Cunning plans and cutting comedy as the Blackadder dynasty plot their way through British history.
|Specials||June 1982||June 2023||30|
|Season 1 - The Black Adder||June 1983||July 1983||6|
|Season 2 - Blackadder II||January 1986||February 1986||6|
|Season 3 - Blackadder the Third||September 1987||October 1987||6|
|Season 4 - Blackadder Goes Forth||September 1989||November 1989||6|
|Season 1||June 1983||July 1983||6|
|Season 2||January 1986||February 1986||6|
|Season 3||September 1987||October 1987||6|
|Season 4||September 1989||November 1989||6|
|Name||Number of Episodes||Dates|
|Richard Curtis||27||06/20/1982 - 12/06/1999|
|Ben Elton||21||01/09/1986 - 12/06/1999|
|Rowan Atkinson||10||06/20/1982 - 07/20/1983|
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