1967: Rocket Robin Hood, a space-age version of the Robin Hood legend, where he and his band of Merry Spacemen live in the year 3000 on Sherwood Asteroid and fight the evil Sheriff who rules the space territory of N.O.T.T. (Trillium / Steve Krantz Production)
1984–1986: Robin of Sherwood, a fantasy-style British television series starring Michael Praed and later Jason Connery as Robin. The series set the template for many of the adaptations that followed, most notably the introduction of a Saracen (Muslim) outlaw and the move to a grittier tone.
1986: Ivanhoe Animated TV movie with Robert Coleby providing the voice of Robin Hood.
1988: Storybook Classics: Robin Hood. Animated
1989–1994: Maid Marian and her Merry Men, a British children's TV show, rewrote the legend somewhat, with Marian as the dynamic leader of the resistance against Prince John, Robin as her thick-headed, cowardly, buffoonish figurehead, and Nottingham as John's put-upon, sarcastic enforcer.
1990–1992: Robin Hood no Daibōken (Japanese: ロビンフッドの大冒険), a Japanese animated series developed by Tatsunoko Productions, tells a version of the story in which Robin and his men (and women), as well as Maid Marian, are — in majority — children. This version also incorporates several fantasy elements, mainly expressed in mystic powers of the nature and a powerful treasure protected by the forest Sherwood itself. The whole series contains strong environmental messages.
1991: Young Robin Hood, an animated series developed by Cinar and Hanna-Barbera, tells a version of the story in which Robin and his men, as well as Maid Marian, are teenagers. This version also incorporates several fantasy elements. For example, Robin is sometimes assisted by a forest-dwelling old woman who knows magic.
1993: Mel Brooks's Robin Hood: Men in Tights spoofs both the 1938 and the 1991 films and recycles bits from his short-lived late-1975 Robin Hood TV sitcom When Things Were Rotten. Cary Elwes plays Robin in the movie, and Patrick Stewart appears in the ending, spoofing Sean Connery's take on King Richard.
1997: Ivanhoe, a TV mini-series featuring Aden Gillett as Robin of Locksley.
1999: The children's series Back to Sherwood featured a teenage descendant of Robin ("Robyn Hood") who discovers she has the power to travel back in time, and joins with the children of her ancestor's band (Joan Little, Phil Scarlet, etc.).
2006–2009: Robin Hood, a BBC One television series, produced by Tiger Aspect. It was first broadcast as thirteen-episode series in the UK from October to December 2006, with a second series following in 2007, and third in 2009. Jonas Armstrong stars in the title role.
2007: Splitting the Arrow. Sometime in the 12th Century, a Documentary Crew entered Sherwood Forest in search of a legend. This is what followed. Calvert Tooley plays Robin Hood.
2007: Robin Hood: Quest for the King. Animated Robin Hood tale
Since Robin Hood is a character in the public domain, there is no restriction on his use. Thus, he has often appeared in other series that do not necessarily revolve around the legend, particularly in cartoons or a science fiction and fantasy setting.
The Muppet Show did their version of Robin Hood for one episode with Kermit the Frog as the titular character, Fozzie Bear as Little John, Gonzo the Great as the Sheriff of Nottingham with guest star Lynn Redgrave as Maid Marion. The show takes an unusual twist mid-way when Miss Piggy, jealous that Redgrave is the leading lady instead of her (gets a consolation role as "Sister Tuck" as opposed to Friar Tuck); kidnaps her, locks her up in her dressing room and unsuccessfully takes her place during the rescue scene, to which Kermit and his Merry Men end up saving Redgrave.
1982: In The Smurfs cartoon series, there was a second season episode titled "The Adventures of Robin Smurf", where Vanity Smurf took the role of Robin Hood and Smurfette was Maid Marian.
1984: The UK kids' cartoon series DangerMouse launched their sixth season of the show with a spoof titled "Once Upon A Timeslip", in which the narrator discovered his voice controlled the on-screen antics, and who then put DangerMouse and his assistant Penfold through a comic adventure as Robin Hood and Little John.
1988: ALF Tales, has an episode called "Robin Hood", where the cast fights for the right to promote their swing band, Ye Merry Men.
1990: The Tiny Toon Adventures episode "Weirdest Story Ever Told" featured a segment titled "Robin Hare". This version featured Buster as the title character and Montana Max as the "Sheriff of Naughty Ham". A book loosely based on the episode was also released, possibly as "Buster Hood".
1991: The episode of Captain N: The Game Master "Misadventures in Robin Hood Woods" had the heroes from the show aid Robin in defeating Prince John and rescuing Maid Marian.
1993: The Ren and Stimpy Show short Robin Höek had Ren Höek and Stimpy recreate the story of Robin Hood with Ren as Robin Hood and Stimpy as everyone else. Though it was a story Stimpy read, it ended as a nightmare for Ren.
1994: Keroppi The Sanrio anime Keroppi (Kero Kero Keroppi) has a Robin Hood episode, in which the cast reenacts the legend.
1997: In an episode of Cutey Honey Flash, one of the forms Honey takes in that episode is Robin Hood Honey.
1999: The Blackadder Millennium Special Back & Forth featured Robin Hood much like the recurring character Lord Flashheart, with similar boisterous personas and the same actor (Rik Mayall), with Kate Moss as Maid Marian. In his role, he proclaims his Merry Men have "strong muscle tone and are not gay!" though his Merry Men later betray and kill him after Blackadder convinced them that their purpose of Stealing from the Rich and Giving to the Poor is ultimately pathetic.
2005: Charmed episode 7.14, "Carpe Demon", an ex-demon named Drake uses his powers to turn himself and the sisters into Robin Hood, Maid Marion, and Robin's merry men. A sorcerer casts a spell on Drake making him believe that he is Robin Hood and that Phoebe is Maid Marion.
2013: Robin Hood (played as above by Maguire) appears in the "Forget Me Not" episode of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland in which Will Scarlett joins the Merry Men. Scarlett is the real name of "The Knave", a lead character in the Wonderland series.