Stephen King a fan of Israeli show ‘Fauda’

Celebrity American horror author lauds Israeli award-winning TV series as "all killer and no filler."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 14, 2017 17:45
Stephen King

Author Stephen King. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Celebrity American horror author Stephen King knows a good thriller when he sees one. And he’s seen the Israeli award-winning TV series Fauda, currently streaming on Netflix.

King tweeted on Tuesday: ‘“FAUDA, on Netflix. Cool Israeli thriller. With episodes only a little longer than your average sitcom, it’s all killer and no filler.”


Last year, the gritty series with a backdrop of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict won six Ophir Awards, including best drama series. YES has picked up a second season of the show.

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