José do Egito (Joseph of Egypt) is a miniseries biblical Brazilian produced by RecordTV, distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment originally aired from 30 January to 9 October 2013. Written by Vivian de Oliveira and with general direction of Alexandre Avancini, directed by Vivianne Jundi, Hamsa Wood and arm Manente, José do Egito is the fourth biblical miniseries produced by RecordTV, succeeding The Story of Esther (2010), Samson and Delilah (2011) and King David (2012). Initially planned to be displayed in 28 chapters due to the good reception of the public was reissued and displayed in 38 chapters.

José do Egito - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Portuguese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-01-30

José do Egito - Milagres de Jesus - Netflix

Milagres de Jesus (English: The Miracles of Jesus) is a Brazilian television series produced and broadcast by RecordTV. It premiered on January 22, 2014 and ended on February 24, 2015. It was the fifth biblical miniseries produced by RecordTV, succeeding José do Egito. Each episode of the series, had an estimated cost of R$900,000.

José do Egito - Synopsis - Netflix

Thrilling stories are presented, with captivating plots about the struggles biblical characters are confronted with. Each episode seeks to give teachings of love, hope, courage and perseverance from people who, through faith, received the Miracles Of Jesus.

José do Egito - References - Netflix