The Lebanese producer, Sadiq Al-Sabah, revealed the broad titles of the series “Salon Zahra”, scheduled to be shown next August, starring the Lebanese artist Nadine Nassib Njeim, the Syrian artist Motasem Al-Nahar, and directed by Joe Bouaid, for a text by writer Nadine Jaber.
In an interview with CNN in Arabic, he announced the imminent completion of the first season, and the preparation for new seasons, of the series “Gate of Hell”, which takes place in 2050, under the direction of director Amin Dora, wishing “good luck” to work when it is soon shown on the “Shahid” platform And he expected it to open up new horizons for drama in the Arab region.
Al-Sabah promised the audience a “high-ceilinged drama” in the fifth and last parts of the “Al-Hiba” series, which is currently being filmed in Lebanon by director Samer Barkawi, and this part will witness a confrontation between the two Syrian stars Tim Hassan and Abdel Moneim Amayri, and will include on the list of its heroes the Lebanese artist Aimee Sayah.
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In an exclusive interview with CNN in Arabic, the Lebanese producer spoke about the most important factors for the success of the “2020” series, and “record viewership rates that the Egyptian drama has not achieved before” for the series “Malouk Al-Jada’ana,” and responded to the accusations against the work of promoting bullying, considering that it is “echoes against successes.” While he said that the series “Meat Ghazal” succeeded in reaching “some of the audience” of the Egyptian star Ghada Abdel Razek.
Sadiq Al-Sabah confirmed that he will move forward with the option of filming an Egyptian drama in Lebanon during the next season, explaining that “the dramatic production scene in Egypt has been in a state of caution in competition during the past two years… That is why we found it more useful during this transitional period, To produce without any obstacles or problems that occur with us, and we built studios for Egyptian drama in Lebanon.”
And the Lebanese producer set off a surprise of the highest caliber, by talking about huge preparations that are currently taking place, to shoot an Egyptian drama in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.