The Bible is a television mini-series, produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, which is based on the Bible. It began March 3, 2013, airing weekly in primetime on the History Channel, culminating on March 31. Burnett considers the scripted 10-hour series to be the "most important" project he has undertaken.

The series covers "Genesis to Revelation" in "one grand narrative," within five two-hour parts, each containing two or three biblical stories told through live action and computer-generated imagery. According to Burnett, it included "obvious" stories such as Noah's Ark, the Exodus, and the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Five hours are taken from the Old Testament, five from the New. The series is based on the New International Version and the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible.    




"In the Beginning"

Noah tells of the Creation story and Fall while aboard the ark; Abrahamic covenant; the Battle of the Vale of Siddim; Hagar and Ismael; birth of Isaac; Abraham is tested; Sodom and Gomorrah; Moses learns of his roots, kills a soldier, and flees Egypt. 



God speaks to Moses through the burning bush; Moses returns to Egypt; ten Plagues of Egypt; Moses leads the Israelites in The Exodus; Moses parts the Red Sea; Moses receives the Ten Commandments at Mt. Sinai; Joshua becomes the leader of the Israelites; the Israelites camp outside of Jericho; Joshua sends spies into Jericho. 



Joshua, Samson, Judges 



Saul, David, Solomon 



Zedekiah, Nebuchadnezzar, Daniel, Jews return to Jerusalem 



Roman occupation, Birth of Christ, John the Baptist, Jesus and Peter 



Jesus' ministry & miracles, Pharasee, the Disciples 



Last supper, Judas, Peter's Denial, Nicodemus, Caiaphas 



Pilate, Crucifixion, Resurrection 



Jesus returns, Holy Spirit comes, Martyrdom of the Disciples, John survival and exile to Patmos, Revelation