Hop aboard and follow the Royal Navy adventures of Horatio Hornblower in this detailed and exciting TV movies series set during the days of Admiral Nelson. Life at sea during the Napoleonic Wars has never seemed so exciting as Hornblower battles the French and Spanish. We've reviews and pictures of the TV series starring Ioan Gruffudd and Robert Lindsay.

The Even

Horatio Hornblower has to not only battle seasickness and the French, but a bullying comrade as well.


The Examination
for Lieutenant

Horatio Hornblower makes an enemy of an admiral and faces his examination for lieutenant, but then the enemy attacks.


The Duchess
and the Devil

Horatio Hornblower finds himself captured by the Spanish - and with a duchess who may be an enemy spy.


The Frogs
and the Lobsters

Horatio Hornblower finds love and horror during the Quiberon expedition against France.


Horatio Hornblower finds himself involved in a mutiny against a naval legend and faces being executed if court martialled.


Horatio Hornblower and his fellow mutineers learn their fates over the mutiny against their tyrannical captain.


Horatio Hornblower is on half-pay and struggling until a dangerous mission near France is offered to him.



Horatio Hornblower marries, but his duty needs him to rescue a missing comrade and save England from a French invasion.


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