When lightning strikes an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus in a museum, the mummy of a 10-year-old Pharaoh is brought back to life. Short in stature, but long on attitude, King Tut-ankh-en-set-amun believes he is the supreme ruler of the world. Join Tut and his friends – Cleo (a hip, 21st Century, 12-year-old girl) and Luxor (his faithful, talking-cat servant) – as Tut tries to regain his throne in a modern world.
The Awakening - Lightning strikes a museum and brings Pharaoh Tut-ankh-en-set-Amun back to life in the 21st century. So he gets a cat servant named Luxor and he makes a new friend Cleo Carter.
Curse of the Pharoah - Tut wants his ancient Egyptian games and toys back -- and when the rest of his tomb arrives in town, he sets out to get his stuff. However, Tut's selfish actions revive the famous Curse of the Pharaoh, spreading rumors of a vengeful mummy and creating monstrous problems for our hero. In the end, Tut learns to be less selfish, proving that his heart is both worthy and true.
Clash of the Shabtis - Cleo asks Tut to help clean the museum, but he decides to bring his shabtis (wooden tomb servant figurines) to life to do the job for him. When the shabtis get out of control, Tut must stop them before anyone else sees them and realizes magic is afoot.
I Did it My Way - After a frustrating day out in the world, Tut decides that he wants to change the world -- and with the help of the legendary Benu Bird, the world begins to resemble the ancient Egypt of Tut's past when he first became Pharaoh. The overly confident boy mummy soon learns that while it might be easy to tell others what to do, ruling is hard work and that good leadership must be learned over time.