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Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands

Beowulf, a hero of the Geats, comes to the aid of Hrothgar, the king of the Danes, whose mead hall in Heorot has been under attack by a monster known as Grendel.
Season 1 - Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands
"Rheda stands against her own brother and his fearsome army."
"Rheda now faces the greatest threat of all as the forces of Abrecan's army close in."
"Rheda is eager to discredit Beowulf's accusations, but is she ready for the truth?"
"Beowulf and Elvina steal a private moment, but she is soon forced to reveal a dark secret."
"As Herot is preparing for Slean and Keta's wedding, shocking secrets are revealed and the couple must decide if new loyalties are to be forged. Abrecan is forced to choose between stepping aside and accepting his sister's rule or standing against her in a declaration of war."
"A fearsome clan known as the Wulfing raiders launches an attack on Herot, and with the element of surprise on their side, all seems lost."
"Slean's intended bride arrives in Herot, but he has other things on his mind than marriage."
"Beowulf, Elvina, Vishka and Breca continue towards the Mere to cement a new treaty."
"Rheda must prove herself worthy to become ruler of all the Shieldlands."
"With Slean missing, Beowulf and Rate ride out into the forest to search for him."
"Following Hrothgar's funeral other thanes start to arrive at Herot to elect a new Jarl, leader of the Shieldlands, including Lagathorn, the fierce Rate and Scorann, who, along with Slean, is captured by bandits. Aware that Bayen was not killed by the troll Beowulf realizes that the murderer was a skin-shifter - a mud-born able to take on human form. Breca's wife Lila, who runs the smithy with daughter Vishka, tells Beowulf that Bayen argued with iron smelter Tarn, who points him towards the steward Varr, though both prove to be innocent. Eventually Beowulf unmasks the skin-shifter but believes that he has been instructed by one of the thanes to cause dissent."
"Beowulf returns to Herot one last time to say goodbye to its leader and his former guardian, Hrothgar but something follows Beowulf and Breca back to Herot."