Moon Knight is an American television miniseries created by Jeremy Slater for the streaming service Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics featuring the character of the same name. It is the sixth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to be produced by Marvel Studios, sharing continuity with the films of the franchise. Slater serves as a head writer with Mohamed Diab leading the directing team.
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Moon Knight (Season 1)
Genre: Action | Adventure | Thriller
Stars: Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy
Creator: MarvelStudios / Disney+
Language: Hindi DD5.1 + English (Dual Audio)
Quality: 1080p 720p 480p [WEB-DL]
Moon Knight Episode 1 – The Goldfish Problem
Steven Grant works at the British Museum in London where he hopes to become a tour guide using his knowledge of Ancient Egypt. After going to sleep one night, he wakes up in the Austrian Alps and witnesses a cult meeting led by Arthur Harrow, who demands a scarab Grant unknowingly has in his possession.
As he attempts to escape, he has several blackouts and hears a mysterious voice in his head before waking up in his home. Grant realizes that two days have passed since he went to sleep. He finds a hidden phone and keycard in his apartment and receives a call from the most frequent number in the phone’s call log, a woman named Layla who addresses him as Marc.
The next day at work, Grant is confronted by Harrow who reveals that he is a servant of the Egyptian goddess Ammit. Grant escapes from Harrow but is forced to remain at work that night on his own to make up for being late. Harrow summons a jackal-like creature to attack Grant, but his “reflection” asks to take control of their body. Grant agrees, transforming into a cloaked warrior who kills the jackal.
Moon Knight Episode 2 – “Summon the Suit”
Grant is blamed for the damage caused by the jackal creature, due to it not appearing on the museum’s security cameras, and is fired. He uses the keycard to access a storage locker where he finds the scarab. He speaks with his “reflection”, another identity in Grant’s body that introduces himself as mercenary Marc Spector, the current avatar of the Egyptian moon god Khonshu.
Grant is confronted by Layla, Spector’s wife, who is unaware of Grant’s existence, before being arrested by police officers working for Harrow. Harrow reveals that he was Khonshu’s previous avatar until he chose instead to follow Ammit. He explains that he wants to use the scarab to find Ammit’s tomb and resurrect her so she can purge humanity of evil by wiping out everyone who has or will commit evil deeds. Layla rescues Grant, but Harrow summons another jackal creature.
Grant manages to summon a suit of his own to fight the jackal, but is overpowered and allows Spector to take control. Spector kills the jackal but loses the scarab to Harrow. Khonshu threatens to claim Layla as his next avatar if Spector fails to stop Harrow.
Moon Knight Episode 3 – “The Friendly Type“
Harrow and his followers discover the location of Ammit’s tomb in the Egyptian desert. In Cairo, Spector and Grant both experience blackouts while tracking a lead to Harrow’s location. After failing to gain information, Khonshu calls a council between his fellow Egyptian gods and their avatars to warn them of Harrow’s plans, but Harrow successfully denies the accusation. Hathor’s avatar, Yatzil, tells Spector to find the sarcophagus of a medjay who knew of the location of Ammit’s tomb.
Layla finds Spector and takes him to meet with Anton Mogart, an acquaintance of Layla’s who owns the sarcophagus. Harrow arrives and destroys the sarcophagus, forcing Spector, Grant, and Layla to fight off Mogart’s men and escape into the desert. Grant assembles some of the sarcophagus fragments into a star map, but it is two thousand years out of date. Khonshu uses his powers to briefly turn back the night sky to the correct night, allowing Grant and Layla to find the location of Ammit’s tomb. The other gods imprison Khonshu in an ushabti for this, leaving Grant and Spector’s bodies without Khonshu’s powers.
Moon Knight Episode 4 – “The Tomb”
Grant and Layla find a deserted campsite at the location of Ammit’s tomb, which is a maze in the shape of the Eye of Horus. They discover that some of Harrow’s men have been killed by undead Egyptian priests, who then attack Grant and Layla. Layla defeats the priests but encounters Harrow, who claims that Spector was one of the mercenaries who murdered her archaeologist father, Abdallah El-Faouly.
Grant finds the tomb and discovers that Ammit’s last avatar was Alexander the Great; he retrieves Ammit’s ushabti from inside Alexander’s body. Layla angrily confronts Spector, who reveals that his partner killed Layla’s father and Spector himself before Khonshu revived Spector as his avatar. Harrow arrives and shoots Spector, who wakes up in a psychiatric hospital populated by people from his life.
After escaping from Harrow, who appears as a therapist at the hospital, Spector finds Grant in a separate body trapped in a sarcophagus. They also see a second sarcophagus with someone else trapped inside before being greeted by a female hippopotamus-headed figure.
Moon Knight Episode 5 – “Asylum“
The hippopotamus-headed woman, who Grant identifies as the Egyptian goddess Taweret, explains to Spector and Grant that they are dead and that the “hospital” is actually inside a boat sailing through the Duat. She weighs their hearts on the Scales of Justice to determine whether they will be allowed to enter the Field of Reeds and advises them to help each other uncover hidden memories causing their imbalance.
Grant sees a memory of Spector’s younger brother Randall drowning and Spector’s mother blaming him for it, while Spector reveals to Grant how he became Khonshu’s avatar while on a mission with Raoul Bushman. Spector and Grant convince Taweret to let them return to the living world to stop Harrow, and she steers the boat towards the Gates of Osiris.
“Dr. Harrow” convinces Spector that he has to fully open up to Grant, and Spector reluctantly explains that he unknowingly created Grant as a result of their mother’s abuse. Grant and Spector reconcile with each other, but their scales fail to balance, causing hostile spirits to attack them. While fending them off, Grant is consumed by the Duat. The scales are balanced, and Spector finds himself in the Field of Reeds.
Moon Knight Episode 6 – “Gods and Monsters“
Layla receives a message from Taweret, telling her to find and release Khonshu so he can revive Spector. Harrow uses Ammit’s power to slaughter the other Egyptian gods’ avatars before releasing Ammit, who chooses him to be her new avatar, while Layla finds Khonshu’s ushabti and releases him. Layla refuses to become Khonshu’s new avatar, so he confronts Ammit alone and is overpowered. Meanwhile, Spector refuses to stay in the Field of Reeds alone and chooses to return to the Duat and rescue Grant instead. With Taweret’s help, they escape through the Gates of Osiris and awaken back in their body.
Khonshu senses their return and bonds with them again, healing their body and restoring their powers. Layla discovers that Ammit can be defeated if several gods’ avatars bind Ammit into a mortal body from a dying avatar, so she temporarily bonds with Taweret. Harrow, Ammit, and their followers begin judging everyone in Cairo until Spector, Grant, Layla, and Khonshu arrive to engage them in battle. Harrow overpowers Spector and Grant, and almost kills them until they both blackout and reawaken to find that they have somehow brutally defeated him. Spector and Layla are able to seal Ammit into Harrow’s body, imprisoning her again.
Khonshu urges Spector to execute Harrow and Ammit, but Spector refuses and orders Khonshu to release him and Grant from their service. Spector and Grant find themselves in the imaginary “asylum” again, but reject it and choose to continue their new life together. In a mid-credit scene, a crippled Harrow is abducted from a psychiatric hospital and executed by Jake Lockley, Spector and Grant’s third alter, who is still bonded with Khonshu.