Its walls woven with magic, Camelot once stood as an impenetrable, shimmering fortress of power and enchantment—a home to legend, possessor of the Holy Grail. But when its legends fade and its most valuable relic vanishes, who can restore Camelot to its glory? Fifty years have passed since Merlin (Sam Neill) stepped foot behind the soaring battlements of Camelot. Time has not been kind to the Kingdom—the glory of Camelot lost after the death of King Arthur. The once verdant fields have been overtaken by the fearsome Rauskaug (Alexander Kalugin), and the villages lay in ruins. Even the once venerated Lady of the Lake (Miranda Richardson) has fallen to Rauskaug’s command. Where once stood Camelot’s greatest gift and protection, the Holy Grail, is now a blackened and empty reliquary. With Merlin back, surely the return of the Grail cannot be far behind. Or so believes the charismatic Lord Weston (Garwin Sanford), Lord of Camelot, and the betrothed of the beautiful Lady Yvonne (Tegan Moss), last blood link to Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. But for Merlin, the fabled chronicler of Camelot’s storied past, finding the Grail and restoring it to its rightful place is a tall order that’ll take more than magic. It’ll take a miracle in the form of an unlikely companion with a secret power of his own. His name is Jack (John Reardon), a young beggar-thief who longs to hone his own unruly magic as the great sorcerer’s apprentice. For Jack has an undeniable spark, a literal lightening rod for greater things, and is closer to the Grail—in body, mind, and spirit—than anyone imagines. But first, Jack and the mighty enchanter must outwit and outlast the dreadful spell that shrouds Camelot, cross the perilous Land of the Dead, battle enemies both human and not, unleash magic both ill-fated and wondrous, and confront legends both dangerous and illuminating as Rauskaug’s army thunders in their shadows to claim the Holy Grail and all its glory as their own.