Besides content from international partners, subscribers can expect to see regional drama series launch on the platform for this season.
BeIN has announced a new programming schedule across the MENA region for Ramadan this year with new dramas, movies, children’s content and cookery shows to regale its audience.
BeIN’s Ramadan programming, launching today, will offer entertainment for all ages its exclusive channels – including beIN Movies, beIN Drama, beIN Gourmet, Fatafeat, Baraem Channel and Jeem TV – with various announcements to follow over the coming days.
New drama specials from beIN for Ramadan include Lebanese titles Bel Qalb and Ghorba, Egyptian series Hob Omry and drama-comedy series Cinemaeyat.
Sawaha El Bakht, especially worthy of mention, revolves around Umm Suleiman, a middle-class woman who plans to retire from her job and seek new opportunities.
As part of the Ramadan tradition, beIN will host exclusive cooking content from world-renowned chefs, such as Manal Al Alem, Shahrazad Laoudedj and Fatimah Al Basiri among others on beIN Gourmet and Fatafeat. Programmes to look out for include Fatafeat Shu Bihib El Orf season 2, Bil Afya Ma’ Hayat season 2, and The Queen of Arabian Kitchen.
BeIN has also announced special programming for children on Jeem TV and Baraem Channel include season 2 of Maya the Bee, Misho and Robin, Wussywat, season 10 of Hourouf wa Rousoum, season 3 of Voltron Legendary Defender and Sahbat Al Ayaat.
Last week, beIN launched a new cinema service, shows films to subscribers before they are seen at the cinema. More than 20 new movies will be released and available on beIN On Demand under Cinema category in April and May.
Commenting on beIN’s Ramadan programming, Yousef Al-Obaidly, CEO of beIN Media Group said: “Ramadan is such a special and holy time for families across the Middle East & North Africa. Subscribers of all ages will be able to find something inspiring, uplifting and entertaining for them – from new movies and dramas to lifestyle and kids’ content. We are humbled to play our small part in connecting households and families during Ramadan – especially at this difficult time – and I wish everybody Ramadan Mubarak.”