‘Fauda’ begins filming for the fourth season

Fauda fans will be happy to know that filming for the fourth season began in Israel on Tuesday. The 10-episode season will shoot across the country, as well as Ukraine, according to a press release from Yes Studios, which may or may not be a clue that the series will move to Europe.

It was also revealed that in season four, the counterterrorism unit will face unrest on two fronts simultaneously, from Hezbollah activists from Lebanon and Palestinian militants in the West Bank.

The third season, which had a key plot set in Gaza, ended with the loss of one of the main cast members, as well as another important character in the final episodes.

Lior Raz, who co-created the series with Avi Issacharoff, will be back in the title role as Doron, following his recent Netflix series, Hit & Run.

Other returning cast members include Itzik Cohen (Captain Ayub), Rona-Lee Shimon (Nurit), Idan Amedi (Sagi), Doron Ben-David (Steve), Yaakov Zada ​​Daniel (Eli), and Meirav Shirom (Dana ). New cast members include Inbar Lavi (Lucifer, impostors) Mark Ivanir (Far away, Barry, Homeland) Amir Boutrous (The Crown, Aladdin and the hilarious British short film, The chop, about a kosher butcher who gets a job in a halal butcher shop), Lucy Ayoub (better known as a TV presenter) and Loai Nofi (The good cop, tyrant).

Fauda will air in Farsi (credit: COURTESY / YES / MANOTO)

Fauda, ​​which means “chaos” in Arabic, was launched on Netflix in 2016 and has since become one of Israel’s best-known series internationally.

The series is produced by Liat Benasuly and Yes TV. Noah Stollman returns as the series’ lead writer and joins Omri Givon (Hostages, when heroes fly) who directs all the episodes.

The new season is scheduled to launch on Israel’s Yes TV in mid-2022 and will be available to stream on Netflix worldwide.


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