The Bible

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The History Channel Premiered Mar 03, 2013 In Season

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The Bible

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Mark Burnett is producing this new project which combines live action with CGI and will launch in 2013.

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Season 1 : Episode 10

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  • Curious

    7.0
    I wonder why this was on the History Channel and not Sci-Fi...
  • Discrepancies

    10
    Though there are some discrepancies on some details (the sacrifice of abraham in episode 1), i think this series should be shown in chruch activities/gatherings :)
  • Very well made

    10
    I would think that making a mini series about the greatest book ever written would not be that easy. But it seems that they made it look easy. I really loved it.
  • Wonderful series

    9.5
    If one were to actually act a movie of the bible,it would actually take love every bit of these series,even though its summarized and some stories were skipped. I love the actor who portrayed Jesus. This series would surely touch lives especially does who don't know Jesus.
  • A nice clean view of the Holy Book

    10
    I was actually excited to watch this series because the actor who portrays Jesus, Diogo Morgado is Portuguese, and I was like, finally, we have another great portuguese actor who gets to be known by the international public (the first two are Joaquim de Almeida and Daniela Ruah), and what a part he had! I really liked the way he portrayed Jesus... of course, the rest of the characters were also very well played. The idea of casting less famous actors was a good decision, because like that, you don't get too distracted.



    From the Creation until the writing of the Book of Revelations, I was quite pleased to watch the series, and well, give it a 10.moreless
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