Chaotic TV

‘Fauda,’ Israel’s favorite action drama series, films fourth season

Latest installment will pick up where last season ended, with unrest on Lebanon border and in the West Bank

Jessica Steinberg, The Times of Israel's culture and lifestyles editor, covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center

Actor and 'Fauda' co-creator Lior Raz filming the fourth season of the action drama in November 2021 (Courtesy Yes TV)
Actor and 'Fauda' co-creator Lior Raz filming the fourth season of the action drama in November 2021 (Courtesy Yes TV)

Need some more “Fauda” in your viewing life?

The fourth season is on its way, as filming began this month in Israel. The latest installment of the Israeli action drama will include ten episodes, and is scheduled to launch on Israel’s Yes TV in mid-2022 and stream on Netflix worldwide.

With this latest season of the Yes Studios-produced series, “Fauda” — which means “chaos” in Arabic — will become the country’s longest-running action series, created by Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, and launched in 2016 on Netflix.

Noah Stollman returns as the series’ head writer and is joined by Omri Givon directing all episodes.

The fourth season, which will be filmed throughout Israel and in Ukraine, takes place after the events of the third season, and — spoiler alert — following the loss of one of the unit’s core members.

The latest installment will introduce new threats and new cast members, with main character Doron (played by series co-creator Lior Raz) and the team facing simultaneous unrest on two fronts, by Hezbollah activists from Lebanon and Palestinian terrorists in the West Bank.

Other returning cast members include Itzik Cohen (Captain Ayub), Rona-Lee Shimon (Nurit), Idan Amedi (Sagi), Doron Ben David (Steve), Yaacov Zada Daniel (Eli) and Meirav Shirom (Dana).

Actors joining the cast include Inbar Lavi, Mark Ivanir, Amir Boutrous, Lucy Ayoub and Loai Noufi.

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