November’s line-up also offers new and exclusive Arabic movies as well as a Turkish series slot with brand new shows

Dubai, UAE; November 12 2018: Brace yourselves to watch the most awaited shows of the season only with OSN. The region’s leading entertainment network is bringing forth a a spectacular line-up of fresh and exclusive programming this November.

From the highly anticipated new seasons of popular series such as House of Cards final season, which comes to viewers in the Middle East at the same time as the US, to brand new Arabic shows and thought provoking documentaries-premiering every Saturday, OSN’s November line-up offers irresistible and exclusive entertainment.

Subscribers can also look forward to a range of outstanding content from top studios including National Geographic, Discovery, NBC and E! Entertainment, all set to further enhance this season’s offering. OSN subscribers can also watch and catch up anytime, anywhere and on any device with OSN Play.

OSN Series First HD

The Last Kingdom, season 3

Premiering exclusively on Friday 23 November, 10pm (KSA), the British historical fiction, adapted from Bernard Cornwell’s ‘The Saxon Stories’  is set in the year 872, and England has fallen to the invading Danes, leaving the great kingdom of Wessex standing alone and defiant under the command of King Alfred. Against this turbulent backdrop lives the hero, Uhtred.

NEW: Reality Check: Documentaries on OSN First HD –  Home of HBO

OSN’s dedicated documentaries block, ‘Reality Check’, offers factual fans a roster of cerebral content every Friday and Saturday from 12pm to 12am, with a topical premiere every Saturday at 8pm (KSA). This month’s favourites include Disconnected, 17 November,  that studies the impact of the modern technology, the internet and social media on society, and Journey in The Danger Zone: Iraq, 24 November, coinciding with the 15-year anniversary of  the fall of Baghdad to a coalition of British and American forces, journalist Adnan Sarwar who was a junior commander in the British Army, returns to explore present day Iraq and asks what the future holds for the country.

OSN Living HD

The Taste

The high-stakes cooking competition where flavour is the only thing that matters premieres on Monday 12 November, 8pm (KSA). Hosted by multi award-winning food writer and TV cook Nigella Lawson, the critically-acclaimed chef Ludo Lefebvre and legendary food maverick Anthony Bourdain, these presenters  judge the contestants as well as compete between themselves.

OSN Yahala Cinema HD

OSN Yahala Cinema HD also brings a stellar line-up of new movies exclusively every Friday at 11pm (KSA), this November. Top highlights include:

Al Khalia الخلية

Premiering on Friday 16 November, Al Khalia revolves around the security forces’ efforts to combat terrorism and the difficulties they face during their work. It chronicles around a special operations officer who deals with more than one terrorist operation and how he hunts down terrorist cells. Starring Ahmed Ezz, Mohamed Mamdouh, Samer El Masrei, and  Amina Khalil.

Other Programming Highlights

Mars, season 2, National Geographic

This docu-drama mixes real-life stories and interviews about exercises designed to further the cause of colonising Mars with a fictional tale of the first manned mission to land there in the year 2033. In season two, it ha been nine years since their landing on Mars and the six original astronauts have developed Olympus Town into a full-fledged colony. Mars premieres, Thursday, 15 November, 8pm (KSA) on National Geographic.   

Amelie looks up as the Saga 4 departs for Earth. (National Geographic/Attila Szalay)


My World to You

From Tuesday 27 November, 9pm (KSA), join Darine El Khatib as she presents a new perspective on the cultures, traditions, unexplored destinations and foods of the world.
Each episode simulates a day in Darine’s life, following her waking up in the morning before she reveals what lies ahead. During her travels, she interacts with locals to discover the culture, heritage and civilizations of the country.