Tash ma Tash
Tash Ma Tash (1992-) (Arabic: طاش ما طاش‎) ("No Big Deal" in English) is a popular Saudi Arabian satirical comedy that has been running for 18 seasons so far. It used to air on the Saudi Sta...
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Arab Idol (season 1)
The first season of Arab Idol was launched on MBC 1 on 9 December 2011. MBC decided to launch a more stylish version of Pop Idol after the 5 seasons of Super Star, the previous Arabic license of the s...
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Al-Gama'a (TV series)
Al-Gama'a (Arabic: الجماعة‎ al-Ǧamāʿah, [elɡæˈmæːʕæ], "the society/group") is an Egyptian television drama, Historical and Political drama series written by Wahid Hamid, directed by Mohammed...
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Kalam Nawaem
Kalam Nawaem (Arabic: كلام نواعم, English: "Sweet Talk") is a one-hour, female-hosted Arabic talk show that airs late Sunday evenings on the satellite network MBC. Premiering in 2002, it is credited w...
Forbidden Love (Syrian series)
Forbidden Love is a Syrian television series which was first aired in 2011. The program, which is broadcast via satellite, has caused controversy across Arabic communities for its exploration of issue...
Ash-Shatat
Ash-Shatat (Arabic: الشتات The Diaspora) is a 29-part Syrian television series produced in 2003 by a private Syrian film company, Linn, at a cost of $5.1m. Based in part on The Protocols of the Elders...
Beirut I Love You
Beirut I Love You is a Lebanese television/web-series which airs on the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation (LBC). The series stars Mounia Akl and Cyril Aris, both of whom developed the show. The series...
Arab Idol (season 2)
Following the huge success of the first season of Arab Idol, MBC launched the second season on 8 March 2013. The jury panel, composed of Ahlam, Ragheb Alama and Hassan El Shafei, is completed by Leban...
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Alam Simsim
Alam Simsim (Arabic: عالم سمسم‎) is an Arabic language Egyptian-made adaptation of the format used in the children's television series Sesame Street. Alam Simsim is Arabic for "Sesame World"...