Cursed: Season 1 (2020)


Season 1
Cursed

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Cursed's first season isn't as subversive as its source material, but strong plotting and a heroic performance from Katherine Langford make for an enjoyable escape.

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Critic Ratings: 54

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Air date: Jul 17, 2020

Scorned as a witch, a young woman leaves her village to start a new life, even as soldiers scour the countryside looking for her kind.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2020

Fearful and alone, Nimue presses ahead on her quest, as flashbacks reveal the harrowing event that changed the course of her life.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2020

Nimue wakes up in an abbey surrounded by strangers, and she is forced to tend to Red Paladins; Arthur sets out on an adventure.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2020

On her way to Gramaire, Nimue learns of a flourishing Fey resistance; Merlin butters up Lord Rugen; Iris grows suspicious of Morgana.

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Morgana urges Nimue to use the sword to her advantage; Father Carden faces humiliation; Uther loses patience with Merlin.

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Nimue and Merlin finally meet face to face in the ruins of a castle, and more secrets from the past rise to the surface.

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While Nimue, Morgana and Kaze seek refuge in a network of tunnels, Arthur and Gawain fend off a siege led by the Weeping Monk.

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With Red Paladins closing in on the Fey hideout, Nimue hatches a plan to buy time and secure her people's escape.

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Nimue ponders a weighty decision; Uther takes a defiant step; Gawain discovers not all is what it seems within the Red Paladin camp.

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With the future of the Fey hanging in the balance and enemies closing in, Nimue sets in motion the final phases of her plan.

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Cast & Crew

Katherine Langford
Nimue

Actor
Devon Terrell
Arthur

Actor
Gustaf Skarsgård
Merlin

Actor
Peter Mullan
Father Carden

Actor
Lily Newmark
Pym

Actor
Shalom Brune-Franklin
Igraine

Actor
Daniel Sharman
Weeping Monk

Actor
Sebastian Armesto
King Uther Pendragon

Actor
Emily Coates
Sister Iris

Actor
Billy Jenkins
Squirrel

Actor
Bella Dayne
Red Spear

Actor
Matt Stokoe
Gawain

Actor
Leila Gerstein
Executive Producer
Zetna Fuentes
Executive Producer
Silenn Thomas
Co-Executive Producer
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Audience Reviews for Cursed: Season 1

  • 6d ago
    The CURSED of doing a "magical" storyline is not a mystery, and it is either brilliantly written or (I do not want to sound rude) the other end of the opposite spectrum. Though, I congratulate the casts and crews on the tremendous effort. Sadly, I can not say I like this one.
  • Oct 04, 2021
    Love it!!! Hoping we get another season.
  • Sep 26, 2021
    So much fun I watched it with my granddaughter who loves Arthurian legends, she was so excited to see a girl/female who wasn't all about having a prince rescue her that she did it herself
  • Sep 01, 2021
    I tried watching the whole series, but I just got bored.
  • Jul 18, 2021
    This is a great Arthurian fantasy series with a few shortcomings: A) Its a slow burn, really the last episode of Season 1 shows the true potential of the series. B) The pacing can be a bit hit or miss. Overall would recommend and if they make Season 2 would definitely watch.
  • Jul 16, 2021
    So sad to see that they canceled this show because as soon as I started watching it, I had already finished it. The acting and the storyline are amazing. love it
  • Jul 11, 2021
    Ended strong and there is much potential. Give it another season.
  • Jun 22, 2021
    It was a great escape, a show that will leave you deprived and wanting more. I really felt like I knew Arthur and Nimue, but the others felt undeveloped which I hope if Netflix decides to renew this (I really hope so), we will get deeper relationships.
  • Jun 16, 2021
    Ten episodes of the main cast failing to notice a small, bloodthirsty, psychotic white girl with little to no backstory. I loved the storytelling as far as lore and name-dropping King Arthur, Merlin, Lancelot, and Morgana, but there were plenty of times I wished the plot were more logical & consistent.
  • Jun 12, 2021
    It was like they wanted to be HBO but they ended up like BBC. The violence was over-the-top but the writing was not matching it. They made a mistake when casting Arthur if you ask me. The show would've been much better if they had recast him. The rest of the actors were good casts though. At first I thought the sword of power was an annoying copy of the ring of power from The Lord Of The Rings, but then I remembered that this was the prequel to the legend of King Arthur, and that Tolkien might very well have gotten his inspiration from Excalibur. So I tripped myself there. Throughout watching this show I kept thinking that I would give up, but I ploughed through - and to tell you the truth: the last ten minutes was worth the other waste of 9 hours and 50 minutes. They surprised me with a twist that perfectly lines up the following story of King Arthur, which left me feeling very satisfied.

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