Next Episode of The Quest (2014) is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Great fantasy is filled with adventure, challenges, discovery, fish out of water and good vs. evil — turns out, another modern genre shares these exact same traits. Announcing "The Quest," a reality show that literally takes contestants and audiences to an amazing, imaginative realm, where the ogres are advancing in the woods, the dragons are stirring, agents of a dark lord are infiltrating the keep, and the only thing that stands between peace and chaos are 12 very unlikely heroes. From the producers of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, paired with the producers of "The Amazing Race," "The Quest" is a fully immersive experience. In and around this castle, our fantasy realm comes to life with state-of-the art projections, animatronics, prosthetics, real-time motion capture and art direction. The narrative and mythology of "The Quest" is deep and fully imagined, and it was designed to incorporate seamlessly with the unexpected actions and decisions of our contestants – fantasy comes alive as it never has before in this genre-bending series.
After the Vizier (Marcello de Nardo) exhausts his powers, only the 10 remaining Paladins can save her from certain death. A frightening forest dweller holds the key, but it is the Paladins who must rely on physical stamina, intelligence and resourcefulness to ensure the Queen's survival and ensure their own in Saenctum.
Sir Ansgar (Peter Windhofer) increases pressure on the nine remaining Paladins (aka contestants) as he prepares them for the realities of war.
First, Castle Saenctum is in jeopardy when there is an enemy attack on the outer walls in "Under Siege." As danger looms, will the Paladins be prepared for the assault or must Ansgar be forced to intervene? One team will fail and must face the most grueling Fates challenge yet. The threat continues in "A Traitor in Saenctum," as a spy sent from the dark army infiltrates the castle. A demanding physical challenge tests both the focus and the diligence of the Paladins. While some succeed, others are left empty handed. Patience is tested in the challenge before the Fates ultimately leaving only six Paladins to continue the quest to be named the "One True Hero.".
The Dark Army is ready to strike and Verlox (Douglas Tait) finally shows the depth of his devastating powers in "Verlox Attacks." The stakes are high and intelligence is the best defense for the six remaining Paladins and in the end, three of them must venture into enemy territory to avoid banishment. When a dragon escapes and burns a nearby village, it's up to the five remaining Paladins to prevent yet another attack in, "The Dragon's Lair." Time is a factor in this race to protect Everealm and get amnesty from the Fates. The losing Paladins discover all is not what it seems and must get dirty to save the day.
The stakes reach a new height in "Escape from Rana Village" when the Paladins are taken prisoner. They must act quickly in order to save themselves and the Queen (Susanne Gschwendtner). Ultimately, only one is safe from the Fates leading to their most emotional banishment yet. The final episode begins with only three Paladins left and Verlox's (Douglas Tait) growing power. The final challenge puts the Paladins to a demanding test. After the grueling competition, the quest is complete and "One True Hero" has emerged. The celebration is short-lived and our "Hero's" work is not finished -Verlox must be vanquished.
Patrick Higgins(Paladin (Contestant: Season 1))
Florence Kasumba(Talmuh (Fate))
Peter Windhofer(Sir Ansgar)
Suzanne Gschwendtner(Queen Ralia)
Marcello de Nardo(Grand Vizier)
Mai Duong Kiue(Solas (Fate))
Stephanie Buddenbrock(Karu (Fate))
Doug Tait(Verlox/Rana Chief)
Shondo Blades(Paladin (Contestant: Season 1))
Lina Carollo(Paladin (Contestant: Season 1))
Leticia Reyes(Paladin (Contestant: Season 1))
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