Entertainment18 May 2020
El Eyal Kebret, Al Motazawgoon & Bye Bye London will take families through a nostalgic trip down memory lane
18th of May 2020 Netflix, the world's leading internet entertainment service, is presenting its audience with a series of their most beloved comedy plays, just in time for Eid. From El Eyal Kebret and Al Motzawgoon to Bye Bye London, Netflix’s newest additions to the service will take its members on a trip down memory lane.
Members will be able to watch this collection of plays through a dedicated row on the service called “Arabic Nostalgia.” including: El Eyal Kebret, Al Motzawgoon, Bye Bye London, Raya w Skeina, Morahek Fl Khamseen, Shahid Ma Shafsh Haga, Sok Ala Banatak, Madraset Almoshagbien, and Elwad Sayed Elshagal.
All the plays will be subbed in English and streamed around the world in 190 countries for users with Arabic user interface. While Al Motazawgoon, Raya w Skeina, Morahek Fl Khamseen and Bye Bye London will be available for users with the English user interface and the rest of the plays to follow.
“We feel a great amount of pride and joy in bringing these Arabic plays to the service - stories that many of our members in the region have grown up watching. We want to give people the opportunity to not only reminisce and relive their childhood, but allow them to create new memories with a new generation,” said Nuha AlTayeb, Director of Licensing for MENA and Turkey at Netflix.
Members can now enjoy these Nostalgic plays uninterrupted and in high quality, creating an unforgettable experience that they can share with their families. The plays will be available on the service starting on the 21st of May.
For a full list of titles, please visit Netflix.com/ArabicNostalgia
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Diaa Elsadat, Originals Publicity