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The Mummy Animated Series on Peacock TV: Is It Worth Watching?

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Did you understand The Mummy franchise had itself an animated collection? We didn’t both. The release of Peacock TV introduced that little nugget to our consideration, so we made up our minds to offer it an eye to look the way it holds up just about 20 years later. You can watch both seasons of the series here for free, or you’ll watch this Season 1 sum-up “movie” The Mummy: Quest for the Lost Scrolls to get stuck up at the journey like we did. Then once more, perhaps you must simply skip this access within the Universal Monsters film franchise altogether. You’ll need to concentrate together with our newest podcast episode to look if the collection is even value your time.

If you’re new to our podcast target market, Saturday Mourning Cartoons is part of the Collider Factory podcast community underneath the curated Collider Weekly checklist. If you wish to have to give a boost to the podcast, and lend a hand us to convey authentic animation into the arena, you’ll achieve this at our Patreon page and by means of subscribing on YouTube. You can in finding all of our earlier and proceeding episodes on Podbean, iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or your favourite iOS or Android app.

And in case you have any animated film or TV comparable questions for us, please suggest a title to review here, name us on the cool animated film hotline: 202-681-4406, or drop us a line at saturdaymourningcartoons@gmail.com. You too can touch us thru Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, or achieve out at once @DrClawMD and @seanpaulellis.



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