مذيع العراق يدعي على منتخبه بعد خسارتهم كأس الخليج

Mosalsal worth watching مسلسل يستاهل المتابعة: كنة الشام و كناين الشامية

  

 

 

تدور احداثه في الفترة مابين نهاية الستينات وبداية السبعينات ، وقت موضة زواج الكويتيين من بنات الشام ، وتتناول القصة ام اسمها طيبة، عندها أربعة ابناء تريد تزويجهم ، وتكون ساكنة في الشامية ، ومعروف عن منطقة الشامية أنها كانت ولا تزال من المناطق الراقية من ايام السبعينات

Mosalsal “Kinat AlSham w Kanayen Al-Shamiya” is a nice 70′s era Kuwaiti tv show, and is exclusively shown on MBC1 during Ramadan.

Watch all MBC’s Ramdan programs online and on the iPad

 

You can watch all of MBC’s Ramadan programs and mosalsalat online through their shahid.net service [link], or on the iPad through their shahid.net app [iTunes link].

Episodes are updates shortly after airing, and programs are well organized according to channel and show name.

It’s also worth noting that online viewing via the shahid. net service is available all year round, and not exclusively during Ramadan only.

Al-Watan TV’s Ramadan Schedule جدول مسلسلات رمضان على الوطن

هذا جدول و أوقات عرض مسلسلات رمضان على تلفزيون الوطن، كل المسلسلات بتوقيت دولة الكويت

This is Al-Watan TV’s Ramadan mosalsalat shows and timings, all in Kuwait local time.

Click [here] for the source and a bigger pic.

Some of Ramadan’s TV shows on MBC بعض برامج رمضان على أم بي سي

    

The Egyptian Version of Mission Impossible مسلسل شكله حده نكتة

 

المسلسل لعادل إمام و إسمه فرقة ناجي عطاالله، و بينعرض في رمضان انشاءالله. تدور قصة المسلسل حول عادل إمام و عصابته و أهم يحاولون يبوقون بنك في إسرائيل. أحداث المسلسل تدور في مصر و إسرائيل، و قصته إجتماعية كوميدية، مو مخابراتية 

The New Dictionary Definition of Poor

New Exciting TV Shows Coming This Fall – Drama

Person of Interest follows eccentric gazillionaire Finch (Lost’s Michael Emerson) and operative-turned-homeless guy Reese (The Prisoner’s Jim Caviezel), who team up to prevent crimes by using cutting-edge surveillance technology. The idea is that sometime after 9/11 Finch 
created a pattern-recognition system that collects information — through computers, cell phones, and cameras on the street — to predict who will become involved in violent crimes. Years later he hires Reese, a presumed-dead CIA agent, to help him stop those crimes before they occur. There’s just one problem: Homicide detective Carter (Date Night’s Taraji P. Henson) is also tracking Reese. Meanwhile, Reese is starting to investigate Finch’s past. And Finch? He’s got his eye on everyone. ”This story is about that fine line between paranoia and protection,” says J.J. Abrams, coexec producer along with Jonathan Nolan (The Dark Knight). ”9/11 changed the way we looked at ‘the others.’ Now everyone’s a suspect.” Sept. 22

Homeland. A long-held prisoner of war (Life's Damien Lewis) returns home from Iraq hailed as a hero — but one globe-trotting CIA analyst (Claire Danes) thinks he may, in fact, be a secret terrorist. Of course, she's also a pill-popping, bed-hopping renegade with credibility issues of her own. ''It's one of the incredible, well-drawn ironies of the show,'' says Danes. ''They were both traumatized in different ways in Iraq and are intensely lonely.'' Might things get romantic? ''Great question,'' teases exec producer Howard Gordon (24), who recognizes the show's potential for controversy. ''We don't want to be offensive'' toward soldiers returning from the real war, explains Gordon, ''but we do want to dramatize the complexities of our world.'' Oct. 2

Heart of Dixie. What do you get when you mix Gilmore Girls with equal parts Doc Hollywood and Sweet Home Alabama? That'd be The CW's Hart of Dixie, which follows brusque young doctor Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) as she leaves NYC behind for life in the slower lane of picturesque Bluebell, Alabama. Once there, Zoe inherits a practice from a mysterious doctor; clashes with her local patients on a weekly basis; and flirts with the dashing George (Scott Porter), who happens to be engaged to her nemesis Lemon (Jaime King). ''It's a third medical, a third fish-out-of-water, and a third romantic comedy,'' explains exec producer Len Goldstein. Adds Bilson: ''It's not often that you come across such a strong female role, and the fact that she has a funny bone — there's comedy in it! — was appealing to me.'' Sept. 26

Playboy Club. When creator Chad Hodge began work on the ’60s-era drama about Hugh Hefner’s private Chicago club at the center of the country’s sexual revolution, he set out to create Disneyland — but with booze and Bunnies: ”It was this fantasy world, and I wanted the show to feel like that.” (Not surprisingly, the show has already gotten some conservative critics hot and bothered, including a Utah affiliate that dropped Playboy, calling the material ”objectionable.” A different regional affiliate picked it up.) The team worked closely with Playboy 
Enterprises to keep the details authentic — right down to the famous Bunny outfits — but serves up its own story, which follows Nick Dalton (Eddie Cibrian), an attorney and club key holder who gets entangled with a novice Bunny, Maureen (Amber Heard), after she accidentally kills a Mob boss. ”Men want to be him and girls want to be with him,” says 
Cibrian. ”But he’s got a dark past.” Sept. 19

Pan Am is based on one woman's actual experiences. From 1968 to '75, exec producer Nancy Hult Ganis worked as a stewardess for the airline, and some of the show's key story lines — including the Pan Am flight team's rescue of Cubans in a stealth mission — are taken from real life. The show's central premise? Laura Cameron (Margot Robbie) runs out on her fiancé the day of her wedding and enrolls as a Pan Am stewardess like her sister, Kate (Kelli Garner). Meanwhile, Kate's been tasked by the government to assist with espionage — primarily because Pan Am was responsible for flying many of the world's power players. Also on board with the Cameron girls are Maggie (Christina Ricci) and French-born Colette (Karine Vanasse). Flying these ladies all over the world are the arrogant Dean (Mike Vogel, who replaced Jonah Lotan from the pilot) and Ted (Michael Mosley). Future plotlines will lean heavily on the political turmoil happening in 1963, including the assassination of JFK, which creator Jack Orman says the show will address this season. Viewers can expect the ladies to take a trip to Jakarta in the second episode, as well as the possibility of romance between Laura and Ted. (One thing they won't see the main cast doing: smoking cigarettes. The Disney-owned network nixed the nicotine.) But more than anything, producers hope that each week viewers feel like they've taken a first-class international trip — all without leaving their couch. "If we're successful," says Orman, "there will be a lot of people starting to demand better air travel." Sept. 25

Ringer. Inspired by movies like Blood Simple, producers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder (Supernatural) wanted to create a neo-noir saga with a trippy twin twist. ''There's something really compelling and creepy about twins that's ripe for conflict and drama,'' explains Snyder. To that end, Sarah Michelle Gellar plays Bridget, an ex-stripper hiding from an FBI agent (Nestor Carbonell) and a mobster by posing as her wealthy identical sister, Siobhan, whom she believes to be dead. (She's not.) Bridget must avoid assassination by someone who wants Siobhan dead while also managing relationships with Siobhan's husband (Ioan Gruffudd), lover (Kristoffer Polaha), and more. How does Gellar keep it all straight? With this maxim: ''Bridget is driven by redemption; Siobhan is driven by revenge.'' Sept. 13

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لايفوتكم فيلم تورا بورا

الفيلم يجنن، و قصته حيل غير عن اللي في بالي و اللي فهمته من الدعاية. هذا فيلم يرفع راس الكويت و يردنا الى ايام الفن العظيم

At the KNCC premier of ToraBora

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Like I told you today, I’m invited to the ToraBora movie premier, invited by both KNCC and the the movie’s director Walid Al-Awadi.

I’m excited to see this movie, it should be one of the best Kuwaiti movies ever, inshalla.