OSN, the pay TV platform has chosen ‘Justice’ as the first procedural drama produced in the middle east to air in the region. Justice is said to be the biggest series to come out of the UAE, created by Walter Parkes and William Finkelstein, the legal and family drama is based on real cases from the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.
The series revolves around Farah, an ambitious young lawyer who returned home after her studies in the U.S and trying to kick off her career while her father pushes her to work for his legal practice. “Regional content is hugely sought after and this recent deal with IM Global Television and Image Nation will see us adding to our premium Arabic entertainment choices,” said Emad Morcos, chief content officer for OSN.
Ben Ross, head of narrative film and television at Image Nation Abu Dhabi, said: “‘Justice’ is a great example of Image Nation’s commitment to the MENA audience, to produce top-class Arabic language entertainment with high production value and storytelling that reflects the experiences and locations of modern-day life in the region.”