11 اذار/مارس 2014
With weight loss so fast and drastic, the assumption of some is that Somaya Al Khashab had surgery. The Egyptian actress claims this strict diet gets the actual credit.
Bassem Yakhour is apparently way too busy working on a number of projects to take part in Nadine al Rasi's new drama series.
Zeina's life doesn't seem to be getting any easier, as Ahmed Ezz is refusing to take a paternity test to prove that the twins aren't his.
Public concern has been raised for awhile over the Egyptian actor's health, but never have we seen him so thin and pale.
She's caught between a contract and a hard place. Safinaz is allegedly being sued by hotel "Al Nabilah" for breach of contract and may face deportation.
The loosely Biblically-based film "Noah" has made waves in the Middle East and faces being banned in several countries. Bahrain business owners toss in their support for the blockbuster ban.
Bassem Yakhour and Ayman Reda reveal the theme of Season 10 of their popular satirical sketch show “Spotlight.”
Bassem Youssef can't get a break. His show was suspended by CBC for mocking pro-Sisi campaigns, and now that MBC Masr has picked it up, the signal was intentionally jammed on Friday night. Now he speaks out on presidential candidates' stance on "freedom of expression".
Scores of Egyptian candidates screened in Egypt's Alexandria for popular TV show Arabs Got Talent; eliminations to continue Thursday in Cairo.
She's an accordionist, singer, and now radio show host. Youssra El-Hawary's weekly Nogoum FM show features live performances from Egypt's independent musicians.
10 اذار/مارس 2014
Jordan's first reality TV talent show competition "Jordan Star" has finally aired, but the reviews were very, very mixed!
With a new drama "Adam's Apple" in the works, Riham Abdel Ghafour is getting her Syrian study on to speak the dialect for her role as a Syrian nanny.
A court order reinstated Eman Al Bahr Darwish to head of the Egyptian Musician Union, but many of the members are in outrage
The competition continues between Egyptian stars Tamer Hosny and Mohammad Hamaki.
With other Arab countries already saying "nope" to releasing the controversial Christian film "Noah", a UAE release is still TBD.