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Discover the Finest Offerings of Moroccan Television this Ramadan

Monday 26 February 2024 - 09:11
Discover the Finest Offerings of Moroccan Television this Ramadan

As Ramadan approaches, Moroccan television is gearing up to present its most captivating lineup yet, ensuring viewers are entertained after iftar each night. From heartwarming dramas to side-splitting comedies, leading networks Al Aoula and MBC5 have meticulously curated an array of compelling new shows designed to cater to every palate.

National broadcaster Al Aoula takes center stage with eagerly awaited series such as "Dar Nsa" and "Wlad Izza." Directed by the esteemed Samia Akkrariou, "Dar Nsa" transports audiences into the lively community of Tangier's medina through a talented ensemble cast. Meanwhile, "Wlad Izza" follows the comedic escapades of a widow and her sons, portrayed brilliantly by Dounia Boutazout and Soukaina Darabil.

Renowned actor Abdellah Ferkous leads the riotous family comedy "Ach Hada," chronicling the misadventures of patriarch Si Brahim and his eccentric relatives. Additionally, "Lfamila" stars Fadoua Taleb as a resilient seamstress navigating life's trials and triumphs.

Al Aoula also showcases insightful documentaries like "Anmougar," which delves into Moroccan heritage, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in the richness of Moroccan culture throughout the week.

Meanwhile, on MBC5, the highly anticipated second season of "Ahlam Banat" promises more intrigue among three young roommates, portrayed by Salwa Zrhane and Hanane El Khader. Esteemed writer Bouchra Malak contributes to the drama series "Rahma" and "Bin Lksor," the latter currently in production in Mohammedia. "Rahma" sheds light on individuals with special needs, with a stellar performance by cinema legend Mona Fattouh.

With both networks offering a diverse range of genres and star-studded casts, Moroccan television guarantees endless post-iftar entertainment this Ramadan.  

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