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An epic battle comes to a head in the darkness as Jim and his friends push back against Morgana. But without Merlin, how will they stop her?
The episode was rated from 152 votes.
The Eternal Night covers Arcadia in shadow, leading to a long-awaited showdown between Gunmar and the newly transformed Trollhunter.
The episode was rated from 146 votes.
A monumental loss carries a warning from beyond the grave as Gunmar marches for Heartstone Trollmarket. Can the team pull together to save the day?
The episode was rated from 178 votes.
The heroes brace for Angor Rot's invasion and get ready for the fight of their lives; Jim finds the last Triumbric Stone.
The episode was rated from 301 votes.
Merlin has a plan to go to war, but it's Jim's choice to make. Blinky and AAARRRGGHH!!! search for allies. Gunmar uses Barbara to get what he wants.
The episode was rated from 147 votes.
In a revealing flashback episode, Otto and Dictatious vie for Gunmar's ear while an increasingly paranoid Steve finds an unlikely ally.
The episode was rated from 187 votes.
Facing serious accusations from the Tribunal, Jim gets the chance to see what his life would be like if he'd never found the amulet.
The episode was rated from 178 votes.
While Gunmar searches for the Staff of Avalon, Jim and Toby head into the Shadow Realm to rescue Claire's spirit and return it to her body.
The episode was rated from 152 votes.
Two battles unfold when Strickler and Bular make Jim unlock the portal and free Gunmar and his army from the Darklands.
The episode was rated from 347 votes.
Hope springs from an unlikely source when Gunmar learns that Jim's friends are in the Darklands on a mission to bring him home.
The episode was rated from 185 votes.
Jim stands trial for unleashing Gunmar while his friends race to clear his name. If convicted, he'll be sent to "The Deep", a dark realm of no return.The episode was rated from 175 votes.
As Gunmar readies to destroy Jim in the Darklands, Blinky and the gang strike a deal with the Janus Order in their quest to revive an old friend.The episode was rated from 183 votes.
Every second counts when Jim uses a time-stopping Kairosect to take Strickler's ring and find the second Triumbric Stone.The episode was rated from 288 votes.
With the future of two worlds at stake, the team races to find Merlin's Tomb -- and the Staff of Avalon -- before Gunmar can get his hands on it.The episode was rated from 144 votes.
Señor Uhl sentences Jim and his friends to detention while Queen Usurna gathers evidence of a conspiracy. Draal comes face to face with Gunmar.The episode was rated from 181 votes.
A greatly changed Jim renews his Trollhunter training but struggles to accept his new reality. Gunmar and Morgana rally the troops for an attack.The episode was rated from 146 votes.
When Barbara's art obsession leads to an "aha!" moment, she demands Jim tell her the truth. Dictatious reveals Gunmar's plans to resurrect Angor Rot.The episode was rated from 148 votes.
Jim reluctantly joins forces with Strickler to keep Barbara alive; Gnome Chompksy returns with important news regarding Enrique.The episode was rated from 284 votes.
Jim races to break a spell that bonds Barbara and Strickler; Angor Rot attacks Claire and Toby.The episode was rated from 284 votes.
A troll queen arrives and a devastating secret is revealed; Strickler asks for Jim's protection.The episode was rated from 294 votes.
Last updated: jul 16, 2022
For the glory of Merlin, Daylight is mine to command! The best animated series i ever seen in my life! Go Watch TrollHunters! The voice acting and the art style is the best combination can see at the moment NOT ONLY FOR KIDS! i think the best potential of the show is for the all ages.
The show grows on you as you go on no matter your age. The voice cast is excellent. While late Anton Yelchin is irreplaceable as the voice of the lead hero Jim. Yet, if there's a season 2 someone will have to take his place sadly. You realize he's the heart of the series as you go on. I found the show some-what cheesy at first but it becomes more charming and fun as it goes on.
I am unqualified to speak about this genre which seems to be somewhere between Child and Young Adult Fantasy, but I can give you my perspective. The draw for me was Guillermo del Toro's storytelling skills. I am just discovering his work and find him to be a master storyteller and will continue to follow his projects across genres. The animation for this is beautiful. The voice talent is good, pulling in some pretty big names. As an adult the story telling sometimes gets bogged down in the silly, but I think if I were a child the humour and the silly characters may be appealing. As a Star Trek fan I think it is sad that this was Anton Yelchin final project (he played Chekov in the 2009 reboot) before he died tragically in a freak accident when his car slipped its hand break in his driveway, suffocating him, as he was pinned to the wall. If this series continues to a third season, as it seems to be set up to do, they will find it hard to replace him - he perfectly inhabited Jim Lake, Jr. I binged this series and give it a 7 (entertaining) out of 10. For a young audience it may be an 8 or an 8.5 out of 10. [Children, Action, Adventure, Animated Fantasy].
>"Destiny is a gift. Never forget that fear is but the precursor to valor. That to strive and triumph in the face of fear is what it means to be a hero. Don't think. Become." As of lately, DreamWorks has been putting out hit after hit content. From the A-tier _How To Train Your Dragon_ and _Kung Fu Panda_ trilogies, to the excellent assortment of Netflix programming, they haven't disappointed me thus far. But when I first heard about _Trollhunters_, the first of a three-part original 3D-animated series, I was expecting a character-focused/filler-present romp like _Race to the Edge_. Wow, I was wrong. **Very** wrong. An adaptation of his own children's book series, _Trollhunters_ is, in a sense, a hero's journey created by Guillermo Del Toro. It's like a mix of the lore-heavy _Lord of the Rings_ and the mystery-driven _Gravity Falls_, and it clearly shows how much nerd culture and love that Del Toro dedicates to his work. We have the high school nobody, the comedic best friend, and the smart love interest teaming up to ward off evil from another world. I think the best thing about _Trollhunters_, much like other similar "small-town" stories I've seen (i.e. "_Gravity Falls_") is its excellent variety of characters! Not only are these three main antagonists full of depth and emotion, but so are the rest of the reoccurring townsfolk met during this story. You may just think these minor characters are just existing to drive the plot, but as you get closer to the story's finale, you begin to notice they ALL play important roles. _Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia_ is like watching a borderline A-tier DreamWorks trilogy, but instead is expanded into a 20-hour series rather than a 6-hour set of films. It even has some gorgeous art direction and incredibly unique character designs. I can't recommend it to just anybody, although I definitely encourage taking a look if the genre interests you at all. This really is Del Toro's love letter to the fantasy genre, and it's a non-stop joyride! As for the rest of the _Tales of Arcadia_ trilogy...well, that remains to be seen (for now). 9/10
Un très beau compte de Guillermo del Toro avec une très belle qualité d'image et une histoire bien faite. Pour les petits et les grands fan du genre !
This is great fantasy series, full stop. Great for all ages.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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