It’s that time of the year once again when families come together to rejoice the spirit of happiness, pleasure and laughter. STARZPLAY, the main subscription video on demand (SVOD) service, is making sure that families revel in unforgettable moments that will thrill, entertain and encourage while they remain safe at home. A mix of STARZ Original series, Arabic and Turkish series, as well as a choice of Disney movies every day is just a click away this month.
With Ramadan bringing a month of Iftars, STARZPLAY hasn’t forgotten about food lovers and aspiring cooks this Ramadan too! Genius Kitchen by Fatafeet, that hosts various popular chefs from the Arab world such as Manal Al Alem, Leyla Fathallah and Mohammad Orfali, will additionally be available for culinary aficionados to learn something new in the course of the Holy month.
Here are STARZPLAY’s pinnacle choices that will hold you and your families entertained this Ramadan:
New on STARZPLAY
Selim Al-Ansary is a morally conscious police officer who is talented at his job however is continuously criticized by those around him, even his mom and is perceived to be evil. Things change when a homicide inside the police station unjustly factors to him as a suspect and gets him arrested. Watch how Selim escapes to exhibit his innocence.
Hidden Worlds (Awalem Kafeya)
Hilal Kamal is a journalist who coincidentally finds the memoirs of an actress who is believed to have been murdered. The memoirs disclose the fact about her death, which urges Hilal to create a team to discover the truth.
Ramadan Special: Disney Movies
Reminisce into the magical Disney world as a well curated choice of new and classic Disney films dubbed in Arabic will be available every day throughout Ramadan. Top Disney titles consist of Aladdin, The Lion King, Cars, The Jungle Book, Zootropolis and more.
STARZPLAY offers its first authentic series, the acclaimed crime drama Baghdad Central, which is available exclusively on the platform. The six-part mini-series is set amidst the chaos of American-occupied Baghdad in 2003. The show follows Iraqi ex-policeman Muhsin al-Khafaji (Waleed Zuaiter) who has lost everything and is struggling with every day to hold himself and his two daughters safe: Mrouj (July Namir) who is ill and Sawsan (Leem Lubany) who got missing.
Kingdoms of Fire
Watch the epic historic drama Kingdoms of Fire available exclusively on STARZPLAY. The first Arabic manufacturing to be available in 4K HDR, Kingdoms of Fire chronicles the dynamic battle of two worlds as the Ottomans strive to occupy Cairo. The show is set throughout a duration when the Ottoman Empire decided to conquer the Arab territories in 1516.