The Good Wife
The Good Wife is an American legal and political drama television series that aired on CBS from September 22, 2009, to May 8, 2016. It focuses on Alicia Florrick, the wife of the Cook County State's Attorney who returns to her career in law after the events of a public sex and political corruption scandal involving her husband; the series was created by Robert and Michelle King and stars Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles, Christine Baranski, Matt Czuchry, Archie Panjabi, Alan Cumming, features Chris Noth in a recurring role. The executive producers are Ridley Scott, Charles McDougall, David W. Zucker; the Good Wife is a serialized show featuring several story arcs that play out over multiple episodes, as well as stand-alone storylines that are concluded by the end of each episode. The serial plots—a rarity on CBS, a network where most of the programming at that time was procedural—were showcased in its praised fifth season; the Good Wife won numerous prestigious awards, including five Emmys and the 2014 Television Critics Association Award for Outstanding Achievement in Drama.
The performances of the show's cast have been recognized, with Julianna Margulies' role as Alicia Florrick receiving significant praise. The show has received wide acclaim for its insight on social media and the internet in society and law, it is considered by several critics to be network television's "last great drama", producing full 22-episode seasons while other acclaimed dramas produce only 6 to 13 episodes per season. CBS announced on February 2016, that the show was ending with its seventh season; the final episode aired on May 8, 2016. The series focuses on Alicia Florrick, whose husband Peter, the former Cook County, Illinois State's Attorney, has been jailed following a notorious political corruption and sex scandal. After having spent the previous 13 years as a stay-at-home mother, Alicia returns to the workforce as a litigator to provide for her two children. Writers Michelle and Robert King wanted to create a series that focused on the wife of a high-profile politician following a public sex scandal.
They got the idea after they observed prominent American scandals of this nature, such as those involving President Bill Clinton and North Carolina Senator John Edwards. The image of a wife standing silently beside her husband as he publicly admits to his sexual or political misconduct had become cliché, according to Robert King; this image led the Kings to question why these women stood by their husbands, as well as to wonder about the events that followed on that initial announcement. They were further intrigued by the fact that many of the wives were lawyers who had halted their personal careers for the sake of their husbands' professional ambitions; the actual idea for the series was first postulated in the weeks following the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal of 2008. As Michelle King, explains: You know, what's interesting about a lot of these political scandals is that the women are lawyers, too. Hillary is a lawyer. Elizabeth Edwards is a lawyer. I think; that is, we knew she had to go back to work, we had so many female lawyers to draw on.
The series was created by Michelle and Robert King, who serve as executive producers and show runners. The pair had produced the short-lived legal drama In Justice that aired as a mid-season replacement in early 2006; the creators had worked extensively in feature films. Scott Free productions helped to finance The Good Wife and Ridley Scott, Tony Scott and David W. Zucker are credited as executive producers. Executive producer Dee Johnson added television writing experience to the team. Charles McDougall was the pilot's other executive producer. McDougall had enjoyed success as the director of the pilot for Desperate Housewives. All seven executive producers returned when a full series was ordered and they were joined by executive producer Brooke Kennedy. McDougall left the crew after executive producing the second episode; the series is produced by Bernadette Caulfield who had worked on the HBO polygamy drama Big Love. Several new producers were added to the crew. Angela Amato Velez joined the crew as a consulting producer and writer bringing legal experience from her careers as a police officer and legal aid attorney and writing experience from the police dramas Third Watch and Southland.
Todd Ellis Kessler, who had completed production on The Unit, had worked on legal drama The Practice, joined the staff as a co-executive producer and writer. Ted Humphrey served as a supervising producer and writer and as co-executive producer and writer. Corinne Brinkerhoff completed the production team as a co-producer. Brinkerhoff had worked as a writer and story editor on Boston Legal. David W. Zucker is an executive producer on the show, having been nominated for four Primetime Emmys and one PGA Award, his credits included Judging Amy, The Pillars of the Earth, Law Dogs. Authenticity of plot and characters was achieved through the use of script consultants, including Karen Kessler, a founding member and president of Evergreen Partners Inc. a public relations and events planning firm. Alicia Florrick: The wife of Peter, a disgraced State's Attorney, she returns to work as a junior litigator at the law firm Stern, Lockhart & Gardner, through her old law school friend Will Gardner, for whom she has feelings.
Having spent so many years as "the good wife", Alicia finds herself at the bottom of the career
Ooredoo QSC is an international telecommunications company headquartered in Doha, Qatar. Ooredoo provides mobile, wireless and content services with market share in domestic and international telecommunication markets, in business and residential markets, it is one of the world's largest mobile telecommunications companies, with over 114 million customers worldwide as of September 2015.68% of Ooredoo is owned by the State of Qatar. Ooredoo has operations in the Middle East and Asia, including Algeria, Iraq, Myanmar, Oman, Palestine and Tunisia. Ooredoo's shares are listed on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange. Ooredoo had a market capitalisation of QAR 301.2 billion as of September 2015, was named "Best Mobile Operator of the Year" at the World Communication Awards 2013. Ooredoo was founded in Doha in 1987 as a telephone exchange company, it has since grown to become the largest communications operator in Qatar offering new technologies to the country including mobile, broadband and fiber services.
The publicly traded company has ownership from the royal family with H. E. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani as the company's chairman and Sheikh Mohammed bin Meshal Al Kubaisi as Ooredoo Group CEO. Waleed Al-Sayed is Ooredoo Group's deputy CEO and Ooredoo Qatar's CEO. Qtel Group and all its operating companies worldwide were unified under Ooredoo Group in February 2013, as part of the company's strategy to combine its assets in order to form a global business within the telecommunications industry; the name Ooredoo is Arabic for "I Want", chosen "to reflect the aspirations of Ooredoo customers and the core belief that Ooredoo can enrich people's lives and stimulate human growth in the communities where it operates."Ooredoo has experienced significant growth over the last six years, transforming from a single market operator in Qatar to an international communications company with a global customer base of more than 114 million customers worldwide and consolidated revenues of QAR 24.2 billion for the first nine months of fiscal year 2015.
In 2010 the company launched its Mobile Money service. By 2012, its network grew with its fiber network that provided services with download speeds of up to 100 Mbit/s, HDTV, its initial phase of its 4G LTE mobile broadband service; the company's consumer base has grown in recent times, from 1.9 million subscribers in 2008 to 2.5 million in 2012 within Qatar. Its annual revenues increased by QAR 3.5 billion from 2012 to 2013 in a single quarter. In 2013, Ooredoo was named the "best mobile operator" at TMT award. Citing strong organic growth, prudent investments and the growth and loyalty of its customers, Ooredoo has been the fastest-growing telecommunications company in the world by revenue since 2006 and its enterprise value has more than tripled since 2005. In the 2010s the company has developed a strong partnership with Nokia in Qatar. In May 2016, the firm expanded this partnership with Nokia in a three-year deal to develop a nationwide mobile network in Qatar; the firm has broadened its reach with its operations on over 16 countries across the Arabian Gulf, Middle East, North Africa, Asia regions.
As of 2013, the company unified under Ooredoo Group. The firm has since experienced significant growth with QAR 24.2 billion in revenues in the first three quarters of 2015, over 17,000 employees. According to Ooredoo's 2016 disclosures, 68% of the company is owned by Qatar government related entities, 10% by ADIA, remaining 22% is on public market." Qtel was formally established under Law No. 13 of 1987. In 2006, Qtel launched 3G services and announced a series of initiatives, including an equity partnership with AT&T in NavLink, international high- speed mobile data roaming services and the launch of IP and telephony services. In 2010, Qtel upgraded its 3G network. In 2012, Qtel continued its roll-out of the nationwide Qtel Fibre network, offering packages with download speeds of up to 300 Mbit/s and HDTV + ooredoo TV. Qtel began the trial phase of its 4G LTE mobile broadband service. In February 2013, Qtel rebranded as Ooredoo. In 2015, Ooredoo Qatar announced the launch of Ooredoo SuperNet in one of the most significant network evolutions in Qatar's history.
The company introduced three-band carrier aggregation, building on its position of being the first and only company to combine 20+10 MHz bands on its 4G+ network. On July 7, 2017, at the beginning of the Qatar diplomatic crisis, Ooredoo changed its network name to Tamim Almajd in a show of solidarity with the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. Ooredoo Oman was known as Nawras, launched in Oman in 2004; the company has been listed on the Muscat Securities Market since 2010. In November 2014, Nawras rebranded as Ooredoo Oman. Ooredoo Oman provides landline voice services to business and residential customers, it provides a range of prepaid and post-paid mobile phone plans, broadband internet service, both home and mobile. The home broadband and voice service is powered by WiMAX technology. Ooredoo Oman was first to deploy 3G+ in Oman and is the only operator to deploy WiMAX commercially in Oman. In October 2015, Ooredoo Oman was recognised as one of Oman's Top 20 Performing Companies for the fifth consecutive year.
Ooredoo Kuwait's operations began in December 1999 as Wataniya Telecom when it launched wireless services as the second operator in the country. In March 2007, Ooredoo acquired Kuwait's Wataniya Telecom for
Project Runway is an American reality television series that focuses on fashion design. The contestants compete with each other to create the best clothes and are restricted by time and theme, their designs are judged by a panel, one or more designers are eliminated from the show each week. During each season, contestants are progressively eliminated; these finalists prepare a complete fashion collection for New York Fashion Week, which determines the winner. Project Runway was hosted by supermodel Heidi Klum, it has a varied airing history, with Bravo originating the first five seasons, followed by Lifetime for eleven more, before it was announced on May 14, 2018 that the series is tentatively returning to Bravo for the seventeenth season in the wake of The Weinstein Company's bankruptcy, pending TWC asset winner Lantern Entertainment's acquisition of the former TWC assets. The show won a Peabody Award in 2008 "for using the'television reality contest' genre to engage, inform and entertain."
On September 7, 2018, it was confirmed that Heidi Klum and the show's mentor Tim Gunn would not be returning for a 17th season on Bravo as they both signed a deal to helm another fashion competition show on Amazon Video. Project Runway uses progressive elimination to reduce the initial field of 12 or more fashion designers down to three or four before the final challenge; each non-finale challenge requires the designers to develop one or more pieces of new clothing to be presented at a runway show. The challenges range in creative diversity to test the designers' ingenuity while maintaining their personal fashion design aesthetic; these challenges may include creating a garment from non-traditional materials, such as: apartment furnishings, recyclable materials, items from a grocery store, edible food items and flowers, using their own clothes that they happened to be wearing, designing clothing with materials from a party store. The first several seasons were filmed in New York City, at The New School University's Parsons The New School for Design.
They shop for materials at a fabric store in New York's Garment District – unless the challenge requires otherwise. The designers live together, grouped by gender, at Atlas New York during Seasons 1–3 and at New Gotham during Season 4. Along with the network change to Lifetime, the location changed from New York to Los Angeles for Season 6 only While on the show, the designers are prohibited from leaving the apartments without authorization, making unauthorized communication with family or friends, or using the Internet to research designs. Designers are forbidden to bring pattern books or similar how-to materials with them during the show, or risk being disqualified from the competition; the designers are given a budgeted stipend to select and purchase fabric and notions, provided a limited amount of time to finish their designs. The designers work independently, although on some challenges, contestants must work in teams or as a single collective group. Once the deadline is reached, the designers must dress their models and select their hair, make-up, accessories.
Each model walks down the runway, the garment the contestant made is rated by a panel of judges, who score each look in several categories from 0 to 5, provide personal annotations and comments regarding the presented designs. Each contestant does a voice-over; the judges interview the remaining designers who garnered the highest and the lowest scores, share their opinions while listening to the designers' defense of their outfits confer as a group in private. The panel announces the winning and losing designers based on their scores and other considerations; the winner receives immunity for the next challenge, therefore cannot be eliminated. As the season progresses, immunity is disregarded during challenges to prevent the designers from getting an easy pass to make it into the final round. Other incentives given to the contestants aside from winning immunity include: The winning garment may be featured in print media, integrated into a limited edition look for a particular clothing brand, or sold at an online fashion store.
The loser of each challenge is eliminated from the competition, with host Klum giving him or her a double air kiss on the runway and wishing the eliminated designer farewell her catchphrase, Auf Wiedersehen, before they depart. Thus, elimination from the show is sometimes called "being auf'd"—a play on words as it can be interpreted as offed—and des
Middle East Broadcasting Center
The Middle East Broadcasting Center is the first private free-to-air satellite broadcasting company in the Arab World. It was launched in London in 1991 and moved to its headquarters in Dubai in 2002. MBC Group provides multiple channels of information and entertainment. MBC Group includes 11 television channels: MBC1, MBC2 and MBC MAX, MBC3, MBC4, MBC Action, MBC Persia, MBC Bollywood, Al Arabiya; the Group includes two radio stations: MBC FM, Panorama FM. MBC is a free-to-air, pan-Arab and entertainment broadcaster, it was launched in 1991 as the first owned and independent Arabic satellite TV station. MBC was the first broadcaster to provide a satellite-based free-to-air 24-hour television network across the Arab world, it has remained owned, managed by a group of businessmen and shareholders, including chairman and CEO Sheikh Waleed Al Ibrahim. The shareholder list has never been verified although an American academic states that it is owned by members of the Saudi royal family and cablegate leaks revealed the US Ambassador had been told that MEBC is owned by Waleed bin Ibrahim Al Ibrahim, the chairman of the channel and brother-in-law of the late King Fahd, half of the profits go to King Fahd's son, Abdulaziz bin Fahd.
Over the past 25 years, MBC has grown into a multi-channel platform. At its launch, MBC offered entertainment programmes that were popular in the Middle East as well as top-rating shows from Western markets, in particular the United States and United Kingdom; the MBC News at 9:00pm became viewed in the Arabic-speaking world. MBC's television arm, MBC TV, broadcasts via Arabsat and Nilesat satellites, delivers news and entertainment to more than 150 million Arabic speakers around the world. MBC Headquarters is located in Dubai Media City; the company has more than 1,800 staff members worldwide. The first station in the group, MBC1 offers offer both Arabic news content. MBC News at 9 pm provides coverage of international news. Building on the success of News at 9 pm, in response to the perceived need from the Arabic audience, Al Arabiya was launched in March 2003 as a 24-hour free-to-air news and current affairs station. MBC has become regions first broadcaster to provide free to air HD channels by launching the HD versions of MBC1, MBC DRAMA, MBC4, MBC2, MBC MAX, MBC ACTION and Al Arabiya channels in July 2011.
All of MBC channel are free-to-air channels except for MBC Plus Variety. They are available on STC's Invision IPTV and my-HD satellite service, they are all Pay-TV service providers in the Middle East. Launched in 1991 as the first independent Pan Arab channel, MBC 1 is the first free-to-air private satellite channel, bringing entertainment into Arab homes. Today, hosting the news service in the region and with a commitment to local programming- from soap operas to hit reality TV shows; the first free-to-air movie channel in the Arab world, MBC 2 offers a 24-hour non-stop stream of Hollywood movies, from blockbusters to classics and international films. Long kisses on the lips and any sexual related acts are cut from the films. Strong violence is censored. A children’s entertainment channel which delivers a programming mix of children's education and entertainment for Arab kids aged between three and thirteen. MBC 3 airs a locally produced reality show for kids, Eish Safari, which recruits young Arab kids and sets them on a month-long trip of mental and physical challenges.
The channel produced a new game show called "Graduate In A Day", similar in concept to "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" for children and their parents. The Arab world’s first exclusive tailored channel for women, MBC 4 broadcasts Western entertainment, airs prime time shows such as Oprah, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, The Doctors Show, The Office, American Idol, America’s Got Talent, So You Think You Can Dance and popular Turkish and Brazilian drama series dubbed into Arabic. Today, the channel is geared towards MBC own production, based on international formats, as well as acquired Arabic content from across the region; the channel has aired the biggest production for the Group, Arabs' Got Talent, in addition to various other shows, some MBC produced, others co-produced or through acquisitions. MBC launched MBC Bollywood on 26 October 2013, the same day as the season three premiere of Arabs' Got Talent. MBC Bollywood is MBC Group's 14th channel, it is aimed to air 24 hours of Hindi films, either subtitled or dubbed in Arabic, targeting South Asian audiences, Arab Bollywood enthusiasts & onair Indian dramas MBC launched MBC Masr on 9 November 2012, it is a division of MBC studios situated in Egypt and targeting Egyptian viewers.
This channel was the two hours time-shifted service, but now it's a second channel for Egypt and has a different content. A channel that targets young Arab males, it delivers Western series and action reality shows. Some of its prime time shows include The Mentalist, The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, V and True Blood; the channel produced its firs
Charmed is an American fantasy drama television series created by Constance M. Burge and produced by Aaron Spelling and his production company Spelling Television, with Brad Kern serving as showrunner; the series was broadcast by The WB for eight seasons from October 7, 1998, until May 21, 2006. The series narrative follows a trio of sisters, known as The Charmed Ones, the most powerful good witches of all time, who use their combined "Power of Three" to protect innocent lives from evil beings such as demons and warlocks; each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they attempt to maintain normal lives in modern-day San Francisco. Keeping their supernatural identities separate and secret from their ordinary lives becomes a challenge for them, with the exposure of magic having far-reaching consequences on their various relationships and resulting in a number of police and FBI investigations throughout the series; the series focuses on the three Halliwell sisters, Prue and Phoebe.
Following Prue's death in the third-season finale, their long-lost half sister Paige Matthews assumes her place within the "Power of Three" from season four onwards. Charmed achieved a cult following and popularity on The WB with its first episode "Something Wicca This Way Comes" garnering 7.7 million viewers, breaking the record for the network's highest-rated debut episode. The show's ratings, although smaller than rival shows on the "big four" networks, were a success for the new and smaller WB network. Charmed went through several timeslot changes during its eight-season run. For its first three seasons in the Wednesday/Thursday 9:00 pm timeslot, Charmed was the second-highest rated series on The WB, behind 7th Heaven. During its fifth season, the show moved to the Sunday 8:00 pm timeslot, where it became the highest-rated Sunday night program in The WB's history. At 178 episodes, Charmed was the second-longest drama broadcast behind 7th Heaven. In 2006, it became the longest running hour-long television series featuring all female leads, before being surpassed by Desperate Housewives in 2012.
The series has received numerous awards and nominations. In 2010, The Huffington Post and AOL TV ranked Charmed within their joint list of "The Top 20 Magic/Supernatural Shows of All Time," while in 2013, TV Guide listed the series as one of "The 60 Greatest Sci-Fi Shows of All Time." Charmed has become a source of pop culture references in film and television and has influenced other succeeding television series in the same subgenre. The show's success has led to its development in other media, including a video game, board games, novels, a comic book series which served as a continuation of its narrative. According to data research from The NPD Group in 2012, Charmed was the second-most binge watched television series on subscription video-on-demand services, such as Netflix. A reboot premiered on The CW on October 14, 2018; the series starts when Phoebe Halliwell returns from New York and moves back into the family's Halliwell Manor in San Francisco to live with her sisters Prue and Piper.
When Phoebe discovers the family's Book of Shadows in the attic, she learns that she and her sisters are the most powerful witches known, destined to protect both innocents and the world at large from demons and other evil creatures. Phoebe, reasonably suspecting the book to be a novelty, reads its initial inscription—unaware that it happens to be an incantation activating the sisters' supernatural powers once all three are reunited in their ancestral home. By the end of the first episode, each sister learns that she has a unique magical power and that they can each cast spells and brew potions. Prue, the eldest, has the power of telekinesis, in season two she develops the power of astral projection. Piper, the middle sister, has the power to "freeze" people and objects in time; as she grows more proficient, she learns how to freeze only certain people or objects or body parts, as she wishes. In season three, her powers evolve further, as she is able to cause evil beings or objects to explode using her hands.
Phoebe, the youngest of the three possesses the power of premonition allowing her to receive visions of the future and of the past. She develops the powers of levitation in season three, empathy in season six, the latter allowing her to sense and tap into others' emotions and, powers. In accordance with the series' mythology, witches' powers are tied to their emotions. During the first two seasons, the sisters face various evil beings from week to week. However, in the third season, they discover that their ultimate enemy is The Underworld's demonic ruler, The Source of All Evil. Prue is killed in the season three finale by The Source's personal assassin, Shax. While grieving for their older sister and Phoebe discover that they have a younger half-sister, Paige Matthews, the secret love child of their witch mother and her whitelighter Sam Wilder. Paige's magical abilities represent her dual heritage as both a whitelighter; as she attempts to control the two sides of her ancestry, Paige learns how to orb herself and others, to heal others with the touch of her hand.
1080i is an abbreviation referring to a combination of frame resolution and scan type, used in high-definition television and high-definition video. The number "1080" refers to the number of horizontal lines on the screen; the "i" is an abbreviation for "interlaced". A related display resolution is 1080p, which has 1080 lines of resolution; the term assumes a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9, so the 1080 lines of vertical resolution implies 1920 columns of horizontal resolution, or 1920 pixels × 1080 lines. A 1920 pixels × 1080 lines screen has a total of 2.1 megapixels and a temporal resolution of 50 or 60 interlaced fields per second. This format is used in the SMPTE 292M standard; the choice of 1080 lines originates with Charles Poynton, who in the early 1990s pushed for "square pixels" to be used in HD video formats. Within the designation "1080i", the i stands for interlaced scan. A frame of 1080i video consists of two sequential fields of 540 vertical pixels; the first field consists of all odd-numbered TV lines and the second all numbered lines.
The horizontal lines of pixels in each field are captured and displayed with a one-line vertical gap between them, so the lines of the next field can be interlaced between them, resulting in 1080 total lines. 1080i differs from 1080p, where the p stands for progressive scan, where all lines in a frame are captured at the same time. In native or pure 1080i, the two fields of a frame correspond to different instants, so motion portrayal is good; this is true for interlaced video in general and can be observed in still images taken of fast motion scenes. However, when 1080p material is captured at 25 or 30 frames/second, it is converted to 1080i at 50 or 60 fields/second for processing or broadcasting. In this situation both fields in a frame do correspond to the same instant; the field-to-instant relation is somewhat more complex for the case of 1080p at 24 frames/second converted to 1080i at 60 fields/second. The field rate of 1080i is 60 Hz for countries that use or used System M as analog television system with 60 fields/sec, or 50 Hz for regions that use or used 625-lines television system with 50 fields/sec.
Both field rates can be carried by major digital television broadcast formats such as ATSC, DVB, ISDB-T International. The frame rate can be implied by the context, while the field rate is specified after the letter i, such as "1080i60". In this case 1080i60 refers to 60 fields per second; the European Broadcasting Union prefers to use the resolution and frame rate separated by a slash, as in 1080i/30 and 1080i/25 480i/30 and 576i/25. Resolutions of 1080i60 or 1080i50 refers to 1080i/30 or 1080i/25 in EBU notation. 1080i is directly compatible with some CRT HDTVs on which it can be displayed natively in interlaced form, but for display on progressive-scan—e.g. Most new LCD and plasma TVs, it must be deinterlaced. Depending on the television's video processing capabilities, the resulting video quality may vary, but may not suffer. For example, film material at 25fps may be deinterlaced from 1080i50 to restore a full 1080p resolution at the original frame rate without any loss. Preferably video material with 50 or 60 motion phases/second is to be converted to 50p or 60p before display.
Worldwide, most HD channels on satellite and cable broadcast in 1080i. In the United States, 1080i is the preferred format for most broadcasters, with Inc.. Viacom, AT&T, Comcast owned networks broadcasting in the format. Only Fox-owned television networks and Disney-owned television networks, along with MLB Network and a few other cable networks use 720p as the preferred format for their networks. Many ABC affiliates owned by Hearst Television and former Belo Corporation stations owned by TEGNA, along with some individual affiliates of those three networks, air their signals in 1080i and upscale network programming for master control and transmission purposes, as most syndicated programming and advertising is produced and distributed in 1080i, removing a downscaling step to 720p; this allows local newscasts on these ABC affiliates to be produced in the higher resolution to match the picture quality of their 1080i competitors. Some cameras and broadcast systems that use 1080 vertical lines per frame do not use the full 1920 pixels of a nominal 1080i picture for image capture and encoding.
Common subsampling ratios include 3/4 and 1/2. Where used, the lower horizontal resolution is scaled to capture and/or display a full-sized picture. Using half horizontal resolution and only one field of each frame results in the format known as qHD, which has fram
MBC 3 is an Emirati free-to-air children's channel, launched on 8 December 2004 by the Middle East Broadcasting Center, appeals to children from 3 to 13 years old. The channel focuses on broadcasting foreign animated shows dubbed in Arabic, as well as producing its own original programming. MBC 3 started airing Nick shows including Victorious, iCarly and Cat, The Thundermans and Drake & Josh following the closure of Nickelodeon Arabia in 2011; these shows were broadcast in English with Arabic subtitles. Nicktoons, such as T. U. F. F. Puppy, The Fairly OddParents and SpongeBob SquarePants are present in the channel; the Nick Jr. shows including Go Diego Go and Blue's Room. Connexion The Experiment Girls Only Live Safari Soccer Academy Sweetest World Games Telescope Tell Me Why Think It's Right? Together In… Blue's Clues Blue's Room Bubble Guppies Dora the Explorer Drake & Josh Edgar & Ellen The Fairly OddParents Go, Diego, Go! Harvey Beaks iCarly Julius Jr. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Jack's Big Music Show Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness My Life as a Teenage Robot Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide The Legend of Korra The Penguins of Madagascar Power Rangers Megaforce Power Rangers Samurai Rusty Rivets Sam & Cat Speed Racer: The Next Generation SpongeBob SquarePants Paw Patrol The Thundermans T.
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