Entertainment05 January 2022
The show debuts on February 3rd, exclusively on Netflix
“When a woman gets divorced, a part of her dies, it’s true. But a whole other part is born. And I realized that I’m still alive,” - Ola Abdelsabour, from Finding Ola, Netflix’s latest Arabic series.
The long awaited series Finding Ola will debut exclusively on Netflix on the third of February, bringing back beloved character Ola Abdelsabour, played by the talented Hend Sabry. Ola embarks on a journey of self-discovery full of unexpected challenges but also eye-opening encounters and surprises that she stumbles upon along the way. Throughout her journey, she will witness loss, pain and fear, leading to a path of self-awakening that will help her reconnect with her true self. Ola’s determination and passion will be her main drive along with the support of her family and friends.
Finding Ola is a dramedy tackling diverse themes such as mother-daughter relationships, friendships, second chances and self-discovery featuring a star studded cast including Sawsan Badr, Hany Adel, Nada Moussa, Mahmoud El-Leithy, Latifa Fahmy, Dalia Shawky, Aisel Ramzy, Omar Sherif, and Yasmina El-Abd, all joined by a line-up of surprise guest appearances. The show will be available in 190 countries on Netflix, subbed in 32 languages, and dubbed to 4 languages.
The magnificent Hend Sabry will star as Ola but also serve as a first time Executive Producer on the show, through her company SALAM PROD., in cooperation with Partner Pro & Executive Producer Amin El Masri. The series’ characters are inspired by the writer Ghada AbdelAal, scripted by Maha Alwazir and Ghada AbdelAal, and directed by Hadi El Bagoury.
Teaser Trailer link HERE
Key Art link HERE
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Rachel El Helou
PR Manager - MENA