Netflix is Now Streaming the Emirati Legal Drama, Justice!

Via Rotana

Netflix is increasingly making and adding localized content for the region; making the experience more personalized than ever! They have been adding tons of new interesting series and movies for people interested in Arabic content. I recently watched Ahmed El Sakka’s Horoub Edterary, and I was amazed of how fast it came from the movie theaters to Netflix.

Keeping the good content coming, Netflix just added the Emirati legal TV drama series, Justice! The series is produced by Abu Dhabi Film Studio Image Nation and Beelink Productions. Justice first aired on OSN in September 2017 as they acquired the show’s Middle East premiere rights distributor IM Global Television.

Justice is based on real-life cases from the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, which partnered on the production for authenticity. Moreover, it is thought to be the most expensive Emirati TV production ever staged, according to Image Nation CEO Michael Garin.

The series is about Farah, a successful young lawyer who studied in the US and returned home to find out that her dad had already planned for her career to be at his firm. However, Farah has other plans to succeed on her own, and does so while pushing legal and cultural boundaries in the process.

WE SAID THIS: What Arabic movie/series do you want to see on Netflix?

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