Roya TV launches new program lineup

Jordan

Published: 2023-09-06 17:24

Last Updated: 2024-06-15 15:31


Roya TV launches new program lineup
Roya TV launches new program lineup

Roya TV introduced an exciting and innovative array of digital television programs that cater to its broad audience in both Jordan and abroad. This qualitative addition aligns with Roya Media Group's commitment to creating interactive digital programs with sophisticated content that captivate viewers of various tastes and interests.

Roya TV remains committed to delivering sophisticated, engaging and diverse content that opens new avenues for interaction. The programs include the fifth season of “Bein Qawsayn,” which directly translates to “Between Brackets," the third season of “Sahraneen,” which directly translates to "Late Nighters," and “Ra’yain bi Wajah," which translates to “Two Opinions, One Face."

"Late Nighters" - Season Five

"Sahraneen" is hosted by the talented artist Amir Karara and showcases the journey of stars in the entertainment industry. In each episode, they discuss their rise to stardom, the challenges they faced, their relationships with colleagues, and their daily lives. You can watch the fifth season every Thursday starting Sept. 7 at 8:30 PM on Roya Channel's screen, website, and app, along with previous seasons.

"Between Brackets" - Season Five

Following the success of previous seasons, "Between Brackets" returns with a new season, hosted by Mohammad Al-Mughrabi. This weekly reality TV show delves into the deepest corners of society, shedding light on issues and red lines that have not been properly addressed. This exceptional program features lively discussions and analyzes the challenges faced by its guests, offering solutions through consultations with experts in various social affairs. You can watch season five starting Sept. 8 at 8:30 PM on Roya TV's screen, website and mobile app, in addition to previous seasons.

"Two Opinions, One Face"

This exciting youth program premieres on Roya TV’s screen, website, and app on Sept. 8, which airs every Thursday at 9:30 PM. It features dialogue segments filled with challenges and scientific issues with a hint of comedy. The program is presented by the Shashtari twins Ali and Abdullah, who resemble each other only in appearance, as their opinions often differ. The discussion revolves around the contrasting ideas of these "opposites" on various societal and youth issues in debates that push boundaries. At the end of each episode, the points of each side are tallied and the winner gets the authority to judge the other.

Users can download the Roya app for free onto their smartphones through the App Store, Huawei App Gallery and Google Play.