Ramadan 2019 Series Schedule



Kalabsh

  • 7.9
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Selim Al-Ansary (Amir Karaara) submits his resignation from his work at the Ministry of Interior Affairs and decides to co-find a security services company with Akram Safwaan (Hesham Selim). Their minor management differences gradually intensify, threatening their personal and business relationship.

El-Seham El-Mariqa

  • 6
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The series examines a number of issues related to the Arab society, especially the Egyptian one, the most important of which is the problem of terrorism and how this issue is handled.

Zelzal

  • 5.5
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In the "Year of the Earthquake -1992" in Egypt, a man's house gets demolished due to this major tremor. The problem is that he had just finished paying his last installment for his purchased house and the seller had been delaying giving him his house deed for some time. The buyer sadly...Read more dies after the earthquake and his son is unable to prove his right to inherit the land on which the house was built. The situation escalates further when the seller refuses to cooperate and provide the son with proof of ownership of the land, and it is further entangled with the love story that the seller discovers between his daughter and the son of the owner of the lost house.

Baraka

  • 5
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The show tells the story of Baraka, a man coming from South Egypt who lives in Cairo with his mother. With time, he starts borrowing lots money and gets into trouble with prominent people. His mother and his neighbour, who is also his lover, are the only ones who help him.

Weld El-Ghalaba

  • 8.5
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An upper-Egyptian who lives on the border of the poverty line decides to earn an honest living by having two jobs: A teacher at a public school during the day, and a taxi driver in the evening. Yet, through his struggle to make ends meet he falls into the pit of drug trade.

Shaqet Faisal

  • 5.8
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A dramatic comedy revolving around the lives of four young adults, and the challenges they face in the pursuit of their different dreams.

Lams Aktaf

  • 7.3
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Adham (played by Yasser Galaal) is a boxer who uses his physical robustness in criminal activities which drives him to repent and choose a good life in which he could enjoy peace and social stability. In order to achieve this life betterment, he has to stand up to the pressure of the mobsters that...Read more want to keep his illicit services.

B'entezar Al-Yasmeen

  • 6.2
The series follows a group of refugees who have escape the bloody nightmare that is post-revolution Syria.

Hogan

  • 7.9
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A young man who lives in a slum has been named "Hogan" by his neighbours who knew about his super strength abilities. They would see him moving cars with has bare hands, or twisting metal coins with his fingers or teeth, and he is a popular eater of glass. Hogan's popularity would keep...Read more rising to extend beyond his neighbourhood and into elite societies when his life would never be the same.

El-Haramlek

  • 6.6
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A Mamluk is a young boy who came from every region bordering the Islamic world, especially the Turkic lands, starting the mid-ninth century. Young recruits would be enslaved by a senior military officer and moved to Egypt to be trained to the profession of arms. The Mamluks grew to be an esteemed...Read more military force for their toughness, sense of solidarity, racial pride and uncanny skills of mounted archery. They became a major reservoir of military manpower for the Muslim rulers. In this series, the Mamluks' journey from slavery to becoming military generals in Egypt will show how their powerfulness extended into Egypt's political life and how it helped them gain rulership over many territories and hence defeat their enemies.

Al Hob Jonoon

  • 3.8
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A drama depicting several love stories not short on suspense.

Torgman El-Ashwak

The show tells the story of three friends who decide to adopt the left-wing ideology. After each goes their way, one of them starts taking up Sufism and one maintains his leftist principles, which gets him into a lot of trouble. The third one decides to leave Syria, but returns after the civil war...Read more to find his missing daughter.

Abu-Gabal

  • 7.9
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Abu-Gabal and his family live a life that puts a lot of stress on him. As a reaction to all the uncomfortable circumstances in which he lives with his family, he starts losing control over himself and this is when life becomes so much tougher for him.

'Alamet Estefham

  • 6.8
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Noah El Shawwaf (Mohamed Ragab) appears to be a well-off gentleman from Alexandria, but he is running away from a mysterious past.

Fekra B'million Geneh

  • 6.5
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Alaa (Ali Rabee), an engineering student, inherits a million Pounds and pursues his dream of becoming a famous inventor.

El-Brinseesa Bessa

  • 3.7
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Pessa, who lives with her grandmother Sekseka (both played by Mai Ezz El Din) works in the local wedding industry. She inherits a school from an uncle, and pursues her dream of opening her own wedding venue named "Princess Pessa".

Hekayti

  • 7.5
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The story of Dalida (Yasmeen Sabri) who comes from a traumatic childhood, as she travels and faces the challenges of life and love.

L'akher Nafas

  • 7.2
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A female engineer (played by Yasmine Abdel-Aziz) is married to a police officer and has a daughter and a son. Together they lead a family life that is unique to their different characters and their day-to-day coping with life's events is as interesting as it is dramatic.