The dubbed Arabic version of the Oscar-winning Pixar animation 'Soul' will air under the title 'Moghamara Thatiya'.
OSN has announced an Arabic entertainment line-up for Eid Al Fitr, which includes the launch of ‘Howa w Heya’, a pop-up channel combining all iconic on-screen duos of Egyptian cinema over the past fifty years including Egyptian megastar Adel Imam’s popular movies and much more. The network is set to air 30+ classic films from May 13 until June 5.
The line-up includes the 1967 family comedy Maa’boudat Al-Gamahir, where Shadia and Abdel Halim Hafiz come together in the story of a diva who falls in love with a rising actor and faces the wrath of a jealous producer when she decides to marry. Plus, 2004 thriller/drama Tito, where Egyptian star Ahmad Al Sakka plays a criminal whom, after spending many years in a correctional facility for murdering a police officer, is released; will love, and physician Nour (played by Hanan Turk) be enough to save him?
It will also air the Omar & Salma trilogy, with the first production released in 2007. Also, in celebration of Egyptian megastar Adel Imam’s birthday on May 17, a special selection of his top movies is scheduled back-to-back from 00:00 to 24:00 GMT.
Howa w Heya will be live from May 13 at 9:00 KSA until June 5, 21:00 KSA, and is available for OSN Home Plus, Platinum and Premier subscribers.
OSN Yahala Al Oula will air its first original Arabic Syrian psychological thriller Qayd Majhoul from May 13 until May 24. Two parallel stories inevitably connect by the end of the season, as the series highlights the investigations of two high-profile murder cases, led by police major Khaldoun, a sharp and meticulous investigator.
The second season of OSN originals’ Yalla Net’asha 2 (the Middle Eastern version of Come Dine with Me) will return on screen weekly from Sunday to Thursday with a new group of contestants every week until June 24, 18:00 KSA. Filmed in the UAE, where a different group of four strangers take turns every week to host a dinner party at their home, with the other guests rating the evening out of ten.
The new season of the Turkish series Ta’er Al Sabah will air from May 16 until June 20 and Al Kha’en’s on May 16. Gulf drama series Bayt Al Thill, a 2021 production, will also air on May 16 at 20:00 KSA in a special Ramadan repeat.
On the second day of Eid Al Fitr, expected to fall on May 14, the dubbed Arabic version of Oscar-winning Pixar animation Soul, a 2020 production starring Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey and Graham Norton, will air at 21:00 KSA on OSN Yahala Cinema under the name Moghamara Thatiya.
Airing exclusively on OSN on the first day of Eid Al Fitr on May 13 at 21:00 KSA is the 2020 Egyptian thriller Zinzana 7, starring Nedal Al-Shafeay, Ahmed Zaher, Maya Nasry, Menna Fadaly, Ehab Fahmy and Abir Sabri.
Palestinian drama 200 Meters is a depiction of daily life in the Occupied Territories is set to air on the third day of Eid Al Fitr – expected to fall on May 15 – at 21:00 KSA.