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Under Madalena and Wormwood's spell, the zombie army revolts against Galavant. Meanwhile, Richard goes after Wormwood. Elsewhere, Gareth tries to reason with Madalena, but she is driven to learn how Galavant and the crew are shipwrecked thanks to bad advice, and their overland trek back to Richard's kingdom leads to a bar in West Hollow-wood then to a fortune teller. There were lots of major announcements at DC FanDome Check out everything you missed in our news roundup. Read more. Evie, a risk-averse quality-control assessor falls for free-spirited thrill seeker Xavier only to find out he lives his life that way because he believes the apocalypse is coming.
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Galavant is an American musical fantasy comedy television series , created and written by Dan Fogelman , with music and lyrics by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater. The first season consisted of eight episodes which aired over four weeks, with two episodes back-to-back each week. The series was renewed for a second season of ten episodes on May 7, , which premiered on January 3, , following the same airing scheme as the first season. Galavant is a dashing knight, down on his luck, determined to reclaim his reputation and his "Happily Ever After" by going after the evil King Richard, who ruined it the moment he kidnapped the love of Galavant's life, Madalena. Galavant is assisted by his squire, Sid, and the lovely Princess Isabella, whose kingdom of Valencia has been conquered by Richard. Meanwhile, the malevolent but weak-willed Richard tries to win over the scheming Madalena and seeks help from his brawny henchman, Gareth, and his chef, Vincenzo. The episodes chronicle Galavant's journeys and the twists and turns that go along with them through musical numbers composed and written by Menken and Slater. They participate in a joust, visit Sid's hometown, are captured by pirates, and make a stop with a band of singing monks before finally being captured by Richard and Gareth as they try to infiltrate the castle to rescue Madalena, who, it turns out, doesn't want or need to be rescued.