Theodosia is a new fantasy adventure television series that is inspired by the Theodosia series of children’s novels written by Robin L. LaFevers.
The show just premiered on HBO Max and is set in 1906, and revolves around a 14-year-old fearless girl named Theodosia Throckmorton, she is a smart girl who is very much curious and interested in every such thing that is related to Ancient Egypt. The show is directed by Matthias Hoene, Alex Jacob, and Matt Bloom.
The brand new family-oriented show features Theo finding out about Egyptian curses and magic that aren’t just tales but actually a reality, and with this astonishing disclosure, she ends up pushing her and her friends into a fight with a mysterious society committed to ruining the world as it presently exists.
Here’s what we know so far regarding HBO Max’s Theodosia. Read out the full article to catch up with all the updates.
What Is the Release Date of Theodosia?
On Thursday, March 10, 2022, Theodosia Season 1 aired on HBO Max.
As of now, nothing has been shared regarding when and where the show will air in the United Kingdom and an official announcement is awaited to confirm it.
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What Is the Storyline of Theodosia?
As per the official plot for Theodosia:
“Theodosia follows 14-year-old Theodosia Throckmorton, aka Theo, a smart, witty, supernaturally gifted teen girl who just wants to fit in and have a normal life. Theo’s life is anything but normal though.
The daughter of two intrepid Egyptologists excavating in the Valley of the Kings, Theo lives in the world-famous Museum of Legends and Antiquities in the heart of Edwardian London.
“When you live in a museum filled with cursed Egyptian artifacts, things can get weird and you just have to learn to roll with it. Theo, Henry, Will, and Safiya battle with ancient forces, dark magic, and comic chaos, all while trying to survive teenage life, get through school and save the world.”
Who Will Be Seen in the Cast of Theodosia?
Have a look at the cast of the first season of the series:
- Eloise Little to portray the role of Theodosia
- Frankie Minchella to portray the role of Henry
- Nana Agyeman-Bediako to portray the role of Will
- Yasmina El-Abd to portray the role of Safiya
- Rik Young to portray the role of Alistair Throckmorton
- Elisa Doughty to portray the role of Henrietta Throckmorton
- Momo Yeung to portray the role of Miss Krait
- Anthony J. Abraham to portray the role of Artie
- Charlie Cattrall to portray the role of Yaret the Chief Serpent
- Olivia Barrowclough to portray the role of Nigella
- Nahid Leadar to portray the role of Queen Hatshepsut
- Trine Thielen to portray the role of The Flautist
- Barbara Hellemans to portray the role of Living Mummy
- Berthe Tanwo Njole to portray the role of Florence
- Manzul Tavrus to portray the role of Aapep
- Salim Kissari to portray the role of Overseer
- Swan L’Haoua to portray the role of Safiya’s dad
- Axel Baille to portray the role of Serpent
- Patrick Scott Jeffries to portray the role of Dr. Thurber
An official trailer for the series was dropped by HBO Max. It features Theo finding out that ancient Egyptian magic is not a myth but real and that she has the capability of discovering that magic herself.
Though on digging up in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, Theo along with Henry, fall wander off and pitch over an ancient object known as the Eye of Horus which has capabilities of contending with evil.
Unrecognized to her, her magical powers and their findings of an ancient object leads to pushing her and her friends into a dangerous situation.
Here’s the link below to watch the trailer
We will keep you updated with all the latest information until then stay tuned.