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FGT
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FGT
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Registered: ‎03-04-2009
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Legend of the Seeker/Terry Goodkind

Hey guys just wondering what people thought of Legend of the Seeker tv show on saturday nights.  It is my new fav show! best fantasy show in a while. love it. i was wondering what you guys think of it and if anyone has read the books the show is based on by Terry Goodkind.  i haven't read them yet.
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Bradinator1
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Registered: ‎10-21-2008
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Re: Legend of the Seeker/Terry Goodkind

Yup, based on the first book.  They've had to take some licence with the plotline to make it a weekly TV show. My wife and I are watching it and like it. Sam Raimi (Spiderman movies, Hercules, Zena) is producing so it has some "cheese" to it. Still fun though. A little hard to follow sometimes cuase it's on Independent TV stations, so you have to look locally for days and times. Superstation WGN has it for the cable folks nationally also. Good fun, if yer not looking for a "performance" piece.

 

Brad

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Just imminent danger, in the middle of it, me
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And the day needs my saving expertise" - Captain Hammer (Nathan Fillion) from "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
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TiggerBear
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Re: Legend of the Seeker/Terry Goodkind

Go to fancast, all the episodes so far are for free watch.