New content for Arabic viewers is included in the line-up with OSN debuting three new Russian series exclusively on OSN Yahala Al Oula HD.
OSN will be launching a range of U.S. series, including the new medical drama New Amsterdam, for viewers in the Middle East.
Premiering on OSN Series HD First on October 1, New Amsterdam follows Dr. Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) as he becomes the medical director of one of the United States’ oldest public hospitals, aiming to reform the neglected facility to provide exceptional care to patients
Another U.S. medical drama, The Good Doctor, premieres on October 1. Magnum P.I., a revival of the 1980s series starring Tom Selleck, debuts on October 4.
Succession, a new HBO drama that follows a wealthy yet dysfunctional American global media family, is premiering on OSN First HD (Home of HBO) on September 10. HBOs Sharp Objects heads to OSN Play on September 9.
The 70th Emmy Awards will air on OSN Series HD First on September 18, along with E!s Live from the Red Carpet: The 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards on E! Entertainment.
On OSN First HD, Reality Check is a new set of topical documentaries, airing every Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. The set will launch on September 14 with the premiere of John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls and other Saturday premieres include Swiped: Hooking Up in The Digital Age and It Will Be Chaos.
Theres new content for Arabic viewers with OSN debuting three new Russian series exclusively on OSN Yahala Al Oula HD. Taehat follows Katia as her life suddenly falls apart when her husband unexpectedly dies while away on a business trip, and the investigation into his death unearths his double life. Al Oumala gives viewers a touch of James Bond-style espionage but with a twist: the two lead characters are teachers. Asrar w Akatheeb is a murder mystery, which kicks off when a jogger finds the body of missing child while out on his daily run.