The spin-off, titled ‘Harb Aalmeyya’, will comprise of six episodes and is available to all OSN and OSN Streaming App subscribers.
OSN has launched a spin-off to its Original talk show Aa’det Rigala, titled Harb Aalmeyya. The new show turns the tables on the original show with the same guest celebrities deciding to wage war against men.
The first episode of Harb Aalmeyya premiered on September 27, featuring Egyptian presenter Enjy Kiwan. The episode saw Kiwan host Lebanese actress Nadine Nassib Njeim. Harb Aalmeyya will comprise of six episodes and is available to all OSN and OSN Streaming App subscribers.
Over the course of the show, Kiwan will interview some of the most influential women in entertainment including Nelly Karim, Shams, Cyrine Abdelnour, Fifi Abdou and Asala. In a reversal of roles, the female stars will have the upper hand as they voice their pet peeves about men.
Each episode of the spin-off includes four segments and ranges between 11-15 minutes. The first segment is an interview where each guest tells Kiwan what irritates them about men and what they dislike the most.
Viewers will be taken on a behind-the-scenes set tour for the second segment. In the third segment, guests will discuss TikTok and film a video on the platform. The final segment will be a game titled I never lie.
Commenting on the show, Rolla Karam, Interim Chief Content Officer at OSN said: “Harb Aalmeyya is born from the success of OSN’s first original production Aa’det Rigala that has reached over 60m views on social media over the past two seasons. We are humbled by the overwhelming response and feel encouraged to continue our mission of producing tailored Arabic content that appeals to our viewers. Working with the region’s most popular stars who strongly appeal to the Arab world is just a taste upcoming original that OSN has in store.”
On her new role, Kiwan remarked: “Working with the team was a breath of fresh air, I enjoyed every moment and the chemistry between all of us was perfect. The concept of the show is powerful and the first-of-its-kind in the Arab world. It’s fun, light and thought-provoking. I’m honoured to have been part of it.”