[WhatCulture!] - Colin Morgan appeared rightfully just as bored with Merlin as his character was at being ignored by just about every main protagonist he came into contact with, despite the obvious destiny of true wisdom the show is so intent on hammering in as being
[Radio Times] - Irish actor Macken currently stars alongside Colin Morgan and Bradley James in BBC's adaptation of the Arthurian legends, and has previously appeared in The Tudors and Michael Fassbender's Centurion. He has also enjoyed a successful modelling career
[Den Of Geek] - On the topic of fighting, Colin Morgan wields a sword and some powerful magic, whilst the knights get to duke it out against the enemy in a sword battle that is woefully too short. The fight choreography has improved over the years and it's about time
[Radio Times] to his death - a deception so powerful that the whole of Camelot, even Merlin, is taken in. Can the young warlock see through the lies before it is too late? Fantasy adventure, starring Colin Morgan, Bradley James, Katie McGrath and Janet Montgomery.
[Contactmusic.com] and 'Into the Abyss', an exploration of Texas's death row. 'Vernon God Little' has twice been adapted for the stage, most notably by The London's Young Vic theatre in when British actor and 'Merlin' star, Colin Morgan, played the lead
[WhatCulture!] - Bradley James and Colin Morgan were finally handed some sublime dialogue material that they truly deserved, allowing them strong reactions to the man who made both their characters lives' a regular misery in the series' dawn, and thus to justify their
[Radio Times] - But the young king's decision comes at a terrible price, for the spirit world is a dangerous place, leaving Merlin fighting against the odds to put right the mistake before Camelot is destroyed. Anthony Head guest stars, with Colin Morgan and Bradley
[WhatCulture!] - No matter how much of a bearing the young warlock's vision will have on his character arc for the season, though, it was rather underwhelming to see Colin Morgan placed in such a blatantly obvious position for much of the episode, essentially
[WhatCulture!] - Colin Morgan has always been resourceful at balancing Merlin's secret magical alter-ego and his jesting servant self, yet now more than ever it seems the two previously irritatingly isolated storylines are becoming intertwined, with Arthur closer than
[Huddersfield Examiner] men are vanishing without explanation. King Arthur (Bradley James) and his knights risk life and limb to find out why, but to get answers, Merlin (Colin Morgan) must first fight a battle that pushes him to his limits. Look Out For: Josette Simon as
[Den Of Geek] - All the key players have returned, with Bradley James and Colin Morgan comfortably settled in their roles of Arthur and Merlin. They don't look much older, but there's a certain weariness to Merlin, whilst Arthur looks more regal than in previous seasons.