The countdown begins: Highlights of Ramadan 2020 television series

Gina El Alfy, Wednesday 15 Apr 2020

As we approach the Holy Month of Ramadan, artists have begun revealing information about upcoming television series

Ramadan 2020 television series
Ramadan 2020 television series
The Ramadan race has already begun, with artists and production companies revealing trailers and posters of the television series scheduled to be aired on a variety of local and satellite channels during the holy month.
 
Just like every year, there is great diversity in the television series with many featuring well-known actors as well as showcasing rising stars.
 
Below are the highlights of the most awaited series:
 
The End (Al-Nehaya)

Directed by Yasser Sami
Starring Youssef El Sherif, Amr Abdel Gelil, Ahmed Wafik, Mohamed Lotfi, Nahed El Sebaï

The series revolves around the 2120 where an engineer tries to control and prevent the technology from threatening the world. But things take a turn after meeting of the clone robot.


The Choice (Al Ekhteyar)

Directed by Peter Mimi
Starring Amir Karara, Ahmad El-Awady, Moataz Hesham, Dina Fouad, Diaa Abdel Khaleq

The series is based on a true story of Ahmed Saber Mansi, who died during an ambush of the terrorist attack in Rafah, Sinai in 2017, 

 


Valentino

Directed by Rami Imam
Starring: Adel Emam, Dala Abdelaziz, Dalia El Beheiry, Rania Mahmoud Yassin

Valentino evolves aroud the story of a man who owns an international school and his wife whereas the emerging marital issues capitalise on the comedy sapect to the series. 
 

 

The Forgetting Game (Luebat Al-Nesyan)

Directed by Hani Khalifa, Ahmed Shafik, Ahmed Azzab
Starring Dina El Sherbiny, Ahmed Dawood, Engy Al-Moqaddem, ِAly Kassem, Mahmoud Qabeil

Filled with conflicts, flashbacks and suspense, The Forgetting Game is about a young middle-class woman, whose life is completely turned around after she loses her memory, as the confict between her present and past starts emerging. 


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