Tutenstein is an American children's animated television series, produced by Porchlight Entertainment for Discovery Kids based on the comics by Jay Stephens. The half-hour series features young mummy Tutankhensetamun (based on real-life Tutankhamun and usually called "Tutenstein" as in the title) Original network: Discovery Kids. Neuenstein borders in the north on the community of Knüllwald (in the Schwalm-Eder-Kreis), in the east on the community of Ludwigsau, in the south on the towns of Bad Hersfeld and Kirchheim (all in Hersfeld-Rotenburg), in the southwest on the community of Oberaula, and in the west on the town of Schwarzenborn (both in the Schwalm-Eder .
Kasia Szpakowska served as a consultant to the series. Common Sense Media gave the show a rating of 3 stars out of 5, saying "The character of Tut is amusing, with his combination of childishness and egotism, and his interaction with Cleo and Luxor can be quite funny. The resolutions of the stories are fairly predictable — Tut uses his powers for good to help his friends, and harmony is restored — but the situation is unusual enough to keep the show fresh.
Its educational children's programming, the attempt of an educational station to compete with more popular stations. Each episode incorporates some educational tidbits: Unfortunately, the learning gets a bit mixed up with all the other nonsense. There's no Brendan Fraser or Rachel Weisz here, but the humorous dialogue — and the inclusion of a talking cat — should be a winner among younger viewers.
After the series ended, reruns continued to air until December 31, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of Tutenstein characters. List of Tutenstein episodes. Archived from the original on Neuenstein is a community in Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse , Germany. Neuenstein borders in the north on the community of Knüllwald in the Schwalm-Eder-Kreis , in the east on the community of Ludwigsau , in the south on the towns of Bad Hersfeld and Kirchheim all in Hersfeld-Rotenburg , in the southwest on the community of Oberaula , and in the west on the town of Schwarzenborn both in the Schwalm-Eder-Kreis.
The abbot at Hersfeld founded a monastery here in , although this moved to Blankenheim, now an outlying centre of Bebra , in The community of Salzesberg had its first documentary mention in There is however a document from about this place, but its authenticity is in dispute.
All other places had their first documentary mentions in the 12th and 13th centuries. Only in was the castle restored by Simon von Wallenstein. The above-named constituent communities merged into the new greater community of Neuenstein with effect from 1 January , with the exception of Obergeis, which was only merged, forcibly, in the course of municipal reform on 1 August He is often visited by Cleo and Luxor.
A very rude and egotistical mummy. He lived a spoiled and lazy life and had a best friend Nutka. The two would often trick the other children in Egypt or come up with scams to steal things such as honeycakes and toys.
While it is unknown how he died, the introduction sequence portrays Tut playing with the Scepter and being plunged into darkness. However, he has mentioned on at least one occasion that he got sneezy before he died, showing he may have succumbed to disease.
Other sources indicate he may have been assassinated. In the movie "The Clash of the Pharaohs" its revealed he died while saving Nepka Another friend from a tomb that was collapsing in which he was crushed to death.
Though it's revealed that Tutenstein died under falling rocks, his body is extremely in tact, which means he wasn't crushed to death. So it's entirely possible to believe that he died from head trauma, but it's just as likely he might have suffocated or bled to death.
It's also possible that he temporarily survived the accident but died from infection as Tut mentions that he fell ill prior to his death. He often has trouble with gods or ancient scripts.
Despite his flaws, Tutankensetamun is shown to be rather intelligent, which is clearly shown when he rewrites Cleo's ancient Egyptian assessment and earning her an "A" and the way he uses reverse psychology and trickery in order to outwit the god Set and his minions. Each episode incorporates some educational tidbits:
Tut also owns a variety of items, including 'Shabitis', His 'Shakey' and other things found in his 'storage room'.