The 90s is an Israeli television series of the situation comedy genre, which deals with the experiences of Shalom Assayag's family and presents in a comedic-ethnic way the society that characterized Israel in the 1990s. The series airs on Network 13 and continues the plot, characters and characteristics of the "80s" series. The lead screenwriter is Daniel Assayag who stars in the series as his father Shalom Assayag, and the nephew of the lead screenwriter of the 80s series, Manny Assayag.
A three-episode docu-series that unfolds one of the most difficult social issues in Israel. In 1994, Rabbi Uzi Meshulam and his followers stayed at his home in Yehud, with women, children and firearms, and demanded an investigation into the affair of the disappearance of Yemeni children. For 50 days, police forces besieged the house for fear of escalation, until the bitter end.
"The Meshulam Riddle"
Carpool Karaoke with Udi Kagan - A second season of local adaptation to the successful international format. Udi Kagan goes out with Israel's leading singers on a journey that is all about a musical, intimate and entertaining encounter, which reveals unfamiliar aspects of the artists we all love.
Police Drama - MANAYEK is a show that deals with deceit and betrayal. It is set in a world where everybody is lying to everybody about everything. It is also a show about the secrets we sometimes keep from the people closest to us. It takes aim at the deep seeded corruption within the Israeli legal system - and the victims that this corruption leaves behind.
The moment the city of Yamit was evacuated in April 1982 had a fault line in the relationship between the state and its citizens. The great resistance of the residents and their supporters against the evacuation was about to turn into a civil war, and the bulldozers that demolished the houses became a symbol of an era. The series deals with the big question that arises 40 years later: Was the big price they paid for peace justified?
When you’re in your early twenties, your best friend is a like a song you can’t stop listening to on a loop, until you never want to hear it again. Sad City Girls is a dramedy about that kind of friendship, and the moments of magic and obsession, the good vibes and bad news, that make it so wonderful and terrible.
Sad City Girls
Kobi Maimon and Littal Schwartz embark on a docu-comic journey to explore where they have gone wrong to date and what life has to offer. In each episode, they examine a different question that bothers them: Is there a better relationship than any of them have? How did people make more money than them? Are they spiritual enough? Is it better to live abroad? Is it possible to be better parents? The experiences they go through in each episode they bring to the stand-up stage - where they tell what they really went through.