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Jamila Awad to Participate in Ramadan 2024 with "Good Girls" TV Adaptation

Sat 09 Dec 2023 | 08:52 AM
Jamila Awad
Jamila Awad
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Egyptian actress, Jamila Awad is making a comeback to the small screen after two years of absence.

She is set to participate in the Ramadan 2024 drama marathon with the TV adaptation of the 2018 TV series "Good Girls". 

"Good Girls" is an American crime comedy-drama television series that follows the lives of three suburban mothers who resort to robbing a supermarket and getting involved with a crime boss and the FBI. 

The series was created by Jenna Bans and aired for four seasons on NBC, from February 26, 2018, to July 22, 2021.

It starred Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman as the main characters, with a supporting cast that includes Reno Wilson, Manny Montana, Lidya Jewett, Isaiah Stannard, and Matthew Lillard.

The series was executive-produced by Bans, Dean Parisot, and Jeannine Renshaw, for Universal Television. In June 2021, NBC announced that the show was canceled after four seasons.

Jamila Awad

Awad last participated in the drama marathon with the 2021 TV series "Harb Ahleya".

It also starred Yousra, Arwa Gouda, Mayan El Sayed, Basant Siam, Cynthia Khalifeh, and others. The series was written by Ahmed Adel and directed by Sameh Abdel Aziz.

The production marks the second collaboration between Yousra and Abdel Aziz. They collaborated for the first time in the 2020 TV series “Kheyanet Ahd”.

Jamila Awad

Awad, born on April 6, 1991, is an Egyptian actress who was raised in an artistic home as her father is film director Adel Awad, her mother is actress Randa, and her grandfather is comedian Mohamed Awad.

She made her breakthrough playing Hania, a young drug addict, in the 2015 TV series “Taht El-saytara”.

The actress is best known for her roles in TV productions such as “La tutafiy alshams”(2017), “Ella Ana” (2020), and “Harb Ahlia” (2021).

She is also known for her roles in films “Hepta: El Mohadra El Akhyra” (2016), “Min Talatin Sana” (2016), “Laf We Dawaran” (2016), “Sabe Alboromba” (2019), “Al Def” (2019), “Banat Sanawy” (2020), and “Arousty” (2021).