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Also known as  TMT
Country of origin  Saudi Arabia
No. of seasons  18
Final episode date  2011
Number of seasons  18
9.4/10 IMDb

Directed by  Abdul Khaleq Alghanem
Original language(s)  Arabic
First episode date  1992
Language  Arabic
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Starring  Nasir Al-GasabiAbdul-Allah Al-Sadhan
Network  Middle East Broadcasting Center
Cast  Nasser Al Qasabi, Abdul-Allah Al-Sadhan
Similar  Selfie, Shabab al bomb, Bab Al‑Hara, Qomrah, 37 Degrees

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Tash Ma Tash (1992-2011) (Arabic: طاش ما طاش‎‎) ("No Big Deal" in English) was a popular Saudi Arabian satirical comedy that had been run for 18 seasons so far. It aired on the Saudi State-owned television channel Saudi T.V. Channel 1 for 13 seasons but in 2005 it was bought by MBC. New episodes ran exclusively during Ramadan right after sunset.


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  • Nasir Al-Gasabi-Star
  • Abdul-Allah Al-Sadhan-Star
  • Fahd Al-Hayyan-Co-Star
  • Yousef Al-Jarrah-Co-Star
  • Bashir Ghoneim-Co-Star
  • Mohammed Al-assa-Co-Star
  • Habib Al-Habib-Co-Star
  • Rashid Al Shamrani-Co-Star
  • Ali al madfia-Co-Star
  • Khaled Sami-Co-Star
  • Ahmed Khalil-Co-Star
  • Khaled El Sayed
  • Synopsis

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    The show consists of episodic comedy sketches that present social commentary on the Saudi society. Every episode has a new story and characters, though popular characters tend to re-appear in new storylines. Most episodes poke fun at the flaws of Saudi society while others show a tendency for dark comedy and melodrama. The show was one of the pioneers of self-criticism in the Saudi media, with the episodes often dealing with sensitive topics such as social aspects, culture, terrorism, marital relations, and religion.

    The show satirizes regional social, cultural, and legal state found within Saudi Arabia.

    Set Locations

  •  United Arab Emirates
  •  Bahrain
  •  Jordan
  •  Egypt
  •  Lebanon
  •  Syria
  •  India
  •  Czech Republic
  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
  •  Yemen
  •  South Africa
  • Societal relations

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    John R. Bradley, author of Saudi Arabia Exposed: Inside a Kingdom in Crisis, said that the show continues to run and receive high ratings because, in Saudi Arabia, people perceive comedy to be a good valve for frustrations for social, regional, and other issues.

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    The show has been a target for religious clergy after an episode aired which criticized the judges of the local courts (who are clergymen) of skipping work or leaving early, leaving paperwork and cases delayed.

    One episode portrayed the difficulty for women to do basic things without a mahram (a legal male guardian). The two heroines of the episode were alone because the husband of one and brother of the other were in Paris for a few weeks. The women were harassed and flirted with in parks by young men, escorted out of shops and turned away from banks. They tried to regain freedom of movement by borrowing a senile grand father (a cure worse than the disease) and finally disguised the daughter of one and niece of the other as a little boy. Ultra-conservatives deemed this episode offensive to Islamic traditions. Many people considered this episode to be somewhat exaggerated but true.

    The two stars of the show even received death threats from terrorists after the show aired an episode which attacked terrorism. Actors constantly receive death threats.

    As of 2011, the show has been discontinued and there are no plans for future seasons.


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