According to the link you posted the production is joint German/Canadian (strange?) so you should get i would think.That's my worry too, nj1. I've never seen this David Oakes person in anything. He'd better be good, 'cause William Hamleigh has got to be the nastiest piece of work I've ever read in a novel.
Apparently there's been no broadcast rights sold in the US either. I live in Canada, wonder if any Canadian network will buy it?
I read this on recommendation, and can't say I agree. While it started and progressed well, it became a bit absurd with its recycled plot--"good overcomes, evil sets good back, good overcomes, evil se..ect..". I couldn't find any deeper level and by the end the story just felt cheap to me, its length unwarranted.
Well, so far the first chapter has been about a mason and his family down on his luck, and the second chapter is so far about a Welsh monk getting involved with intrigue regarding the (soon to be) King Stephen.Brian, please tell me what it's about. I get the distinct feeling it sounds really boring and uninteresting. Maybe I can be swayed in a different direction about this.