The little-known Israeli Netflix series that turned out to be one of the best on the platform

Netflix has a large section of series, having among the most popular merlin and the Squid Game. However, the streaming platform has options that could well rival the productions of other applications such as HBOwhich has available interesting programs such as The Last of Us Y The White Lotus.

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We know how difficult it can be to find a good series to be entertained with, so now we are going to tell you about a little ‘gem’ that Netflix has in its repertoire. Is about Faudaa serial plot of Israeli origin that despite the low visibility it has in terms of viewers, has an incredible plot that has captivated those who have given it a chance.

Fauda is considered one of the best non-English-speaking Netflix series, it recently premiered its fourth season and its beginnings date back to 2016, by the hand of Lior Raz Y Avi Issacharoffwho worked throughout 2015 for its premiere a year later.

Despite not having gone viral around the world, the series has something that can be supported in terms of the veracity of being good content, since it has perfect grades in all seasons on the film and television review website, Rotter Tomatoes. In Israel, it was considered a cult series and has won awards in several editions of the Israel Academy Awards.

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Fauda and its controversies

Within the vision that the series shows through its 48 chapters, aspects have been pointed out that go beyond its description of violent, captivating and convincing, since one of the main criticisms that the series has goes towards the rather extensive explanation of the Israeli point and the absence of a Palestinian vision.

“The Middle East is already full of disinformation, insinuations and dangerous propaganda: there is no need for more,” said the activist of ‘Right to Movement Palestine’, George Zeidan, about the series.