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The Shannara Chronicles is based on the Terry Brooks trilogy novel and follows the story of three teenagers. A half-elf, half-human is the main hero, with pointy ears as all elves have (duh), with the goal of saving humanity from Demons in the world of the Four Lands. And because it’s MTV, many scenes take place in the bathroom, the rivers and anywhere else it would seem natural for the heroes to take their clothes off…The presence of Crixus from much adored “Spartacus”, as the Last Druid in Shannara adds volume to the show and even some really strong emotional moments.
In the picture we see the half-elf Will. During its first season it broke all MTV records for young audiences as it reached 16 million views on MTV’s digital platforms. The second season was shown by Spike, and it was also a pleasure to watch. I hope it gets a third season, its producers are seeking for a new home/network.
THE FIRST FACT that you get to know after the 7th season is that when a hero reaches his maximum, he’s also a foot away from the next world. Their sudden deaths shocked us the first twenty times, now I don’t want to be too fond of a character, because I’ll certainly lose them. And a few episodes later they won’t even be mentioned. GoT creators built issues and puzzles, and they’re the reason you’re hooked on their story, and instead of seeing how the heroes can pull through all these obstacles, they die. It might come from the whatever final episode of “Lost”, but I’m hoping that the Game of Thrones creators in the next season will put their heroes against even more obstacles and not kill them when they reach their peak, because I’m starting to get the impression that the characters are built so high, only because the creators know that their story will shortly end, since they’ll soon kill them. Unexpected Death #35.
On the other hand, you have so many reasons to watch it that you move on from the above complaint, and get into the rivalries of about a handful of kings/queens/contesters of the Throne, with each having an epic background and the certainty that they are “the one”. In brief, it has Dragons! Yeah! :)