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Sinbad - Season 1 [WORK]

In the first few episodes: After two years at sea, Sinbad returns to his home, Baghdad. The city is very different from the Baghdad he remembers. It is now in the control of prince Casib and his grand vizier Admir. He lands himself in prison, where he is reacquainted with his older brother, Doubar, and discovers he is to be beheaded. When the princess is kidnapped, the Caliph of Baghdad says Sinbad is the only man he knows who is capable of facing Turok, the man who captured the princess. Before Sinbad is beheaded, Doubar comes to the rescue and sets him free. The brothers meet up with the rest of Sinbad's crew and proceed to Turok's lair, in search for Princess Adena. Sinbad tells his crew they need the help of his and Doubar's old mentor, Master Dim-Dim, so the crew head off for the Isle of Dawn, where he resides. They arrive at the island where they meet Dim-Dim and his new apprentice, Maeve, along with her avian companion, Dermott, a hawk. After the crew leaves the island, Dim-Dim is taken into magical limbo by an enemy. Many episodes in the two seasons mention Dim-Dim, however with the show being cancelled without making the third season, there is never any resolution for finding him. After Dim-Dim goes missing, Maeve decides to join Sinbad and his crew in their search for the lost Master. They find many adventures along the way. Sinbad and his crew's goodness of heart always shines through in each episode.

Sinbad - Season 1

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Maeve is a Celtic sorceress, who is skilled in the arts of magic. She has a fiery personality and initially does not get along well with Sinbad, but later they become soulmates. She was only featured in the first season. The first episode for season two has her swept off the Nomad in the midst of a tempest and it is later discovered that the long-lost wizard Dim-Dim took her away to protect her from Rumina, a sorceress, and a long-time foe of both Sinbad and Maeve.

Bryn, a mysterious woman with a talent for magic, was introduced in season two. She meets Sinbad when he is washed ashore on the island she stays on. She had previously been washed ashore on the same island, and retained no memory of who she was or why she was there, apart from that her name was Bryn. She wore a rainbow bracelet matching Sinbad's, and when the two of them eventually managed to find the rest of the crew and escape the island, a message from Dim-Dim indicated she was the key to victory, presumably over the vengeful sorceress, Rumina. In the planned third season, it would have revealed that Bryn is Rumina's younger sister.

Rumina is the daughter of Turok. She is the main villain of the first season. She loves Sinbad, but simultaneously hates him for murdering her father. Rumina is an expert in the dark arts of magic, which is easy to learn compared to light magic. Rumina is also obsessed with killing Maeve, something she never manages to accomplish. In the planned third season, Rumina would have made her return, it would have also revealed that Rumina is Bryn's older sister.

Scratch is a demon from the West. He calls himself the Devil and is a horned and hoofed creature. He goes by many different names, including the "Lord of the Flies". He is introduced in the episode "Conundrum" in season one and appears in two subsequent episodes.

In the opening of season two, Maeve is swept away during a storm. In his attempt to rescue her, Sinbad washes up on an island where he meets Bryn, who joins his crew. This season is darker in tone than season one, and explores the mystery of the rainbow bracelets.

Due to the success of the show, a third and final season was planned, but a contract dispute led to the series' cancellation. According to Ed Naha, had the third season been made, Rumina would return after a year of absence with a renewed desire to kill Sinbad. Bryn would have been infected with an incubus, and the crew takes her to a healer, believing him to be Dim Dim, only to find out it's actually a now deformed Turok, who would remain a neutral character throughout the season and possibly be the one who would destroy Rumina, thus; freeing Dermott from her spell. It would also reveal that Bryn is Turok's daughter and Rumina's younger sister. The series finale would have also put a close to the mystery of the Rainbow Bracelets.[3]

Another Netflix Original series is set to depart from Netflix globally in July 2021. All of the first season of Magi: Adventure of Sinbad is set to depart Netflix globally on July 7th, 2021 meaning your last day to watch is on July 6th.

The Adventures of Sinbad Fan Fiction Seasons was a virtual season fanfiction archive for The Adventures of Sinbad [1]. It was the first work created by lWo Fan Fiction Productions, with fifty-six episodes and three movies spanning three virtual seasons. Episodes included images, animated credits, and music clips as well as text and hyperlinks.

Best of Times, Worst of Times: A clip show concept revolving around the crew having to save a girl from a madman who has her held at knifepoint. This episode was actually written and released in rough draft form during our first attempt at season 4 before the season 3 revisions, but got scrapped when we restarted season 4 after the season 3 revisions.

Following the project's completion, the creative team sat down on March 8, 2007 for a discussion of its history[12]. Participants included executive producers Kent Simmons and Jose Estreda, and creative consultants Marissa Ramirez and Tracy Viader, with writer and executive producer Alexandra Clark and season 3 writer and creative consultant Bastet (Mrinda Jez) adding additional comments later.

Sinbad is an action, adventure, fantasy television series revolving around a Persian prisoner. The first season is the journey of crew of the Providence to an island, where they are captured by the followers of Razia.

David "Sinbad" Adkins is an American stand-up comedian and actor who voices Harold Smiley in the first season of Steven Universe. He was replaced by Colton Dunn for Season 2 and the remainder of the series due to his busy work schedule.

Walter OakesSinbad as Coach Walter Oakes.Character InformationGender:MaleOccupation/Career:Head Coach/Athletic Director, Hillman College Basketball/Track/Baseball/Football Teams Co-Director, Gilbert Hall DormitoryDorm Director, Matthews HallSeries InformationAppeared on:A Different WorldEpisodes appeared in:59 in Seasons 1-4First Episode:"Those Who Can't...Tutor" (Season 1)Last Episode:"To Be Continued" (Season 4)Played by:SinbadCoach Walter Oakes was a character who started out on A Different World as a recurring character in the show's first season, becoming a main character by Season 2. The part of Walter was played on the series by comedian/actor/TV personality and show host Sinbad.

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