Hulu’s Syrian War Drama

(Above photo by Sife ELAMINE/Hulu)

No Man’s Land, an eight-episode drama about a young French man’s search for his sister in war-torn Syria, debuts on Hulu today, November 18.

Antoine Habert (Félix Moati) travels to Syria to find out what has become of his estranged sister, whom he presumes is dead. Along the way, he joins forces with a unit of fierce Kurdish female fighters as they enter ISIS occupied territory, and encounters an assortment of adventurers, anarchists, spies and innocent victims. Through Antoine’s personal journey, the story looks to provide a perspective on Syria’s civil war and its global impact.

No Man's Land on Hulu
(Above photo by: Sife ELAMINE/Hulu)

The cast includes Mélanie Thierry, James Purefoy, Souheila Yacoub, Joe Ben Ayed, James Floyd, Dean Ridge, Julia Faure, François Caron and Céline Samie.

Ron Leshem, Maria Feldman, Eitan Mansuri and Amit Cohen co-created No Man’s Land. Leshem, Cohen and Xabi Molia wrote the series, and Oded Ruskin directed all eight episodes.

Hulu offers three subscription plans: $5.99 a month with ads; $11.99/month for a mostly commercial-free experience; and $54.99 monthly for Hulu + Live TV, which includes 60 channels and unlimited access to Hulu’s ad-supported content.  The first two options offer a one-month free trial. Hulu + Live TV offers one week of free streaming.

Hulu also offers a bundle with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month, but no free trial.

For more, visit Hulu.

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