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The Mummy: Secrets of the Medjai


No. of episodes


Run time

30 minutes


Kids' WB!


Stephen Sommers


Greg Klein
Thomas Pugsley
Steven Melching


Eddy Houchins
Dick Sebast

Executive producer(s)

Diane A.Crea


John Schneider
Grey DeLisle
Chris Marquette
Tom Kenny
Jim Cummings


1936 A.D


Rise of Imhotep era

First aired

September 29, 2001

Last aired

June 7, 2003

The Mummy: Secrets of the Medjai is an animated television series produced by Universal Animation Studios to capitalize on the success of The Mummy Returns.

It premiered on Kids' WB! on the WB network on September 29, 2001. The characters and plot were derived from the film, but the series could not replicate its success. The poor quality of the animation disappointed fans of the special effects-laden movie. It was retooled and rechristened The Mummy: Secrets of the Medjai for its second season, which began on February 15, 2003. Although the quality is considered to have improved between the first and second seasons, the show failed to find an audience and was cancelled on June 7, 2003. Reruns of the show air on Toon Disney. The entire series was released on DVD in America R1 in three volumes on July 22, 2008.


The series consists of twenty-six episodes. Seasons 1 and 2. The series episodes span from the travels in Egypt to around the world, reaching locales such as tropical islands, China, and even New York.

The series follows the O'Connell family as they travelled the world, being pursued by Imhotep and his newfound lackey, Colin Weasler, all while trying to take an ancient wristband known as the Manacle of Osiris off of Alex O'Connell's wrist. Their chase across the globe took them to find the Scrolls of Thebes, which would remove the Manacle, though the Scrolls were all destroyed so that Imhotep would not possess the Manacle. In the second season, Alex began to train as a Medjai so as to combat the mummy, running into various other threats as he trained.

Season IEdit

The first season showed the travels of the O'Connells as they escaped Imhotep's grip and sought out the Scrolls of Thebes.

Episode Title Airdate Prod. #
1. "The Summoning" September 29, 2001 101
2. "A Candle in the Darkness" October 6, 2001 102
3. "Against the Elements" October 13, 2001 103
4. "The Deep Blue Sea" October 20, 2001 104
5. "Eruption" October 27, 2001 105
6. "Orb of Aten" November 3, 2001 106
7. "The Black Forest" November 10, 2001 107
8. "The Cloud People" November 17, 2001 108
9. "Fear Itself" December 1, 2001 109
10. "The Boy Who Would Be King" December 8, 2001 110
11. "Howl" February 2, 2002 111
12. "The Puzzle" February 9, 2002 112
13. "The Maze" February 16, 2002 113

Season IIEdit

The second season began to show Alex's commencement of training to be a Medjai while facing other dangers.

Episode Title Airdate Prod. #
14. "A New Beginning (1)" February 15, 2003 114
15. "A New Beginning (2)" February 22, 2003 115
16. "The Dark Medjai" March 1, 2003 116
17. "Like Father Like Son" March 8, 2003 117
18. "A Fair To Remember" March 15, 2003 118
19. "The Enemy of My Enemy" March 22, 2003 119
20. "The Cold" March 29, 2003 120
21. "Time Before Time" April 12, 2003 121
22. "Spring of Evil" April 26, 2003 122
23. "Trio" May 10, 2003 123
24. "Old Friends" May 17, 2001 124
25. "Just Another Piece of Jewelry" May 31, 2003 125
26. "The Reckoning" June 7, 2003 126


Voice castEdit

Video GamesEdit

On November 21, 2002, Ubisoft released a 2D platforming video game based on the series for the GameBoy Advance system. Hip Games later released a 3D action-adventure game for PC and Playstation 2 on October 1, 2004. However, the game was not released outside of Europe.

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