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'Merlin' to make May magical on Syfy

Morgana's devious plots against King Arthur have been put on hold, at least temporarily.

Syfy has decided to hold the final five episodes of "Merlin" until May Sweeps month, debuting "With All My Heart," the episode originally scheduled to air this week, at 9 p.m. CT May 3. The network will broadcast new episodes every Friday though to the two-part series finale, "The Diamond of the Day," airing May 24 and 31.

In the last episode to air, "The Hollow Queen," we saw--spoiler alert!--Merlin (Colin Morgan) foil a plan by Queen Guinevere (Angel Coulby), who is under a spell by Morgana (Katie McGrath), to have Arthur (Bradley James) assassinated. What could possibly happen next?

The Brits already know, but we here in the States will have to wait to learn the fates of Camelot's king and queen and the young warlock who protects them. In the meantime, enjoy the behind-the-scenes photo above.

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