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Ramadan TV 2017: Some insight on what you may have missed so far
Television is as synonymous with Ramadan as cafes, religious chants and overeating
Will Egypt’s Supreme Media Regulatory Council become a new censorship body?
Mai Shams El-Din | A new decision and report by the media regulatory council looks to control TV and radio content
Mada’s Ramadan TV tips 2017: What to watch and what to drop
"Watching this series is as painful as having a tooth pulled."
Grand Hotel’s Mohamed Shaker Khodeir on being a young director in Egypt
Rowan El Shimi | The eclectic director talks to Rowan El Shimi about being an unsyndicated filmmaker, and why television
On the fly: Actor Mohamed Farag on comedy, chemistry and more
Amany Ali Shawky and Maha ElNabawi | "Not even just in work, look at couples, relationships, everything — If you have no chemistry, you
‘Where are those places?’ Ramadan TV beyond reality and representation
Mohammad Shawky Hassan | Mohamed Shawky Hassan analyzes the complexities of representation and reality in Egypt's Ramadan TV.
Notes on mental health after watching Soqoot Horr
Naira Antoun | Naira Antoun takes the occasion of the Ramadan series "Soqoot Horr" (Free Fall to reflect on the portrayal
Afrah al-Qobba: A spectacle of disappointment
Yasmine Zohdi | By sexing up a Naguib Mahfouz novel, the makers of this Ramadan's "Afrah al-Qobba" distort its evocative
The Caesar: Where NGOs burn the world and terrorists speak through CNN
Heba Afify | Heba Afify expected that “The Caesar" would bring much-needed nuance to the representation of terrorism
More features
Egypt’s media regulator monitors Ramadan TV, journalist Ibrahim Eissa
Belal Fadl’s TV drama won’t be screened during Ramadan
Party pooping
Andeel |   News ticker: "Administrative judiciary: Tiran and Sanafir islands are Egyptian." Sisi: "Bugger! Can I just watch my soap opera please!"
Cartoon: Ramadan TV wants you to…
Andeel |  Forget everything.