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Welcome to a timeless classic with a new spin. Robin Hood is a long standing favorite tale for the old and the young. Robin, who returns home from the crusades where he was a noble knight to King Richard, the king of England, to find his home and the town he grew up, in shambles.

Governed by the tyrannical Sheriff of Nottingham, the humble people of the town are losing hope, and feeling the life sucked from them right into the pockets of the Sheriff and Prince John, the current king's brother. When Robin arrives home news of his return spreads quickly, and the people of his home reach out to Robin for assistance with the over taxation and persecution from the rulers.

With help from some new, and old friends, Little John, and Friar Tuck, just to name a couple, Robin starts to make a difference in the lives of the people. He also makes some very powerful enemies, and becomes one of the most wanted criminals in England, also the most beloved criminals of all time, robbing the rich to feed the poor. Along the difficult road to bring the town to the glory of the past, and Robin's childhood of trying to rebuild his home, an old fling is reunited with Robin, the Lady Marian.

With many new takes on this timeless tale of Good vs. Evil, Right vs. Wrong, it will introduce a whole new generation to an age old tale that has survived generations, and make it last for many, many generations to come.

Robin Hood is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (78 episodes). The series first aired on October 7, 2006.

Where do I stream Robin Hood online? Robin Hood is available for streaming on BBC, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Robin Hood on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Hoopla, iTunes, CW Seed online.

3 Seasons, 78 Episodes
October 7, 2006
Drama, Action & Adventure
Cast: Jonas Armstrong, Lucy Griffiths, Richard Armitage, Keith Allen, Gordon Kennedy
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Robin Hood Full Episode Guide

  • The gang is shocked when Robin announces that Gisborne is joining their fight against Isabella, but can their uneasy truce survive? Robin and Gisborne then travel to York to save their half-brother Archer from execution, and find that he has made a formidable enemy in the Sheriff of York.

  • It's a step back in time as a mysterious figure forces Robin and Gisborne to hear the story of their past. The truth about their parents is exposed and a huge revelation rocks them both to the core. As the strange figure shows his face, Robin and Gisborne know their lives will never be the same again.

  • Isabella will go to any lengths to prove her loyalty to the Prince, and to win the Sheriff's job for herself. Meanwhile, suspicious news arrives from the Holy Land that King Richard is dead, and Robin squares up against his former mentor, Lord Sheridan, in an attempt to stop Prince John's hasty coronation.

  • Ruthless Rufus is in town, intent on revenge. When he kidnaps Allan and Kate, Robin retaliates by snatching his son. Robin and the gang face a race against time as they try to find Rufus' hiding place. Will they succeed, or is this the end of the road for Allan and Kate?

  • The Sheriff turns the heat up on Robin and his gang by forcing the Abbot to accuse them of stealing from the church. Tuck's attempt to clear Robin's name ends with him being captured and tied to the rack. Will the gang free Tuck in time, while escaping execution themselves?

  • The Sheriff sells the local village men to Irish warriors who need new army recruits, but when Robin is captured himself, can he escape execution in time to save the conscripts? Kate, a village girl from Locksley, tries to help the outlaws and rescue her brother, but her heroics have devastating consequences.

  • Robin and the Outlaws, The Sheriff, Gisborne and Marian are now in the Holy Land. Robin warns the King of the impending threat to his life, but The Sheriff's cunning has prevailed and, instead of a heroes' welcome, Robin and the Outlaws are treated as traitors. Marian makes a final attempt to redeem Gisborne - if he kills The Sheriff, he will have everything he wants, including her.

  • The Sheriff has turned Locksley into a garrison town, throwing its people out to make room for an army of vicious mercenaries. As Robin and the outlaws formulate a response plan to stop them, they are intercepted by three burly King's Guards, led by the fearsome Legrand who brings a vital message from King Richard.

  • A mortally wounded, one-legged messenger from King Richard flees Locksley Manor pursued by Gisborne's men and ends up in the arms of Robin. With his dying breath, he tells Robin that the King needs him to return to fight in the Holy Land, and utters the word "Lardner".

  • Marian wakes up in Sherwood Forest on the first day of the rest of her life as an outlaw with Robin and his gang. Surprising everyone with a new energy and recklessness, however, she jeopardises the gang's mission to bring aid to Clun Village after it's ransacked by the Sheriff's men.

  • A horrified Robin realises that his plan to capture the Sheriff's spy, Henry of Lewes, has failed because he has a traitor in his gang. Fearing for Marian's safety in the castle, Robin sets about rooting out the turncoat. His only clue is supplied by Marian: the spy's meeting place is located at the Trip To Jerusalem Inn, where the traitor outlaw sells his secrets to Gisborne.

  • When a group of boys accidentally stumble on Gisborne's weapons-testing site, all but one is taken prisoner. The resourceful escapee, Daniel, is able to elude Gisborne's men and runs to Robin to raise the alarm. Robin is horrified to discover that Gisborne has developed an indestructible new suit of armour, made of special Damascus steel - an army wearing this armour would easily defeat King Richard and must be stopped!

  • Robin and the gang have been busy constructing their ingenious new camp, but, when Knighton Hall is razed and Marian and Edward are taken to the castle under house arrest, it's clear that the rules have changed.