Netflix's first original Arabic series Jinn gets a trailer

Netflix's first original Arabic series Jinn gets a trailer

The show follows a jinn that seeks out the help of a group of high school kids
23 May, 2019

High school is already a tough time for many but what happens when a jinn shows up needing your help?

Netflix unveiled its plans for its first original Arabic series last year in February and now we have a trailer for the supernatural teen drama Jinn.

A group of teenagers plan a trip to the ancient city of Petra and end up meeting a jinn in human form who needs their help stopping an evil jinn from harming the lives of many, including their own.

Last year, the show's screenwriter Bassel Ghandour had said, "We are really excited about this. It is very common in Middle East that people know someone who has a jinn story, so it’s nice to take that and turn it into a fun and mysterious teen adventure that everyone can enjoy."

"On a broader note, I love that Netflix is investing a lot in the region, it’s a real turning point. We have such a rich storytelling culture, and we'll finally be able to enjoy Arabic content with Netflix quality."

Jinn releases June 13.


Ibrahim May 23, 2019 06:56pm
Arabia's answer to Ghost Busters.
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Hassan May 23, 2019 06:57pm
Good to see Arabic series....
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A May 24, 2019 06:16am
Look at women’s plight in Pakistan.
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sahba a omair May 25, 2019 05:12am
looks interesting
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Laila May 25, 2019 07:16am
Its interesting that the Arab version of jinn stories is so different from the Pakistani /desi version (example with jinns controlling your fate, banish on rishtas, taweez etc.). I definitely favour the Arab version of jinns.
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