Created by Avi Issacharoff. Produced by Tender Productions. Stars: Lior Raz, Shadi Mar'i, Laëtitia Eïdo. Also known as Fauda in Germany. It debuted on Feb 15, 2015, on Yes. The series has 8.2 * rating by IMDb. Won the Award of the Israeli Television Academy.
How Many Seasons Of Fauda: 2 (24 episodes)
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Season premieres on December 31, 2017
Yes, 12 episodes
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Season premieres on February 15, 2015
Yes, 12 episodes
Fauda is on Yes (Israel) Sundays at 10 pm
Season 2 Episode 12 (Episode 12 - Season Finale) - Air Date: Mar 18, 2018 (about a year ago)
How An Israeli Journalist's Coverage Of The Palestinian Conflict Inspired 'Fauda' - via Nhpr
There aren't too many TV channels or networks in Israel - five altogether. So the options weren't wide. I mean, we had only a few. And after getting the three first nos, the fourth one - just one before the last one - Yes said yes. Yes is the satellite television company that had enough courage to gamble on "Fauda." And "Fauda" was a huge gamble for an Israeli network, then again, because the show is dealing with Palestinian-Israeli conflict - because the show, half of it, is in Arabic. This is not something that is obvious that the Israelis would watch.
'There's No Israeli Cuisine': Fauda Star Takes Local Arab Food to Israeli TV - according to Haaretz
“I don’t get your question,” says Salim Dau, when I ask what he thinks about the additional funding for Israeli Arab cultural institutions that Culture Minister Miri Regev has approved during her tenure. I ask...
Fauda, la serie tv che mixa Gomorra e Homeland - by Justnews
La serie racconta la storia del comandante di una unità Mista’arvim Doron e della sua squadra mentre cercano di prendere il terrorista di Hamas responsabile di diversi attacchi terroristici, conosciuto come Abu-Akhmed. Mentre nella seconda stagione, l’unità delle forze speciali israeliane hanno un altro bersaglio: sono alla ricerca di Nidal al-Maqdisi, un militante dello Stato Islamico. Le prime immagini di quest’ultima stagione iniziano con un’esplosione alla fermata dell’autobus; ma l’attacco non è stato ordinato, come ci si aspettava, da Hamas, ma da un’ulteriore minaccia: si tratta di un rimpatriato dalla Siria che si sta allenando con lo Stato islamico.
The next Homeland? The problems with Fauda, Israel's brutal TV hit - by Theguardian
At a time when Israelis rarely seek out Palestinian viewpoints in real life, much less on TV, this may explain why Fauda’s creators initially struggled to find a domestic outlet for the series. It portrays the infiltrator unit, whose members (mostly male, but there is one woman) kill, torture, assault and violently threaten Palestinians in a manner that jars with any claims of moral superiority. And this second series contains more narrative mirroring. We see each side struggle with unity and discipline over revenge and going rogue, with causes taking precedence over family relationships, lured into a violence that creates its own momentum. Both sides are compromised, manipulative and varying degrees of unhinged.