Galavant Season 2

The Bingeables Podcast: ‘Galavant’ Season 2, Ep. 1-5

It’s a brand new season of Galavant! It may not have won an Emmy for its titular song in 2016 but Cancellation Bear can suck it. ChinLin gushes over Kylie Minogue’s guest starring performance song “Off With His Shirt.” We review the first half of season 2 of the medieval musical comedy Galavant!

Tune in to The Bingeables Podcast as co-hosts ChinLin and Isaac dive into the medieval musical comedy Galavant.

Warning: There will be spoilers!

Official summary

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. Princess Isabella and Galavant’s squire Sid join Galavant on his journey to save Madalena.

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 Alan Menken and Glenn Slater.


  • Joshua Sasse as Galavant
  • Timothy Omundson as King Richard
  • Karen David as Princess Isabella
  • Mallory Jensen as Queen Madalena
  • Vinnie Jones as Gareth
  • Luke Youngblood as Sid
  • Ben Presley as Jester
  • Darren Evans as Chef Vincenzo
  • Stanley Townsend as King of Valencia
  • Genevieve Allenbury as Queen of Valencia
  • Sophia McShera as Gwynne

Tune in now

Have you binged on Galavant? What are your thoughts on the show? Let us know in the comments or tweet us! And stay tuned for our next “Bingeables” episode.

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