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For the direct-to-video pilot movie, see Young Hercules (movie).
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Young Hercules was a television series which aired for one season in 1998 to 1999. It focused on the adventures of Hercules in training at Cheiron's Academy.

In an age of light and darkness, Zeus, king of the gods, rules the universe.[1] He had a son – young Hercules. Half-god, half-man, young Hercules longs to find his place in the world, the father he's never known and what it means to be a hero. Before the man became legend, before the legend became myth came the greatest adventure of all.

–Series intro

CastEdit

Ian Bohen portrayed Hercules in the pilot movie.

CrewEdit

EpisodesEdit

  1. Young Hercules pilot movie
  2. "The Treasure of Zeus (Part 1)"
  3. "Between Friends (The Treasure of Zeus, Part 2)"
  4. "What a Crockery (The Treasure of Zeus, Part 3)"
  5. "Herc and Seek"
  6. "Girl Trouble"
  7. "Teacher's Pests"
  8. "Inn Trouble"
  9. "Keeping Up with the Jasons"
  10. "Amazon Grace"
  11. "Cyrano de Hercules"
  12. "Battle Lines: Part 1"
  13. "Battle Lines: Part 2"
  14. "Forgery"
  15. "No Way Out"
  16. "Ares on Trial"
  17. "Down and Out in Academy Hills"
  18. "Winner Take All"
  19. "A Serpent's Tooth"
  20. "Lure of the Lyre"
  21. "Fame"
  22. "Lyre, Liar"
  23. "A Lady in Hades"
  24. "The Mysteries of Life"
  25. "Dad Always Liked Me Best"
  26. "Herc's Nemesis"
  27. "Cold Feet"
  28. "Mommy Dearest"
  29. "In Your Dreams"
  30. "Sisters"
  31. "Golden Bow"
  32. "Home for the Holidays"
  33. "Cram-ped"
  34. "Con Ares"
  35. "Get Jason"
  36. "My Fair Lilith"
  37. "Hind Sight"
  38. "The Head That Wears the Crown"
  39. "Me, Myself and Eye"
  40. "The Skeptic"
  41. "Iolaus Goes Stag"
  42. "Adventures in the Forbidden Zone"
  43. "The Prize"
  44. "The Beasts Beneath"
  45. "Parents' Day"
  46. "A Life for a Life"
  47. "Under Siege"
  48. "Mila"
  49. "Apollo"
  50. "Ill Wind"
  51. "Valley of the Shadow"

DeitiesEdit

  1. Apollo
  2. Ares
  3. Artemis
  4. Athena
  5. Bacchus (Roman God)
  6. Discord
  7. Fatuus
  8. Hephaestus
  9. Hera
  10. Morpheus
  11. Strife
  12. Zeus

NotesEdit

  • Despite the series intro claiming that Zeus rules the universe, that is debatable within the franchise based on the presence of the Asgardian, Celtic, Sumerian, Egyptian and Hindu pantheons. Not to mention the existence of the Monotheistic God (One God) and various Angels.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 With the revelation of other pantheons in the Xenaverse, the overall importance of the Olympians is unclear. Hera claims that she and Zeus created humanity together, not simply the Greeks. When Aphrodite and Ares lost their immortality, the very concepts of love and war vanished from all peoples, not simply the Greeks. This seems to imply that the Olympians might be more important to humanity as a whole than the other deities, or it could be a coincidence that a handful of Olympians controlled such important aspects of existence.

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