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Tut - Season 1

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A mini-series concentrating on the youngest Pharaoh to rule Ancient Egypt.
Actors:
Ben Kingsley,  Avan Jogia,  Sibylla Deen,  Alexander Siddig
Director:
David Von Ancken
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Release:
IMDb:
7.1
Quality:
HD
Duration:
90 min
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New York Daily News
Meanwhile, the soap keeps generating suds, while Kingsley plays it solemn and serious.
July 17, 2015
Philadelphia Daily News
Three nights' worth of Tut became a slog, some of it through copious amounts of spurting blood.
July 20, 2015
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The three-night six-hour miniseries... offers occasionally beautiful production design, but mostly Tut serves soggy melodrama that embraces every boy-to-king cliche one might imagine.
July 16, 2015
Hollywood Reporter
The series is so devoid of any real riches, it should be hosted by Geraldo.
July 20, 2015
We Got This Covered
Suitably blood-drenched and lavish, but narratively hollow, Spike's new mini-series Tut is about as slow moving as the titular boy king's mummified corpse, and feels just as fresh.
July 17, 2015
Media Life
The good special effects, interiors and locations help keep our heads in the past, as do the actors' committed performances. In a better world, destiny, the gods and opportunity would have given the actors a better way to use their talent.
July 16, 2015
Shadow and Act
Tut has all of the makings for a powerful re-entry into scripted programming for Spike TV, unfortunately the series falls short, giving it more of a soap opera feel, than the epic saga that I'd hoped for.
April 12, 2017
Screen Rant
Tut's cast is comprised of young actors with matinee-idol good looks that makes for a consistently attractive viewing experience, nonetheless hampered by an undeniable superficial quality.
July 20, 2015
Oregonian
Despite some handsome visuals, colorful costumes and more eyeliner than in an entire season of RuPaul's Drag Race, Tut is as dry as the desert air.
July 17, 2015
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