Cleopatra 2525
Cleopatra 2525 - The Complete Series
Title: Cleopatra 2525
Format: Live-Action
Running time: 30 min.
country: USA
Network: Syndication
Seasons: 2
Episodes: 28
Production company: Renaissance Pictures
Executive producers: R.J. Stewart; Robert G. Tapert; Sam Raimi;
Producers: Sam Clark; Michael MacDonald; Sally Campbell
Principal cast: Gina Torres; Victoria Pratt; Jennifer Sky; Patrick Kake
Air dates
First aired: January 22nd, 2000
Last aired: March 5th, 2001

Cleopatra 2525 is an American science fiction television series that aired in syndication for two seasons, from January, 2000 to March, 2001. The show was created by Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and R.J. Stewart and produced by Renaissance Pictures. It stars Gina Torres, Victoria Pratt and Jennifer Sky, who plays the main character, Cleo. The premise of the show follows the journey of Cleo - a 20th century exotic dancer who is thrust 500 years into the future where she joins a team of freedom fighters led by a woman named Hel and a warrior named Sarge.

Episodes Edit

Season One Edit

Episode Title Airdate
1x1 Quest for Firepower January 22nd, 2000
1x2 Creegan January 29th, 2000
1x3 Flying Lessons February 5th, 2000
1x4 Mind Games February 7th, 2000
1x5 Home February 19th, 2000
1x6 Rescue February 26th, 2000
1x7 Run Cleo Run March 1st, 2000
1x8 Choices March 11th, 2000
1x9 Perceptions April 15th, 2000
1x10 Trial and Error April 22nd, 2000
1x11 Double April 24th, 2000
1x12 Last Stand May 6th, 2000
1x13 Hel and Highwater (Part 1) May 13th, 2000
1x14 Hel and Highwater (Part 2) May 20th, 2000

Season Two Edit

Episode Title Airdate
2x1 The Watch October 7th, 2000
2x2 Baby Boom October 14th, 2000
2x3 Brain Drain October 21st, 2000
2x4 Mauser's Day Out November 4th, 2000
2x5 Reality Check November 11th, 2000
2x6 Pod Whisperer November 18th, 2000
2x7 Out of Body November 25th, 2000
2x8 Juggernaut Down December 2nd, 2000
2x9 Truth Be Told February 3rd, 2001
2x10 In Your Boots February 5th, 2001
2x11 The Soldier Who Fell from Grace February 12th, 2001
2x12 No Thanks for the Memories February 24th, 2001
2x13 Noir or Never March 4th, 2001
2x14 The Voice March 5th, 2001

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • Leading actress Gina Torres also performed the opening theme song for the series.

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