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Pay-TV operator OSN is offering what it calls an ‘ultimate’ access bundle called GetItAll to allow subscribers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to view 27 series during Ramadan.

OSN Al Zaebak 24 May 2017The GetItAll bundle is available through OSN’s Plus HD set-top box (STB) and will include the popular Ottoman epic drama series Kösem Sultan, starring Nurgül Yesilçay and Egyptian dramas Al Zaybak (pictured, staring Karim Abdel Aziz); Ard Jaw (Ghada Abdel Razik); and Fi El Lala Land (Donia Sameer Ghanem). Gulf drama Rummana, starring Hayat Al-Fahd will also feature on OSN Ya Hala Al Oula HD during Islam’s holy month.

OSN’s Alfa package will include El Hisab Yigma’a, starring Yousra, and Khalsana Be Shaiaka starring Ahmed Mekky. Li Aala Sie’r features Nelly Karim, Ahmed Fahmy and Zeina; while Amr Saad and Reham Hagag are the leading duo in Wada’ Amni. OSN will also air Halawt El Donia featuring Hind Sabry and Dafer Abdeen and Harbana Minha with Yasmine Abd El Aziz.

ART programming on OSN includes Taim Hassan in Al Haiba as well as Qanadeel Al Oshaq, featuring the Cyrine Abdel Nour and La Totfi Al Shams with Amina Khalil.

“This Ramadan, OSN is bringing more value to our customers through our extensive roster of programmes tailored for the family. With a number of popular dramas from across the region, OSN subscribers in MENA get to enjoy the best shows, and have the convenience of never having to miss an episode through our advanced box features,” said Emad Morcos, chief content officer, OSN.

“As spending quality time with family becomes a top priority during Ramadan, OSN’s features such as Series Link, OSN Play and OSN On Demand HD become more valuable than ever,” he added.