Country of origin Israel
No. of seasons 21
First episode date 4 July 1978
Number of seasons 21
Cast Gidi Gov, Moshe Ivgy
Original language(s) Hebrew
No. of episodes 500
Final episode date May 1998
Number of episodes 500
|Directed by Irving Kaplan
Starring Shlomo Bar-Aba Moni Moshonov Gidi Gov Doval'e Glickman Avi Kushnir Matti Seri Moshe Ivgy Dalik Volonitz
Networks Channel 2, Reshet, Israeli Educational Television
Similar MK 22, Parpar Nechmad, Mother’s Day, Krovim Krovim, Arab Labor
Zehu Ze! (Hebrew: זהו זה!, lit. This is it!) was a long-running Israeli entertainment television program produced by Israeli Educational Television (IETV) and broadcast on the Israeli Channel 1 (until 1994) and Channel 2 on which the IETV has special broadcasting hours. The program ran regularly from 1978 to 1998.
The program was first promoted as a youth program. It was originally several comedy segments. From the start of the 1980s, the whole episode focused on one subject. The show's length was about one hour and it was shown live on Thursdays at 4pm; re-runs were shown the next day at 1:30pm.
Due to its quality, and the status of the Israeli Channel 1 as Israel's only channel until 1993, the show became very popular.
Plots of the episodes revolved around different subjects related to life in Israel (for example fishermen and the decreasing water level of the Sea of Galilee, or an episode about the electric company), fashions like Folk dancing, tributes to classics like Charlie Chaplin movies, or contemporary series like The Simpsons and Dallas.