Five popular Middle Eastern YouTube channels to check out

Here are five popular regional YouTube channels to check out and binge watch. Shady Srour <div class=”embedObjects videoWrapper”></div> Subscribers: 1,275,300 Location: Egypt The YouTube stars makes satirical videos that are close to traditional Arab lifestyles. Shady handles all the acting, directing, writing, editing and shooting himself. He also plans to start making prank videos this […]

Here are five popular regional YouTube channels to check out and binge watch.

Shady Srour

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Subscribers: 1,275,300

Location: Egypt

The YouTube stars makes satirical videos that are close to traditional Arab lifestyles. Shady handles all the acting, directing, writing, editing and shooting himself. He also plans to start making prank videos this year.

The Saudi Reporters

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Subscribers: 1,333,066

Location: Saudi Arabia

Through their sketches and comedy vlogs, brothers Abdulaziz and Abdullah aim to challenge youngsters and promote good values. Their Ramadan-related errands video has received more than 1,966,019 views.

CBC Egypt

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Subscribers: 618,306

Location: Egypt

Whether you want to impress guests with new dishes this Ramadan, or catch up on Yehia El-Fakharany’s shows, CBC Egypt’s YouTube channel has you covered. They upload all their shows to the channel in HD.

Marvel at Yehia El-Fakharany’s latest work or learn how to make a classic Ramadan dish with Chef Sherbini.

Juhara Al Sajer

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Subscribers: 375,380

Location: KSA

Juhara has launched a new series called Special Ramadan Tent with Joujou, a weekly show showcasing videos on beauty, lifestyle, and travel. Her videos often feature her father whom she says is her biggest supporter.

ONtv

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Subscribers: 971,720

Location: Egypt

The channel uploads and live streams some of the most popular Ramadan series, from Khaled El Nabawy’s Seven Souls to Youssef El Sherif’s action thriller The Caesar.

Source: art & life

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