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Entertaining Gods

A web-series of Mythology sure to entertain!

O-Cast is a mockumentary-style web-series created by the twelve Olympian gods of Greek mythology to broadcast their new lives as 20-something New Yorkers living in one apartment. Comedy ensues as they combine forces to convince the mortals of their modern relevance in order to save themselves from extinction.

Shot in high-definition and broadcast in short episodes online, O-Cast merges ancient legend with the power of viral video. Created and produced by New York University graduates of the YouTube generation, this intelligent, quick paced, and colorful comedy is right up the alley of classical mythology enthusiasts and fans of improvised humor.

Watch the pilot episode online October 26th, 10:30pm EST.

The Gods: (in random order)
Poseidon – God of the Sea, Earthquakes and Horses
Hermes – God of Communications, Messenger of the Gods
Aphrodite – Goddess of Love
Hestia – Goddess of the Hearth (Goddess of the Month on the Esoteric Forum)
Apollo – God of the Sun, Poetry and Music
Hephaestus – God of Metalworking and Fire
Athena – Goddess of Wisdom
Artemis – Goddess of the Hunt and Moon
Hera – Queen of the Gods
Hades – King of the Underworld and God of Death
Zeus – King of the Gods and Ruler of the Sky and Lightning
Ares – God of War and Bloodlust
Dionysus – God of Wine, Revelry and Madness
Demeter – Goddess of Nature and Seasons

Find out more at

Latest Episodes at top. Earlier Episodes below.

O-Cast. Season 1 Episode 5 – The Thirteenth Wheel

O-Cast. Season 1 Episode 4 – Occupational Hazards

O-Cast. Season 1 Episode 3 – Derailed

O-Cast. Season 1 Episode 2 – Speed Dating.

O-Cast. Season 1 Episode 1 – Meet the Olympians.

O-Cast. Season 1 – Trailer


6 thoughts on “Entertaining Gods

    1. Our pleasure Anne (Hestia). We’re very excited to watch the show on your site on the 26th. Unfortunately we won’t be in New York on the 22nd.

      We’re looking forward to your success and happy to help spread the word. It’s going to be a lot of fun seeing the Gods living in the city.


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