International magicians Matthew “Magic” Morgan and his beautiful wife, Liliana, teach viewers a variety of easy-to-learn magic tricks to astound families and friends. Also presented in this series are magic performances by magicians from all over the world.
It's Magic 001
Magic Morgan teaches how to magically change a cup of water into ice cubes.
It's Magic 002
Magician Liliana teaches how to tie a knot without letting go of the rope’s ends.
It's Magic 003
Magic Morgan teaches how to make black pepper mysteriously move in a plate full of water.
It's Magic 004
Magician Liliana teaches how to keep your fingers touching your nose uninterrupted while uncrossing your arms.
It's Magic 005
Magic Morgan teaches how to make a pencil float behind a hand.
It's Magic 006
Magic Morgan teaches how to make a rubber band jump from one set of fingers to another in an instant.
It's Magic 007
Magician Liliana teaches how to make 2 paper clips link together quickly using a dollar bill.
It's Magic 008
Magic Morgan teaches how to make a rope go through a loop quickly without letting go of its end.
It's Magic 009
Magic Morgan teaches how to do a magical dollar bill penetration using a pen.
It's Magic 010
Magic Morgan teaches math magic with numbers.
It's Magic 011
Magic Morgan teaches how to make a silk go through a solid glass.
It's Magic 012
Magic Morgan teaches how to make a folded dollar bill escape a rubber band.
It's Magic 013
Magician Liliana teaches how to make a food can magically change to a different food can in a paper bag.
It's Magic 014
Magician Liliana teaches how to make cereal materialize from an empty cereal box.
It's Magic 015
Magic Morgan teaches how to balance a cup on the edge of a dinner plate.
It's Magic 016
Magic Morgan teaches how to make a liquid-filled glass rest on a spectator’s two thumbs without spilling.
It's Magic 017
Liliana Morgan (United States) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs the card frame illusion, an optical illusion with gift boxes, and a paper tear trick.
It's Magic 018
Tatyana Gilkava (Ukraine) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs a colored paper trick, the silk tube illusion, and a funny newspaper tree routine.
It's Magic 019
Robin Byers-Pierce (United States) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs silk magic and the linking rings.
It's Magic 020
Ilona Konig (Germany) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs rope tricks.
It's Magic 021
Lisa Paulus (Germany) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs a mentalism routine with a large prediction board.
It's Magic 022
Morty Feldman (USA) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs a routine with a change bag.
It's Magic 023
Russell Almond III (USA) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs a routine catching lights flying in the air.
It's Magic 024
Luis Ducos (USA) of the Society of World Deaf Magicians performs a card routine with coronavirus cards and a counting trick with a full deck of cards.