The Secrets of Isis is the syndicated title of a live action CBS television series produced by Filmation in the 1970s originally titled Isis that appeared during the Saturday morning cartoon lineup. The show was also aired in various countries around the world. As indicated on commentary in the 2007 DVD release of the series, and supported by examining broadcast premiere dates, The Secrets of Isis was the first weekly American live-action television series whose lead character was a female superhero, debuting September 6, 1975 and predating the weekly debuts of both The Bionic Woman and Wonder Woman.
A boy blinded in a riding accident must learn to trust a new guide horse when his family farm is threatened by fire.
A girl learns a lesson about the dangers of hitchhiking when the boy she rides with loses control of his car.
A new student's practical jokes endanger his fellow students.
A girl cheats on her chemistry exam and frames a fellow cheerleader in her desperation to become number one.
A Chinese-American girl learns to overcome her shame of her immigrant father's adherence to traditional customs.
Rick is framed for the theft of part of a top-secret government device that can control the weather.
The weather machine thieves kidnap Rick to compel him to turn over the plans for the rest of the weather control machine.