ABS-CBN’s ‘A Soldier’s Heart’ Becomes First Arabic-Dubbed Filipino Series to Stream in Middle East

ABS-CBN’s hit action-drama series “A Soldier’s Heart,” becomes the first Arabic-dubbed Filipino drama to stream on rising video-on-demand platforms in the Middle East after the company forged an agreement with Rabee Alhajabed Art Production & Distribution FZE.

The Philippine hit action-drama series “A Soldier’s Heart” is available in three streaming platforms: Maraya, Shofha, and Weyyak, covering Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and other Arabic-speaking territories.

“A Soldier’s Heart” follows the powerful story of Alex (Gerald Anderson), an IT expert who joins the army and crosses paths with a Muslim family whose identity makes him reconsider where his future might lie. Proving to be a stirring drama, its story made a lasting impact on the hearts of viewers, while also emphasizing the challenges and sacrifices military people face as they fulfil their oaths to their nation.

Similarly, a staple of Philippine popular culture, the action-fantasy drama “Darna,” which starred Jane de Leon, will soon be available with its own Arabic-dubbed version. This Arabic-dubbing initiatives of ABS-CBN comes after the series of scripted format sales of “A Mother’s Guilt”, “Mea Culpa”, “The Good Son” and “Forevermore” in the region, further solidifying ABS-CBN’s strength in creating deeply-moving stories that cross borders.Selling over 50,000 hours of content to over 50 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America, ABS-CBN transitions from a Phiilppine broadcasting company to a global storytelling company that champions Filipino talent by showcasing world-class Filipino shows to diverse audiences across multiple platforms.

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