The series follows a married couple who work as journalists in the same place. An ideological conflict ensues between the couple after the 25th of January revolution, while the episodes reveal how they interact privately and publicly, and offer and observation of the patriarchal attitude of the “Eastern Man”.
Ekhtefaa deals with a college tutor who lives in Russia with her husband. When he suddenly disappears, she goes on a journey to find him. As her search takes her to Egypt, she finds out things that she had never known before.
This comedy series addresses the issue of class distinctions from the perspective of two sisters. One of the sisters is working class while the other is part of the bourgeoisie which creates a variety of comical and ironic scenarios.
In a career where there is no place for fear, and with much courage and humanity, the officer Salim saves a child from death by killing one of the wanted men. The execution without a decision led to his transfer to the investigations department. As he is doing his duty Salim hits an escaping man so he dies. As Murder is considered a huge crime, what awaits Salim?
The show chronicles around a man called Zein, who is played by Mohamed Ramadan. Zein goes into a deadly dispute with Hitler (Sayed Ragab). Zein, living in Southern Egypt, is a businessman whose work is illegal. As their conflict develops, each strives to bring down his opponent. Meanwhile, Zein finds himself falling in love with two women, one of which is his cousin.
Mahmoud Abdelzaher is an Egyptian policeman whose revolutionary ideas lead to his relocation to the Syoot Oasis. He arrives at the Oasis with his foreign wife, Catherine, to begin a new life of cultural intrigue.