Created, Written & Directed By: Donnie Leapheart
Produced By: Donnie Leapheart, Rodney Breedlove, Redd Claiborne & LaQuanda Plantt


‘Osiris’ is a new 10-episode action/thriller Web Series featuring mystery, espionage and gritty crime fiction. The series follows the title character “Osiris”, a man with an eternally extended warranty on life. He can never stay dead. If killed, he resurrects in EXACTLY 37 minutes, every time. Each episode features a jaw dropping cliffhanger in the vein of classic shows like True Blood, Lost and 24!

Osiris is the real talk, the fresh view, and the true story! This successful Kickstarter campaign was launched back in February, 2011. Perhaps, partly inspired by some ancient African History & Religion – Osiris is the Grandson of the Almighty God, Amen-Ra. Continue reading and watch the trailer & more videos about the Casting and Production of Osiris.

Stay tuned!


  1. It has been a while… a whole lot while… man, I mean a while since I saw black people putting up good stories, good direction and everything together so well. It’s a shame this is only a web series but hold your own folks, I wouldn’t be surprised when some TV station latches unto this stuff right here!

  2. I like the Osiris! yeeeehaaa!
    The thing with the African history inspiration is really cool. I don’t see a lot of people of color knowing much abt their history let alone incorporating it into films. All the best, I look forward to the next episode.

  3. I don’t quite know why this is going to be a web-series only either. I think, if what I see in the trailer is something to go by, then Osiris deserves a spot at BET or Bounce or OWN for heaven’s sake. But I reckon we all have to start from somewhere. More grease to your elbows. We wait to see the first episode.

  4. Go ATL. You m*zerf*ckers are leading the game in black cinema. We may yet be on the verge of seeing the troov black cinema rise in ATL! Daz-wazzup ma n*ggaz!

  5. Truth be told, if others paid a little bit more attention like you guys do, there woulda been a black cinema already. Then again that’s another discussion, but nice work guys. Keep it coming.


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