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 Powerful One - When Tut's unknowing subjects fail to build him a pyramid on demand, his complaints accidentally summon lioness-goddess Sekhmet, protector of Pharaohs, who begins a vengeful rampage against humanity. It's up to Tut, Cleo and Luxor to stop her.
Boat of Millions of Years - Tutenstein wishes he could control the rising and the setting of the sun -- and when he can't make the sun rise the next day, he sets out to make things right again. In the end (after Tut completes the legendary night-journey of the sun god Re), our hero learns that sometimes you have to watch out what you wish for.
107: King of Memphis - When Tutenstein learns about Memphis (Tennessee), he wants to visit what he thinks is the ancient Egyptian city. Once there, he hears of another King in town and sets out to confront the pretender to his throne. Tut soon learns not to act hastily without knowing the consequences -- it can be dangerous, and he promises that in the future, he'll look before he leaps -- and hopefully he will.
There’s Something about Natasha - When Tutenstein gets a crush on Cleo's best friend Natasha, he summons the ancient Egyptian patron god of children, Bes, to help him win her heart. Tut soon learns that you can't make someone like you through trickery or magic.