Dungeons And Dragons TV Series ‘Relics And Rarities’ Revealed (VIDEO)
Hold onto your hats folks, a new Dungeons and Dragons series has just been announced that is sure to inject some awesomeness into the early months of 2019. Announced by Geek & Sundry, the upcoming episodic show ‘Relics and Rarities’ is the brainchild of Daredevil’s Deborah Ann Woll, who will also serve as DM (Dungeon Master) and the show’s host. Check out the trailer for the new show for a peek at what’s to come:
Host Deborah Ann Woll will serve as the DM for the show, which will also feature core cast members Julia Dennis, Tommy Walker, Jasmine Bhullar, and Xander Jeanneret, as well as a revolving door of celebrity guests stopping by for each episode. “I’m so excited to finally announce my new show, Relics and Rarities,” Woll said in a recent press release.
We’ve assembled a stellar creative team, along with amazingly intricate set design, props and puzzles, a hilarious and surprising cast – and an original world and campaign of my own creation. You’ll have to watch to see what tricks I have up my sleeve.”
The new show is set to debut in February 2019 on Alpha, Legendary Digital Network’s premium streaming entertainment service. “Welcoming fans who have not yet experienced collaborative storytelling is an established mission of Geek & Sundry,” said LDN Senior VP of Production and Programming Jason Corey, “and partnering with Deborah Ann Woll has been a dream come true for us. We’re thrilled to be able to elevate and broaden the platform for a female Dungeon Master and to expand the fandom for this unique and exciting genre.”
Relics and Rarities will begin streaming on Alpha on February 4, 2019.
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