Sinbad season 1
Sinbad is a new British TV series about the adventures of Sinbad-sailor. Native grandmother curses Sinbad and banishes his out of the house for his reckless actions, which led to the death of his brother. He left his native city of Basra, and went out to sea by the ship "Providence." Here, on a ship there are many colorful characters which he is surrounded by. Very soon they will find themselves in a difficult situation. Their befall the storm. And they will have to overcome their inner fears and make every effort for their own salvation. Ahead, there are many heroic journeys who are waiting for Sinbad. He must accept the challenge of destiny to absolve themselves of the curse of his grandmother.
Sinbad season 1 episodes list:
When a Basra street fight takes a terrible turn, Sinbad is placed under a curse by his grandmother Safia, until he atones for his sins. Sinbad can't stay on dry land for more than 24 hours. He stows away on the Providence, and after an attack by magical sea creatures he's left with Anwar, the ship's doctor; Gunnar, a Norse trader; Nala, a noblewoman on the run; Rina, a thief and the ship's Cook.
Trouble brews when Sinbad and the crew are taken prisoner by the Water Thieves and their fierce queen, Razia.
Sinbad is honest about his curse after the Providence is lost in a bet. They need to get the ship back fast with time running out.
Running low on water with Cook severely dehydrated, the crew find a strange old man on a deserted ship. They are unaware it is Death come to reclaim his bride, Nala, who ran away from their ritual wedding.
Gunnar and Sinbad are ambushed by a band of warriors known as the Khaima, who avenge injustices; they sentence Gunnar to death for his Viking past. Meanwhile, Taryn creates a magical stalker to hunt down Sinbad.
The tables end up being turned after it's Sinbad who requires rescuing. Following an encounter with a sea creature, he awakes in the company of his mysterious rescuer, Roisin. Roisin however, has come to steal the crew's memories.
Sinbad is back in Basra as he attempts to rescue his grandmother, unaware that it's really a trap that has been set by Akbari and Taryn.
A depressed Anwar starts to have doubts about his position in the group, until he makes an huge find while doing a spot of treasure hunting on an island, he finds a young woman named Kuji, who claims to be a deity, in a box.
Following Kuji's couldn't-be-vaguer musing that he must prepare for a big journey, Sinbad is eager to find out exactly what the future holds. Handily, a stone exists that predicts just that. Not so handily, the mythic MacGuffin is hidden away in a deadly maze protected by a group of guardsman known as the Order of the Stone and some poisonous darts.
Tiger is proving to be a worthy addition to the team. Not only does she have information on how to get to the Land of the Dead, but the bounty hunter has secured Sinbad and crew a lucrative deal to transport a professor to her desired destination. Hand luggage is permitted and hers is a giant egg.
Sinbad and the gang make their way to a monastery in the hope that Tiger's friend, Brother Angelico, will point them in the right direction of the Land of the Dead – unsurprisingly, an awkward place to find. Wanting no part of the mission, Gunnar turns his hand to silk trading instead. Even that proves troublesome when the Providence's toughest crewmate falls for the charms of Lara, a new widower whose husband met a grisly end courtesy of the Fiend, a beast which, according to the islanders, comes with the wind. And it's about to get decidedly breezy…
On their way to the Land of the Dead, it is revealed that Taryn seeks the city to recover her daughter Alehna. The Providence arrives at the land, which is guarded by gigantic Guardians, who latch onto Sinbad.