Webedia Arabia Group, a media and technology company developing creative content for Arab Consumers, has announced Netflix’s licensing of the popular Saudi drama series Takki, which is now available for viewing on the platform.
Produced by UTURN, which is part of Webedia Arabia Group, the dramatic series follows the story of a young Saudi film director following his dream of what was once a ban of cinemas in the Kingdom and several other social issues such as women not being able to drive at one point in time. It reflects facets of the Saudi society and the social challenges its youth faced, providing insights into the life of a generation caught between conservatism and modernism. T
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