ifilm English website reports that the respective channel has scheduled to air two new series, ‘The Patriarch’ and ‘The Warped Interpretation of a Dream’.
‘The Patriarch’, produced and directed by Akbar Khajouee, has been scheduled to air on Thursday, January 26, 2017.
In ‘The Patriarch’, Assadollah is an old-school father. He controls his family with an iron fist and his word is law. Nobody dares challenge him or talk back. He doesn't let any of his children out of his sight, even after they're married and have their own kids. They're all one big family and all his sons are living in his house with their wives and children.
Now it's time for his youngest son to get married, but there's just one problem. His bride doesn't want to live in Assadollah's house, and she refuses to let the old man or anyone else tell her what to do.
Among the actors starring in the series are Kamand Amir-Soleymani, Mahmoud Pakniyyat, Mohammad-Ali Keshavarz, Katayoun Riyahi, Jamileh Sheykhi, and Akram Mohammadi.
‘The Patriarch’, made in 1993, will replace the series ‘The Red Line’, to be broadcast daily at 18:00 GMT (22:30 Tehran time).
ifilm English will also repeat each episode of the drama the next day at 00:00, 09:00 and 15:00 GMT. The series comprises 22 segments.
‘The Warped Interpretation of a Dream’, produced by Seyyed-Kamal Tabatabaee and directed by Fereydoun Jeyrani, has been scheduled to air on Thursday, January 26, 2017.
The series is about an Iranian scientist who is being kidnapped during an operation by a number of spies. The spies are about to take the scientist to Baku for espionage and sabotage. But as the scientist gets hurt during the operation, the spies have to change their plan. Meanwhile, agents of the Iranian intelligent service are trying to make the most out of the situation.
Amir Jafari, Daryoush Arjmand, Shiva Khosromehr, Farhad Qaemian, Elham Korda, Qasem Zare, Saleh Mirza-Aqaei, Sorayya Qasemi, and Pantea Bahram are among the cast.
‘The Warped Interpretation of a Dream’, made in 2014, will replace the series ‘The Times’, to be broadcast daily at 22:00 GMT (02:30 Tehran time).
ifilm English also repeats each episode of the drama the next day at 04:00, 10:00 and 16:00 GMT. The series comprises 26 segments.