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Galavant - Season Finale - Press Release



SEASON FINALE

FIRST SEASON’S LAST TWO NEW EPISODES OF “GALAVANT” AIRING SUNDAY, JAN. 25

RUTGER HAUER AND SOPHIE McSHERA (“DOWNTON ABBEY”) GUEST STAR
“Death After Brunch” – Thinking about being in a relationship, Isabella wants Galavant to try to impress her parents with attentive small talk, but he’s confident that breaking everyone out of prison will impress them and save them from certain death. Galavant gets his opportunity for a hero moment when King Richard challenges his brother to a duel and needs a champion to fight for him, on “Galavant,” airing SUNDAY, JANUARY 25 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“It’s All In the Executions” – Galavant enlists King Richard in a plot to kill Kingsley before the duel… but ends with a drunken whimper. Will Gareth kill King Richard in the duel? Will Galavant rescue everyone? Will Madalena find a new “boy toy?” The answers are very different from what you expect, on “Galavant,” airing SUNDAY, JANUARY 25 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Galavant” stars Joshua Sasse as Galavant, Timothy Omundson as King Richard, Vinnie Jones as Gareth, Mallory Jansen as Madalena, Karen David as Isabella and Luke Youngblood as Sid.

Guest starring on “Death After Brunch” are Sophie McShera as Gwynne, Ben Presley as Jester, Darren Evans as Chef, Stanley Townsend as King of Valencia, Genevieve Allenbury as Queen of Valencia, Rutger Hauer as Kingsley, Anthony Head as Galavant’s father, Harry Collett as Young Galavant, Kemaal Deen-Ellis as Prince Harry and Andrew Sweet as Guard Bueller. “Death After Brunch” was written by Scott Weinger and directed by Chris Koch.

Guest starring on “It’s All In the Executions” are Sophie McShera as Gwynne, Ben Presley as Jester, Darren Evans as Chef, Stanley Townsend as King of Valencia, Genevieve Allenbury as Queen of Valencia, Rutger Hauer as Kingsley, Kemaal Deen-Ellis as Prince Harry, Tim Plester as Executioner, Daniel Hoffmann-Gill as Pirate #1, Martin Collins as Pirate #2 and Adam Loxley as Pirate #3. “It’s All In the Executions” was written by Kristin Newman and directed by Chris Koch.

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