Troy: Fall of a City: Season 1 (2018)


Season 1
Troy: Fall of a City

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Troy: Fall of a City never tries to reinvent the bronze wheel but succeeds in engaging audiences with both royal and divine intrigue, making for a highly enjoyable romp in the lost kingdom.

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Critic Ratings: 24

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Air date: Feb 17, 2018

Handsome young herdsman Paris has a divine encounter that leads him on a fateful journey to the city games in Troy, where he learns a startling truth.

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Air date: Feb 24, 2018

When word of the affair spreads, the Greeks gather an army for a face-saving mission to Troy, but Artemis demands a steep sacrifice to allow the voyage.

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Air date: Mar 3, 2018

Hoping to secure much-needed food and supplies from his royal father-in-law, Hector sets off on a risky journey to Cilicia, taking Paris with him.

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Air date: Mar 10, 2018

Helen's slip during her encounter with Achilles brings devastating consequences; King Agamemnon chooses the wrong woman to be his plaything.

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Air date: Mar 17, 2018

Paris goes on the run; Pandarus investigates Helen's missing servant; a Trojan spy learns the Greeks have lost Achilles and his men as soldiers.

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Air date: Mar 24, 2018

The Amazons find Paris, who learns that he has an enemy in common with them; Aphrodite delivers a message; the Greeks get a taste of their own medicine.

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Air date: Mar 31, 2018

The Trojans' discovery of a Greek infiltrator threatens to reveal Helen's indiscretion; the Greeks find a way to get Achilles to return to battle.

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Air date: Apr 7, 2018

During a scouting mission to plan their next offensive, the Trojans come upon a stunning sight on the beach and make a decision that seals their fate.

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Cast & Crew

Louis Hunter
Paris

Actor
David Threlfall
Priam

Actor
Frances O'Connor
Hecuba

Actor
Tom Weston-Jones
Hector

Actor
Chloe Pirrie
Andromache

Actor
Joseph Mawle
Odysseus

Actor
Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Cassandra

Actor
Jonas Armstrong
Menelaus

Actor
David Gyasi
Achilles

Actor
Bella Dayne
Helen

Actor
Johnny Harris
Agamemnon

Actor
Lex King
Aphrodite

Actor
David Avery
Xanthius

Actor
Chris Fisher
Deiphobus

Actor
Alfred Enoch
Aeneas

Actor
Peter Butler
Nestor

Actor
Carl Beukes
Diomedes

Actor
Woody Norman
Evander

Actor
Derek Wax
Executive Producer
Christopher Aird
Executive Producer
Rob Harris
Production Design
Andy McDonnell
Director of Photography
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Critic Reviews for Troy: Fall of a City: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Troy: Fall of a City: Season 1

  • Nov 13, 2021
    Silly, painfull to watch, extremely disrespectful to the original story, cannot recommend, please avoid.
  • Oct 02, 2021
    Magnificent.Thoroughly enjoyable with an amazing cast!
  • Aug 07, 2021
    Why am I not surprised that there's such a large gap between the audience and critic scores... If you're expecting a film that might tap into your imagination, allowing you to travel and experience glimpses of the past, then this nonsense is not for you...the interest and appeal of period-pieces lie only partially in the cities, wardrobe and sweeping landscapes...like i said, nonsense. Film is dead...
  • Jun 20, 2021
    This is the second-worst series ever to appear on netflix (the worst was "the I-land"). Everything about this show is just cheap and sucks: The sound, the cinematography, and, worst of all, the acting. The acting is just so goddamn lifeless, uninspired and bland. Which moron thought it was a good idea to cast only 5th- rate actors?! And don't get me started on Achilles. This baby-face is supposed to be the greatest warrior alive?! Couldn't they find a MAN? I honestly can't believe netflix spent money on this piece of garbage.
  • Apr 12, 2021
    Calling it trash is an insult to trash
  • Feb 19, 2021
    While I appreciated what felt like a more authentic look overall, as far as sets and costumes, versus the over-the-top-casino-set feel of the Brad Pitt movie from 2004, it was perhaps a bit too slow paced and meandering for me to become engrossed. It took me over two weeks to complete all eight episodes as I more than once switched to another show that caught my attention; binge-tastic it's not. The main characters also had zero chemistry, and it was hard to understand why either was attracted to the other, even taking looks into consideration. Helen also becomes a more despicable character as the series progresses with her wishy-washiness; just make a goddamned decision already LOL. The ending anybody remotely familiar with the myth (not to mention the actual name of the show) can guess, but it leans waaaay too far into Game of Thrones Red Wedding excess to the point of nihilism...or plagiarism. Even the main character is offed in the exact same way as Robb Stark (spoiler?). There's absolutely nothing redeeming at the end to give the viewer hope or good feelings as the credits roll; it's just depressing. Also note the unconventional casting of black actor David Gyasi in the pivotal role of Achilles (in fact, many black actors were cast in Greek and Trojan roles), which was no doubt controversial in the Twitter-verse upon release, but when you settle in to the show he makes the role his own. #troyfallofacity #troy #netflix
  • Feb 18, 2021
    bad actors, since when were the Greeks black? Achilles gay? I'm laughing!! this series mocks Greek mythology
  • Feb 07, 2021
    Risible. The characters were either dislikable, tedious or two dimensional. The writers gave the actors absolutely no chance at all...
  • Jan 08, 2021
    the biggest shit i've ever seen!!!!!! history - zero! logic - zero! actor's game - zero! scenario - zero in zero!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Dec 28, 2020
    The series is all right but the black washing is a bit too much shit sometimes and social justice warrior aspect also hit very hard... sadly it will never top Troy(with brad pitt) the film. Its shameful how awful the BBC series are.

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