The CW has announced that limited series Labyrinth will debut on Thursday, May 22nd. In addition, the network has decided on finale dates for their series: The Tomorrow People (May 5th), Star-Crossed (May 12th), The Originals (May 13th), Arrow (May 14th), The Vampire Diaries (May 15th), Hart of Dixie (May 16th), Supernatural (May 20th), and The 100 (June 11th).
Here are the details:
THE CW SETS SEASON FINALE DATES AND KICKS OFF SUMMER WITH FOUR-HOUR EVENT SERIES “LABYRINTH”
LABYRINTH Makes Its Broadcast Television Premiere Across Two Nights on Thursday, May 22 and Friday, May 23 on The CW
The CW Unveils Finale Dates For All Series
February 26, 2014 (Burbank, CA) – The CW today announced the broadcast television premiere of the four-hour event mini-series LABYRINTH, airing across two consecutive nights on Thursday, May 22 (8:00-10:00pm ET) and concluding Friday, May 23 (8:00-10:00pm ET). Filmedon-location in the medieval town of Carcassonne in southwest France and Cape Town, South Africa, the historical mini-series jumps back and forth between modern and medieval France as it follows the lives of two women who are separated by centuries, but united in their search for the Holy Grail. LABYRINTH features a multi-national and award-winning cast, including John Hurt, Sebastian Stan, Jessica Brown-Findlay, Vanessa Kirby and Tom Felton. The series is an adaption of Kate Mosse’s New York Times best-seller and multi-million selling, international hit adventure/thriller novel of the same title.
In addition to the LABYRINTH broadcast dates this May, The CW also announced the season finale dates for its series, as follows:
Monday, May 5: THE TOMORROW PEOPLE (9:00-10:00pm)
Monday, May 12: STAR-CROSSED (8:00-9:00pm)
Tuesday, May 13: THE ORIGINALS (8:00-9:00pm)
Wednesday, May 14: ARROW (8:00-9:00pm)
Thursday, May 15: THE VAMPIRE DIARIES (8:00-9:00pm) and REIGN (9:00-10:00pm)
Friday, May 16: HART OF DIXIE (9:00-10:00pm).
Tuesday, May 20: SUPERNATURAL (9:00-10:00pm)
Wednesday, June 11: THE 100 (9:00-10:00pm)
In Carcassonne, France, in the year 1209, 17-year-old Alaïs (Jessica Brown-Findlay, “Downton Abbey,” “Misfits”), is given a mysterious book by her father; a book which he claims contains the secret of the true Grail. Although Alaïs cannot understand the book’s strange words and labyrinth symbols, her father instructs her to protect the book no matter what happens to him. Alaïs realizes that her destiny lies in keeping the secret of the labyrinth safe. Eight centuries later, at an archeological dig in the French Pyrenees, a young volunteer named Alice Tanner (Vanessa Kirby, “The Hour,” “Great Expectations”) discovers two skeletons in a forgotten cave. Puzzled by the labyrinth symbol carved into the rock, she realizes she’s disturbed something that was meant to remain hidden. Somehow, a link to a horrific past – Alice’s own past – has been revealed.
In addition to Brown-Findlay and Kirby, LABYRINTH features a multi-national cast which includes two-time Oscar(R) nominee, three-time BAFTA Award winner and Golden Globe(R) winner John Hurt (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”), Sebastian Stan (“Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Gossip Girl”), Tom Felton (the “Harry Potter” films, “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”), Oscar(R), BAFTA and Golden Globes(R) nominee Janet Suzman (“Nicholas and Alexandra,” “Midsomer Murders”), multi-award winner Claudia Gerini (“The Passion of the Christ,” “Under the Tuscan Sun”), Katie McGrath (“Merlin,” “Red Mist”), Emun Elliott (“Game of Thrones,” “Black Death”) and Tony Curran (“The Pillars of the Earth,” “The Adventures of Tintin”).
A four-hour event mini-series, LABYRINTH is produced by Tandem Communications (“Crossing Lines,” “World Without End,” “The Pillars of the Earth”), Scott Free Films (“The Good Wife,” “The Andromeda Strain”) and Film Afrika Worldwide (“Dark Tide,” “Endgame”) in association with Universal Production Partners (UPP). Producing for Tandem is Moritz Polter (“Crossing Lines,” “The Lost Future”). LABYRINTH, adapted by award-winning writer Adrian Hodges (“Primeval,” “My Week with Marilyn”),is directed by Christopher Smith (“Black Death,” “Triangle”).
What do you think? Will you watch Labyrinth? How about any of the season finales?