)
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Season premieres on February 17, 2018
Finale: April 7, 2018
BBC One, 8 episodes
Troy: Fall of a City is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Saturdays at 6 pm
S1E8 (Offering) - Air Date: Apr 07, 2018 (about a year ago)
'Troy: Fall of a City' Was Overlooked for the Wrong Reasons - via Popmatters
Speaking of inclusion, the big talking point for this series is, of course, the decision to cast black actor David Gyasi as Achilles, as well as the aforementioned Kae-Kazim as Zeus. Less discussed but also significant Is the selection of Alfred Enoch as Aeneas.
Troy: Fall of a City season 2 release: When will it be released on Netflix? - per Express
Expect also returns for: Johnny Harris as Agamemnon; Jonas Armstrong as Menelaus; Emily Child as Clytemnestra; Erica Wessels as Penelope (wife of Odysseus); the face that launched a thousand ships herself, Bella Dayne as Helen of Troy; with gods and goddesses Athena (Shamilla Mille), Zeus (Hakeem Kae-Kazim) and Aphrodite (Lex King) also likely to reprise.
Troy: Fall of a City season 2 Netflix release date: Will there be another series? - via Express
On the way he encounters an evil cyclops, ship wrecking sirens, gods and goddesses while his wife Penelope (Erica Wessels) and son Telemachus (yet to be cast) fight off suitors vying for his lands and title.
What's on TV tonight? Shows to watch on Saturday 24 March from The Boat Race to Troy: Fall of a City - by Thesun
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