According to Israeli publication Ynet, “Fauda” has been picked up for a fifth season
The popular Israeli drama “Fauda” returns for its fifth season. Ilan Sigal, CEO of Israel’s Yes network, broke the news earlier this week, according to the Jerusalem Post. According to the paper, Sigal appeared alongside the show’s co-creator, Avi Issacharoff, at Yes’s annual “Bar Series” event to share the news, Variety reported.
According to Israeli publication Ynet, ‘Fauda’ has been picked up for a fifth season after protracted negotiations between the network and the creators. No details have been confirmed as to the plot of the season or when it might air.
No details have been confirmed as to the plot of the season or when it might air. Issacharoff, an Israeli journalist, created a hit series with the show’s star Lior Raz almost 10 years ago.
It first premiered in 2015 and told the story of Doron (played by Raz), an Israeli army commander. He often touches on the Arab-Israeli conflict and other issues. (In Hebrew, the word ‘fauda’ means ‘chaos’.) Itzik Cohen and Meirav Shirom are part of the series’ fifth season.