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Let’s talk about The Letter for the King, a tv series on Netflix. A young squire holds the kingdom’s fate in his hands as he embarks on a quest to deliver a secret message to the king.
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The Letter for the King on Netflix
A young knight in training contends with ancient prophecies, magical powers, and fickle companions as he sets out on an epic quest to save his kingdom.
Amir Wilson, Ruby Ashbourne Serkis, and Thaddea Graham
I stumbled on this quick-watch, six-episode series on Netflix about a group of teens trying to make their way in this Medieval world. A thrilling story of one boy’s battle against good and evil revolves around a crucial letter and prophecy on which the entire kingdom’s fate depends. I would say this is a cross between HBO’s Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Disney’s Descendants, and not to mention the type of series my teenager and I would sit down to watch together.
I give The Letter for the King on Netflix 4 out of 5 stars.
60% of Google users liked this TV show
55% Rotten Tomatoes
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