This year's Ramadan programming will include a variety of content from an exclusive cookery show to comedy, light drama, social drama series and more, originating from Lebanon, Syria and Egypt.
With seven original hours of content, Zee Alwan is set to showcase a bouquet of handpicked content featuring some of the most renowned stars in the region for the Ramadan season this year.
The Ramadan programming will include a variety of content from an exclusive cookery show to comedy, light drama, social drama series and more, originating from Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and an integral part of the channel’s programming origin, India.
Egyptian drama Bint Al Sultan will feature Rogena, who made a mark last Ramadan with her outstanding performance in Al Prince with Mohammed Ramadan and was known for her phrase “Ya Omri”. The series revolves around Azza, who gets herself into a roller-coaster of complicated events, while hoping for a better life.
Exclusive pan-Arab comedy series Zawj Taht Al Iqama Al Jabreya, starring Ziad Borji, Nadine Al Rasi, Hiba Nour, Hesham Haddad, Mohammed Kheir Al Jarrah will be featured. The series revolves around a womaniser who wants to marry for the third time during the COVID lockdown.
Syrian social drama Khareef Al Ushaq, featuring Ayman Zaidan, brothers Ahmed and Mohammed Al Ahmed, and Safaa Sultan addresses a series of complex social and political issues that were dominant in Syria back in the 70s. It reflects the challenges that three male officers face on personal and career levels, because of their marriage choices.
Egyptian drama Kollo Bil Hob, starring Zeina, Sabrine, Ahmed Al Saadani and Syrian actor Samer Al Masry, is about disputes that arise between a manipulative married couple who discover each other’s deceit and in turn affect the lives of everyone around them.
Egyptian drama W Kol Ma Neftere features a group of top stars including Riham Haggag, Ayten Amer, Amr Abdul Gelil, Ahmed Fahmi, Rania Yousef and Tarek Abdelaziz in a set of events that take place in a dramatic context mixed with suspense.
Exclusive Indian drama dubbed to Arabic, Qoloub Ananeya will conclude during Ramadan.
An exclusive cookery programme titled Baytak w Matbakhak, hosted by Lebanese celebrity actress and TV presenter Noor Saab and Syrian chef Maaroof, an expert in oriental and international cuisines will bring 90 recipes throughout the month ranging from appetizers, main dishes and desserts.