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A miniseries concentrating on the youngest Pharaoh to rule Ancient Egypt.
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2015  
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 Ay (3 episodes, 2015)
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 King Tutankhamun (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Ankhe (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Amun (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Suhad (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Ka (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Lagus (3 episodes, 2015)
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 General Horemheb (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Nahkt (3 episodes, 2015)
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 King Tushratta (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Young Tut / ... (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Chief Physician Dagi (3 episodes, 2015)
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 Sete (3 episodes, 2015)
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 General Yuya (2 episodes, 2015)
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 Herit (2 episodes, 2015)
Steve Chusak ...
 Paraneffer (2 episodes, 2015)
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 Priest of Sobek (2 episodes, 2015)
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"Tut" reveals, for the first time on television, the story of the Egyptian Pharaoh, one of the most renowned leaders in human history. This ambitious special-event series tells the story of Tut's rise to power and his struggle to lead Egypt to glory, while his closest advisors, friends and lovers scheme for their own nefarious interests. "Tut" opens up a fascinating window into a world filled with heart-breaking romance, epic battles, political backstabbing, conspiracy, jealousy, and even murder - proving his world was not far removed from our own - and that his reign as the youngest Egyptian king played out as a real-life drama for the ages. Written by D. Schwarz

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Boy. Rebel. King.


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19 July 2015 (USA)  »

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King Tut  »

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Avan Jogia and Kylie Bunbury starred in the television series "Twisted (2013)" together. See more »

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The Mitanni are shown as much darker than the Egyptians. This is unlikely: their kingdom was in what's now south-east Trukey, Northern Syria and Northern Iraq. See more »

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absolutely wonderful acting, well worth time to watch
31 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

Very refreshing to watch such a well written series, wonderful actors, believable sets, and story line. Wonderful to see that there is still some quality movie making instead of some of the dribble that is being made these days.

Hated to see it end but hope more historical dramas will be forthcoming. Made me want to read more about King Tut and that period. Would definitely recommend this, well worth time spent watching.

Enjoyed actors, especially the young man who played King Tut. Ben Kingsley portrayal was realistic and both of the young women were beautiful and well played.


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