Production info

Isis & Osiris
USA, 2001  TV  

TV-series MythQuest

Christopher Jacot, Meredith Henderson


Double episode (#9 and #10) of the television series "MythQuest" which ran for 13 episodes. MythQuest features two teen characters, Alex Bellows and his wheelchair bound sister Cleo. They have discovered a wondrous secret that could unravel the cosmic struggle between good and evil. A computer screen functions as a gateway to the kingdom of myths, a gateway into which their own father, a celebrated archeologist, has disappeared. Now on a quest to find him, Alex and Cleo must test their own heroism as they cross into a cyberworld of mythic imagination. In this double episode Alex goes into an Egyptian myth and look for the sarcophagus Cleo saw her father by in her vision. Once there, Alex finds himself as Osiris, the king of the Egyptian gods. Unfortunately, he arrives right in the middle of a plot by his jealous brother Seth to kill him and discovers the very thing he is looking for is the thing he must stay away from if he wants to stay alive!

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