The Hamshahri newspaper says the quality of state television series is poor

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The Hamshahri newspaper says the quality of state television series is poor

The Hamshahri newspaper has criticized the quality of the state television series.

The Hamshahri newspaper reported that some of the Iranian domestic series are being broadcast on television networks and platforms in 15 countries around the world, with a majority of them being shown in countries such as Turkey, South Korea, and some Latin American countries.

Many experts say that some of these series have the potential to be shown in other countries, which can contribute to the economic cycle of producing domestic television series.

These days, domestic television series have taken the lead in producing products and films due to the low quality of the state television productions. Domestic series have been able to attract more viewers than ever before.

Among these series, some have been able to become the most popular during their seasons.

It has been announced that series like ‘Jiran’ by Hassan Fathi are being broadcast in neighboring countries such as Iraq, Pakistan, and Kazakhstan, and they are also set to start airing in Russia, Japan, North Africa, and some Arab countries. Additionally, the series ‘Zakhme Kari-e Mahdavian’ will soon be broadcast in Malaysia and Russia.

In addition, negotiations have been made for the distribution of the skin trade, as well as the Queen’s henchmen, the beggars of Blue Whale Island, and I want to stay alive, are among other series that some of them have started their own show in other countries.


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