I'm glad you're working on the website, and I'll make sure to update the review when your final design goes through, to reflect the changes. ^^
First off, the biggest problem I noticed when revisiting it was that there's a large bunch of text near the bottom of the page that isn't visible. It starts, "(The Truth Of It)," but I had to highlight it to read it.
I'm a bit different than some of the folks here, and I think that has to do with having a different viewing situation than some (I don't have internet access at home or work, so I can only go online once or twice per week for an hour or two each time). I prefer PDFs for many reasons: you can include graphics in them that might look bad/warped if placed on the webpage, you can use different fonts that some websites might not allow, you can keep a generically unfriendly color combination on the website but still have readable text in your story, you can include sound files, it's easier to read large chunks in PDFs (compared to trying to load a 500+ page 'Season One' website), they take up less pages in your web design, and they're easier for me to save to my hard-drive to read at home. So I'd ask that if you do decide to include episode pages, that you also keep up the PDFs.
Also, not a huge fan of the "City of York" button. In general, buttons should be used sparingly, and it's not neccesary there (or for every sub-header on the cast page, either, really). In general, I like to think that you don't need to remind the audience to wiki something we don't know about. I like to think that we're bright enough to do that on our own, just like we'd look up a term we were unfamiliar with, etc. So the link itself almost seems a little patronizing.
When it comes to the comment area, I'm not a fan of the 'comment here with everything' blog idea. And, since nobody else has commented, I doubt I'm the only one that is overwhelmed with trying to figure out what exactly you want us to write there.
It's all fiction, people. As much as the next one.
Also, I'm fairly...
There needs to be either an indent there, or an extra space between the paragraphs, just to make it look appropriate.
Finally, having white text on a black background can really hurt people's eyes, particularly if they don't have ideal eyesight. I get the feeling you're trying to go for, but perhaps a different color combination would make the pages more accessible while still allowing the mood of Warriors to come across.
Hope that stuff helps.