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Young Blades
Genre Action
Created by Dan Angel
Billy Brown
Written by Dan Angel
Directed by Richard Martin
Starring Tobias Mehler
Mark Hildreth
Zak Santiago
Robert Sheehan
Bruce Boxleitner
Composer(s) John Sereda
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Dan Angel
Editor(s) Graham Tucker
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Insight Film Studios
Original channel PAX
Original run 02010-01-23 January 23 – June 2, 2005 (2005-06-02)
Status Ended

Young Blades is an historical fantasy television series that aired on PAX (now Ion Television) from January to June 2005, lasting only thirteen episodes before cancellation. Set in 17th century France, it followed the adventures of four Musketeers:

Other main characters include the Musketeers' leader, Captain Duval; Queen Anne; Cardinal Mazarin; and a fifteen-year-old Louis XIV. The latter three characters are based on historical figures.

Despite its short-lived nature, it has developed something of a cult following.




The show consisted of thirteen episodes, shown in the following order.

# Episode title Air date
1 "Wanted" January 23, 2005
2 "Rub-a-Dub Sub" January 30, 2005
3 "Enchanted" February 13, 2005
4 "The Exile" February 20, 2005
5 "DaVinci's Notebook" March 13, 2005
6 "Secrets of the Father" March 20, 2005
7 "Four Musketeers and a Baby" April 12, 2005
8 "Coat of Arms" April 28, 2005
9 "The Girl from Upper Gaborski" May 5, 2005
10 "The Invincible Sword" May 12, 2005
11 "To Heir Is Human" May 19, 2005
12 "Chameleon" May 26, 2005
13 "Secrets" June 2, 2005

Young Blades (2001)

A movie of the same title was released in 2001. Starring Hugh Dancy, it followed the adventures of the Musketeers d'Artagnan, Porthos, Athos, and Aramis.

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