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In the second season of this gripping drama, Barry Al-Fayeed (Adam Rayner) ¡ª who has returned with his family to his Middle Eastern homeland after 20 years in the U.S. ¡ª realizes that his brother Jamal (Ashraf Barhom), now president of Abuddin, lacks any sense of justice or morality. Covertly working with the U.S. government to overthrow his brother, Barry is eventually found out and arrested to face charges of treason. While Barry¡¯s wife Molly (Jennifer Finnigan) waits terrified and alone in the U.S. embassy for news of her husband¡¯s fate, her only comfort is that their teenaged children were able to escape back to the U.S. Meanwhile, Molly’s mother-in-law Amira (Alice Krige) pleads with her eldest to be lenient, while Jamal¡¯s wife Leila (Moran Atias) revels in her new role as First Lady.
Love this series so far: the tension between the brothers, the palace intrigue, and the writing. The characters are beautifully drawn and acted, for the most part, except that the son, Sammy, is all wrong, and I wouldn’t have cast that actor. Other than that, I love the fact that Jamal is so complicated: he truly loves his brother, his wife, and his people, but when push comes to shove he is capable of the most unspeakable acts, which he agonizes over AFTER he commits them. Sort of like Macbeth. You wonder why he doesn’t just take the money and run, since running his country presents him with one disaster after another, usually of his own making. My theory is that he is still dealing with fact that in his childhood he failed to measure up to his father’s expectations, and that Bassam did. Decades later, he still hasn’t gotten over it. I’m waiting for next season to see what crazy things he will do, and what Bassam will do to stop him. Also, love Jamal’s wife, Moran Atias. She is a great actress and beautiful to boot. Hope to see more of her. She’s got a lot going on.
whoever wrote this story has a perfect knowledge of the history and culture of middle east!
watching TV series like this will be eye opening for the kind hearted American public who used to think they could export democracy to that part of the world. I guess after having seen this, they know things are a lot more complicated than what they thought .
season 1 an 2 are based on true stories but I am wondering what season 3 will be about .
the truth is that after the death of dictators like Sadam and Gadhafi , Chaos took over Libya and Iraq.
I am wondering what the writers are going to “suggest” in season 3. how should a country be run after the death of a dictator and defeating isis or Taliban ( Califate).
We have not seen a successful change of regime in Middle east yet . Season 3 will be purely based on imaginations of the writers. could be “too naïve” or very disappointing .
I am not the type who generally watches violence mixed with sex, so season one was at times very difficult for me, but the acting and the story is SOOOO good that it is hard to wait for the next episode! I love the brothers love and tension and their sons sweetness and good hearts. This season is much better than season one for the reason that it thankfully left out the rape scenes. The show is held together by the incredible stage presence/acting/complicated personality of the Cain-like brother, Jamal. Molly is great and painfully american. Jamals wife is the stunning beauty (who wears some very un-arabic get ups around the castle) and wavers between honorable and awful… as do others… and the good bother Basam is oh so good as the straight man to this very compelling drama which is complete fantasy. Basam BTW, in case the director reads this, looks way better without the beard.
Actors: Adam Rayner, Jennifer Finnigan, Ashraf Barhom, Morian Atias, Noah Silver
Writers: Howard Gordon, Gideon Raff, Craig Wright
Producers: Howard Gordon, Gideon Raff
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 3
Studio: Twentieth Century Fox Television
DVD Release Date: June 14, 2016
Run Time: 540 minutes
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