NOW STREAMING: 'Jinn', the first Middle East original series, on Netflix

Jinn will launch with five 30- to 45-minute episodes, to be watched in more than 190 countries and by 148 million subscribers around the world.
On a field trip to Petra, two jinns enter the human realm, turning high school into a supernatural battleground.
On a field trip to Petra, two jinns enter the human realm, turning high school into a supernatural battleground.

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Five episode supernatural fantasy horror series Jinn, which follows a group of high school students caught in a battle between two jinns, makes its debut on Netflix on Thursday, June 13.

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First Netflix Arabic original series, Jinn starts principal photography

The series was first announced in February of 2018 and was shot in Jordan. It will be available in 26 languages, in more than 190 countries and 148 million subscribers around the world.

Set in modern Amman and ancient Petra, Jinn follows a group of Arab teenagers as their friendships and budding romances are tested when they unknowingly invite the supernatural forces of jinn into their world. As the jinn get stronger and the lines between good and evil blur, the high school students don’t know who to trust. Can they find the answers needed in order to save everything?

Starring Salma Malhas, Hamzeh Okab, Sultan Alkhail and Aysha Shahaltough, Jinn is produced by Kabreet Productions, directed by Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya and Amin Matalqa.

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