The stories of 3 related families leaving in the same building at the address of Vitek St. #9. The series starts when Tiki, a tour guide, and Ilan, an insurance agent, move in with their ...
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Four friends sell their start-up company for 217,000,000$ and move in together into a mansion. The four stereotypical friends are: the serious CEO (Asaf Harel), the playboy marketing VP (... See full summary »
This longest-running Israeli TV show was originally targeted at the young teen age group. A live talk-show with comic interludes by the hosts and a cast of regulars, it featured such spots ... See full summary »
Azulai is a policeman in Jaffa, whose incompetence is only matched by his soft-heartedness. His superiors want to send him to early retirement, but he would like to stay on the force, and ... See full summary »
"Fauda" (Arabic for 'Chaos') depicts the two-sided story of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Doron, a commander of undercover Israeli unit, the Israeli Special Forces, operating inside ... See full summary »
Charlie gets by through fleecing suckers with a three-card Monte. He passes himself off as a rich businessman. Miko is a street kid who spends his time with Charlie instead of going to ... See full summary »
The stories of 3 related families leaving in the same building at the address of Vitek St. #9. The series starts when Tiki, a tour guide, and Ilan, an insurance agent, move in with their daughter Galia to the 3rd floor. Tiki's brother Yoram, an Hypochondriac engineer, lives on the 2nd floor with his wife Leora, a clerk, and their children Evyatar, Efrat and Muli. Their aunt, fun loving retired, Hana lives on the 1st floor.
As mentioned in the episode "Look out, a thief!" (Zehirut, Ganav!), the fictional building is located at the corner of the (also fictional) Lugasi st. and Vitek st. The city in which it stands is intentionally never revealed. See more »
[whenever someone knocks or rings at her apartment door]
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A funny comedy show with good actors with a plot many people in Israel can relate to. Some of it's episodes are very funny and a must to watch if you were born in Israel. With known actors that play well. I like this show because unlike many new comedy series this show doesn't try hard to be funny, it's just funny thanks to excellent writers and directors.
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