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From Jutland to Abu Dhabi, Follow the money known as “Bedrag” is a new crime thriller danish series set in the world of economic crime. It is the story of speculators, swindlers and corporate princes and the crimes the commit in the pursuit of wealth.
"Haret Al Sheikh is a drama about the late Ottoman era, in Old Jeddah where two young men arise. While one fights for the truth, the other will fight it with all his might. This show represents the eternal conflict between good and evil, the habits of the people of Jeddah at that time and their lifestyle.
War machine is an upcoming American comedy war film directed and written by David Michod , based on the non-fiction book The Operators by Michael Hastings.
Mansour is an Animated show about an Emarati Boy. It been created to strengthen the heritage and culture of the regions next generation.
The Middle East Theatre Academy (META), designed to introduce and nurture the region’s youth in the art of theatre, stage performance and related education, has partnered with twofour54, the region’s leading media hub, to produce an in-depth documentary about the ‘Home Grown’ project currently underway in Sharjah with The Kevin Spacey Foundation (KSF).
Grandmother's Farm -2 is a Emarati Horror Movie, created after the huge success of the Part.1 in the Gulf Cinemas. The Ahmad Zain-directed film followed a group of friends who spend a weekend at their friend’s farmhouse, only to come face to face with a mysterious unwelcome guest who’s determined to turn their peaceful evening into total chaos.
GT Academy has evolved as the world’s largest driving talent search in which the fastest Sony PlayStation’s GT players are put in a real life race camp for the opportunity of becoming professional motor racers. From 6 million entrants in GT Academy to-date, only 21 have won the competition, three of which raced for Nissan at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the top Prototype 1 class.
50/50 is a new show launching in October and takes random travelers around the world to spend 50 thousand dollars during 50 hours in a city while making a series of 50/50 choices of activities. Abu Dhabi has been the selected city to host the winners.
Iftah Ya Simsim is a one of the most popular children television series in the Middle East and is the Arabic version of Sesame Street. It was launched originally in the Middle East in 1979 and has been re-produced again after 25 years. The show focuses on Arab children and specifically the children of the Gulf region. It will be airing in many regional stations: Abu Dhabi TV, Al Emarat, Sama Dubai, space toon channel and Sharjah TV.