Fantasy on TV

This week's Trivia: Fantasy on TV

Up until recently, fantasy series on television have always gotten a bad rap. They could never really find an audience, and were always considered network poison. The stigma has gone away, though, and some really awesome series have made their way at least onto cable networks. True fans have stayed loyal to the genre, though, and have watched even when these series could only find homes on Saturday afternoon syndication.
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Q1

In Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, which ran from 1995-1999, who played the show's titular character?

Q2

What was the name of the character who was a constant companion of Xena: Warrior Princess?

Q3

The short-lived series, Legend of the Seeker (2008-2010), was based on what novel series?

Q4

Who wrote the novel that is the inspiration for the HBO series, Game of Thrones?

Q5

In the current Starz series, Camelot, the Morgan character is set up as the daughter of Uther, the father of King Arthur. According to proper Arthurian mythology, though, from whom does Morgan really descend?

Q6

While Starz original series, Spartacus: Blood & Sand, debuted to commercial and critical success for its first season, a second season was delayed because Andy Whitfield, who played the show's main character, was diagnosed with which illness?

Q7

Merlin debuted in on BBC One in 2008. It has also been aired on which following US networks?

Q8

Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire is a series that to date has only aired 6 episodes, all on Comedy Central. Which of the following is NOT a character on this show?

Q9

What happened to Sean Bean, the actor who plays Eddard Stark in Game of Thrones, just this week (week of 6/13/11)?

Q10

In Starz's Camelot, to whom is Guinevere married, despite some more-than-flirtation with Arthur?