The international streaming platform Netflix will premiere the first episode of the Egyptian series Paranormal on 5 November, as the company’s first production in Egypt.
Netflix has already launched the first trial of the series, which is based on the novel by the late Egyptian author Ahmed Khaled Tawfik.
The trial highlights the main characters, Dr Refaat Ismail, a man in his forties, and his university colleague Maggie, facing a series of supernatural events.
Netflix has specified that the series will be available worldwide via its platforms in 190 countries, with subtitles for more than 32 languages.
The series will also be available into more than nine languages, including English, Spanish, French, Turkish, and German. Furthermore, it will have an audio description in Arabic for the visually impaired, and text description for the hearing-impaired.