One of the most unticipated series: Intelligence 2013

Ifrane – Just saw the trailer, just saw the actors performances, just saw the comeback (true comeback) of a Lost star, Intelligence seems action-full, funny and dramatic. What more can a blogger asks right.

So lets get one with it! Intelligence is an upcoming American cyber-themed action/adventure television series that is expected to premiere on February 24, 2014 on CBS says my lil friend Wikipedia. My response to that however, was a bit different: WHAT THE F IS WRONG WITH THE PRODUCERS! Waiting till 2014 to let people enjoy this AMAZING series! To put you closure to its, mmm concept, lets just say it mixes between NCIS L.A., Hawaii Five-0 and covered with a taste of Homeland. ITS A MUST WATCH (when it comes out) not to mention it stars the 44 year-old yet still sexy as hell Josh Holloway.

Lets hope Intelligence is as good as it sounds, because we sure damn need new series to feed our addiction 🙂 Incase you are looking for an in-depth article, check Wikipedia 😉 just sayin

Egypt’s CBC Channel: The Voice Of Defiance

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Saidia – Launched in 2011 by Egyptian businessman “Mohammed Amine”, CBC (Capital Broadcasting Center) has become since the day it was created a panel that voices out harsh but mostly “rightfully placed” criticism against the Egyptian authorities but most notably, the Muslim Brotherhood claims many supporters of the channel.

Following the fall of Mubarak, many private channels came to see the light in Egypt and one of the biggest, most successful and outrageously controversial channel is CBC. Without being confused with America’s CBS, CBC is in fact just as a powerhouse in Egypt as CBS is in the United States. Why? Well apart from its coverage of the Egyptian elections, many people inside and outside of Egypt believe that CBC is changing the history of Egyptian and Arab television with western-like shows (Bassem Youssef’s Al Bernameg and Houna Al Assima). Although the channel made its name as one of Egypt’s most candid and defiant channels in politics, its been noted by many that the channel’s programming which includes dramas is also making a revolution in the Arab cinema with Multi-Million dollar series with steamy and again, controversial subjects.

So why do we think CBC is the voice of defiance? Simply because we’ve been following the channel since 2011 and although we have reservations concerning “bias issues”, overall…we believe that the channel and its administration are one of the rising Voice Of Defiance that ultimately and intentionally unintentionally helped in the demise of President Morsi and his Society government.