Charisma Carpenter In Skintight Leather For LEGEND OF THE SEEKER


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Did the words ‘skintight leather’ get your attention?  Take a look at the first pics of Buffy/Angel alum, Charisma Carpenter in her role as Triana, a ‘feisty Mord-Sith warrior woman” in “Legend of the Seeker”s premiere episode.  Check her out in action in the trailer below.

Look out for other stars this next season: Tabrett Bethell in a regular role as a Mord-Sith woman and Aimee Teegarden (Friday Night Lights) guest starring as a Confessor.

“Legend of the Seeker” is a syndicated TV series adapted from Terry Goodkind’s “Sword of Truth” novels.  ABC produces this series with Sam Raimi, Robert Tapart, Joshua Donen, Ned Nalle and Kenneth Biller as executive producers.

legend-of-the-seeker-bannerHere’s a quick summary:

In the province known as Westland, a wizard reveals to ordinary woodsman Richard Cypher the truth: that he is a child of prophecy, the first true Seeker the world has known in a thousand years, destined to wield the powerful Sword of Truth and defeat the evil tyrant Darken Rahlan.

The fantasy series follows the adventures of Richard Cypher (Craig Horner), a wizard named Zeddicus Zu’l Zorander (Bruce Spence), and a mysterious woman named Kahlan Amnell (Bridget Regan) in their efforts to prevent Darken Rahl (Craig Parker) from conquering the world.

Sneak peek at Season 2:

Teaser for the series:

Legend of the Seeker” premieres with its second season on November 7th.

Catch full episodes of the show on .  The first season will be out on DVD on October 13th.


If you haven’t given this series a chance yet, you should!  It’s got an amazing production value for a television series with state of the art special effects, cinematic quality to every shot, and the fantastic backdrop of New Zealand.  So if you like sword fights, magic, and hot chicks, this is your show!

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Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
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