Legend Of The Seeker

2008 • ABC
4.6
721 reviews
TV-14
Rating
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Season 2 episodes (22)

1 Marked
11/6/09
Charisma Carpenter guest stars as Triana.
2 Baneling
11/13/09
The dead return from the underworld to prey on the living.
3 Broken
11/20/09
Cara's fate is in Kahlan's hands.
4 Touched
11/27/09
Kahlan and Richard set out to rescue a mysterious girl.
5 Wizard
12/4/09
Zedd falls victim to a mysterious spell that strips him of his memories.
6 Fury
12/11/09
Richard's attempts to teach a peaceful people how to defend themselves.
7 Resurrection
1/8/10
Richard becomes an unwilling pawn in a plot by the Mord'Sith Denna.
8 Light
1/15/10
Richard is forced to abandon his mission to rescue the wizard.
9 Dark
1/22/10
Zedd has no choice but to name a new Seeker.
10 Perdition
1/23/10
Richard's worst fears come magically to life and threaten to kill him.
11 Torn
2/12/10
A magical accident appears to have robbed Kahlan of her powers.
12 Hunger
2/19/10
Cara proposes a deadly covenant with the ruthless Darken Rahl.
13 Princess
3/19/10
To save Kahlan from execution, Cara must pose as a polished pri
14 Bound
3/19/10
Richard is forced to protect the evil sorceress.
15 Creator
3/26/10
A powerful and mysterious woman threatens Richard.
16 Desecrated
4/9/10
The lives of Kahlan, Zedd and Cara hang in the balance.
17 Vengeance
4/16/10
Zedd and his brother unite on a quest to avenge their father's murder.
18 Walter
4/23/10
Darken Rahl plots his return to the land of the living.
19 Extinction
4/30/10
The resurrected Darken Rahl risks the Keeper's wrath.
20 Eternity
5/7/10
Richard and Kahlan discover the Stone of Tears is hidden in a magical land.
21 Unbroken
5/14/10
Zedd attempts to reverse the insidious dark magic Darken Rahl used.
22 Tears
5/21/10
Kahlan may be forced to kill the man she loves.

About this show

Millions of readers the world over have been held spellbound by this valiant tale vividly told. Now, enter Terry Goodkind's world, the world of The Sword of Truth. In the aftermath of the brutal murder of his father, a mysterious woman, Kahlan Amnell, appears in Richard Cypher's forest sanctuary seeking help...and more. His world, his very beliefs, are shattered when ancient debts come due with thundering violence. In their darkest hour, hunted relentlessly, tormented by treachery and loss, Kahlan calls upon Richard to reach beyond his sword-to invoke within himself something more noble. Neither knows that the rules of battle have just changed...or that their time has run out. This is the beginning. One story. One Rule. Witness the birth of a legend.
4.6
721 reviews
Joshua Cook
August 12, 2014
A very entertaining story, and a fun show to watch. Didn't ever really see any of the Richard rage that the sword was supposed to induce. I liked Kahlan and Zed a lot though. I feel that I would have enjoyed it much more had I NOT read the books first, but just because "the book was better" doesn't make this any less of an entertaining show. Unfortunate it ran so short.
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A Google user
August 8, 2012
I watched this series as it aired on television, and for a non Terry Goodkind fan, its amazing. However, when you have read The Sword of Truth book series to the point you could close your eyes and visualize the entire series as a movie in your head with lines verbatim, you then realize how badly this show destroyed the storyline. This series would need to be done on a movie per book like Harry potter, not a TV show.
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A Google user
September 3, 2013
Sure it's a bit campy, and I never heard of the show but started watching on Netflix and couldn't stop watching. Was disappointed to find out that it already cancelled after two seasons. My only conclusion is that it must have been on FOX because they always cancel anything that's decent. They cancelled the Terminator Sarah Connor Chronicles, and I was ticked. It should have been on The WB unless it was already. Imagine if Smallville was on Fox, it would've got cancelled on 1st episode.
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