Renewed <a href="https:\/\/www.netflix.com\/eg-en\/title\/81064069">Netflix<\/a> network announced today \u201cSecrets from Saqqara Tomb\u201d film release date. Scheduled to be released on October 28, the film is available exclusively on the Netflix platform.\r\n\r\nDirected by James Tovell and produced by Richard Bradley and Caterina Turroni, the documentary traces the journey of the Egyptian mission responsible for excavating this area for the first time hoping for finding an ancient Egyptian treasure.\r\n\r\nNetflix expressed, \u201cAfter unearthing a tomb that had been untouched for 4,400 years, Egyptian archaeologists attempt to decipher the history of the extraordinary find.\u201d\r\n\r\nFilmed inside Wahtye\u2019s tomb, the documentary dives into the secrets of Wahty\u2019s life. Moreover, it can come up with valuable additions regarding the economic, religious, social, and cultural life in Egypt. In addition, it traces the real-life of Wahty and his role in ancient Egypt.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/NetflixMENA\/status\/1316740846193082374\r\n<h4>"Secrets of <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/antiquities-new-coffins\/">Saqqara<\/a> Tomb" provides the audience with real natural feelings of the stuff, the joy of finding the artifacts, the surprising well-preserved mummies, and the vivid painting on the walls.<\/h4>\r\nThe documentary is released globally in 190 countries. Subtitles for over 30 languages will be available, as well as an English dubbed version.\r\n\r\nRegarding the discovery, the mission found over three thousand artifacts, including a mummified lion cub, a temple dedicated to the Egyptian cat goddess Bastet, and the world\u2019s oldest traceable case of malaria.