The Ramadan race is on with countless series that seemed to suddenly pop up a couple of weeks ago. There literally aren’t enough hours in the day to watch all of them. We’ve put together this guide to help you narrow down your choices.
Based on the award-winning novel by Bahaa Taher, the story is about Mahmoud, a police officer, and his Irish wife, who are forced to move to Siwa. The two embark on an unexpected journey.
Dina “El Herbaya” tells the story of Asaleya, a naïve girl, who turns into a malicious and cunning woman due to the circumstances she’s put through.
An inside look at the events taking place in a slum throughout Ramadan.
A remake of the 1961 film, which was based on Ihsan Abdel Quddous’ novel, it tells the story of a family that must cope after the death of their patriarch.
“Hatha Al Masaa” explores spousal issues, infidelity and a leering onlooker who watches it all.
A nobody accidentally finds out confidential information that puts him on the map.
A simple young man moves out and leaves his hometown to get a fresh start, but things do not go as expected.
Hend Sabry rediscovers the beauty of life while having to deal with the shocking news that she has cancer and the events that follow.
We see Yousra in a whole new light this year as the down and out, struggling single mother who cannot seem to catch a break.
A noir look at the life of a ballerina and her struggles with both her marital life and her professional one.
Asser plays the role of a psychiatrist who gets in way over his head and finds himself facing a dangerous challenge.
A guy wakes up from a coma, but suffers from amnesia, failing to remember who put him in that state. Consequently, he tries to uncover hidden truths and old secrets about his previous life.
Lots of threats, blackmail, punches and gunfire… What more can you ask for?!
Hesham Selim appears as the ruthless villain who threatens the safety of Tarek Lotfy’s family and children, and turns his whole life upside down.
Who to trust? What to believe? These are all questions to be asked and answered throughout Ahmed Elsaka’s latest show, as his character struggles with memory loss.
A real action-packed series where Ghada Abdel Razek showcases her captivating acting skills while playing a flight attendant who takes a wrong turn in life.
If you’re a big fan of horror, then this is the show for you. “Kafr Delhab” centers on demonic possessions and a war with dark spirits.
A police officer finds himself on the other side of justice, with the public crucifying him and calling him a criminal.
This show revolves around the dangerous side of politics and the exploits of the intelligence world.
A seemingly calm man goes off the rails and does the impossible, crossing high-profile people to take back what’s his.
A man attempts to redeem himself and clean up his act during Ramadan, but that’s easier said than done.
Yasmin Abdelaziz plays a woman with multiple personalities who goes on a rollercoaster journey with perhaps too many emotions.
Bayoumi Fouad is a knight in shining armor, coming to the rescue of more than a few women, one of whom is Somaya El Khashab.
A comic look at a post-apocalyptic civilization, where physical fights seem to be the only way to settle arguments between men and women.
After their plane crashes, a group of misfits gets into some hysterically mind-boggling situations.
After an encounter with a shady book, a man starts to see a mystic enchantress, while his life turns into chaos.
A stubborn, but kindhearted guy goes into a fight that he might not win in a dangerous neighborhood.
After a shocking accident, a woman completely forgets her husband, entering into a bizarre state of multiple personalities. Now, the man must indulge his wife’s impulses in order to win her back.