R11, it should air starting in September or October.
List of possible spoilers and plot points (and cam footage of the trailer shown at Comic Con) at the link. The fourth series of the British drama series Merlin began on 1 October 2011 with the episode The Darkest Hour - Part One and next The Darkest Hour - Part Two.
It consists of 13 episodes originally shown on Saturday evenings on BBC One and BBC One HD (repeats shown on BBC Three).
Bradley seems to have more of a sense of humor about it. Eventually it'll be time for Merlin Series 4, and we can have another thread where the Anti-Shirtless Troll will bemoan him baring his chest (mind you, after an uneven Series 3, barechested man candy might be one of the show's few saving graces. Hopefully they will stay away from the shirtless scenes for the remaining seasons and try to improve the show.
And now they've got characters like Gwaine and Percival to help things along). It's one thing on a soap opera, but why have they been randomly thrown in? Otherwise it will go the way of "Weeds" - a show that has nothing else to offer except Hunter Parrish's body because of its lack of any plot or characters. He's dating Georgia May King, the actress who played Elena on Merlin last season. So nice to know the anti-shirtless anti-Bradley troll is still hanging around.
Series producer is Sara Hamill and executive producers are Johnny Capps and Julian Murphy.
Directors include Alice Troughton, Alex Pillai, Justin Molotnikov and Jeremy Webb. I thought the producers said they didn't have a big enough budget to stretch it to 13 episodes and could only do 10. In any event, hopefully this will be its last season. R13, I think from the beginning the producers envisioned it as a 5-series show, and apparently that's how they're planning the story arcs.
So maybe on an overall season basis Doctor Who had slightly stronger ratings, but for the latter halves of the season Merlin definitely finished stronger and above Doctor Who.
The fact that the two are even comparable should be surprising, given Doctor Who's long history and familiarity, and the hype and press surrounding it and its actors, vs.
The images I saw where of casts photographs, group shots with Colin and Katie.
Just because you think something might be true doesn’t mean that it is.
Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery have three children by surrogate, two girls and a boy born January 2017.