Binge-Worthy Arabic Series That Should be on Everyone’s Netflix Watch-List During the Quarantine

Via Netflix

Following the worldwide panic of the Coronavirus, people are strongly urged to stay at home. Schools and universities stopped, crowded places have shut down, and most businesses shifted to working from home. However, people should actually spend that time at home and not treat it as a vacation. So, if you’re taking the right precautions and spending time at home, then Netflix is probably your new best friend.

We’ve compiled for you some Arabic series to watch on Netflix to help you pass the time.

6 Windows in the Dessert

Via List Studio

‘6 Windows in the Desert’ is a series of short movies produced in different cities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Each short movie has a stand-alone story that tackles a different socio-cultural topic.

Dollar

Via Netflix

‘Dollar’ is a Lebanese Arabic-language web television series starring Amel Bouchoucha and Adel Karam. The series follows the story of a marketer, who is given the objective to come up with an idea to make a million-dollars to launch a new bank.

Hidden Worlds

Via Spot Drama

Legendary actor Adel Emam’s 2018 Ramadan series ‘Hidden Worlds’ is one of the most interesting Arab series that you can watch on Netflix right now. It follows a veteran journalist who investigates the apparent suicide of an actress.

Tango

Via Special Magazine

Hassan Mrad and Bassel El Khayat’s ‘Tango’ is a great choice if you want to watch an Arabic series on Netflix. If you’re into romantic series with a touch of suspense, then you should check it out!

The Land of Hypocrisy

Who better to watch in a fantasy/comedy series than the leading Egyptian Comedian Mohamed Heneidy? The ‘Land of Hypocrisy’ follows the story of an employee who finds a doctor that gives him powerful pills that will change his life.

WE SAID THIS: Which series are you excited for the most?

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