“Fauda” is an Israeli TV show that has achieved worldwide fame thanks to Netflix. Fortunately, it doesn’t end there.
When the third season “Fauda” premiered on Netflix in December, co-creator Avi Issacharoff already announced that a fourth season of the series was already in the works. In an interview with the Times of Israel, he revealed more about his feelings about “Fauda.”
“Fauda” Season 4: When Will It Release?
Avi Issacharoff, who co-created the series with Lior Raz, could not have known in December 2019 that a virus would almost completely shut the world down in April 2020. There is currently no film or series production that is not restricted by the measures. It, therefore, remains to be seen whether the makers will be able to keep to their very punctual schedule again. Then the new season would be shown on Netflix at the end of the year and probably four to five months later, in 2021.
Fauda Season 3 Is The Bitterest
The third season is the bitterest so far, and one is surprised that pain can be increased in this series. Issacharoff has other projects going, and Lior Raz is often booked for commercials.
The local aspect of the series is essential to both of them, even if it is now internationally known and has been named one of the 30 best international TV shows of the decade by the New York Times. And that, although the first two seasons of “Fauda,” according to Issacharoff, only cost about as much as an episode of an average US series.
But it is precisely this personal and local story about the Israel-Palestine conflict. Both series creators can create authentically based on their own experiences, fascinates worldwide, and even inspire some Palestinians’ hardliners.
Since the production for broadcasting in Israel did not have to deal with fan fatigue, everyone who wants to follow Doron and his team can assume that it will continue. In the interview mentioned above, Issacharoff also speaks very encouraging words:
“We have a lot of appetites and we are storytellers at the end of the day. We still have a lot to tell, from Israel, but also outside of Israel and we will try to get that on the screen.”