Many have been waiting for this for a long time, but since that time has come, season 3 of the popular series Shitel can be seen on Netflix from Thursday, March 25.
Production on the season began last year after Israel’s first COVID-19 lockdown, and the show has started showing on Israeli TV. The story begins four years after the finale of the events of the previous season.
The show’s first two seasons, which follow members of an Orthodox family in Israel, became popular with audiences worldwide, Jewish and non-Jewish, distributed by Netflix after the series aired by the Israeli channel YES. The third season will be branded as Netflix Originals for the first time.
Producer Dikla Barkai said in a press release, “This season was made possible by the love and support from fans and viewers around the world.” “We are delighted to be able to bring the ‘Shtisel’ family to the warm embrace of the global audience in time for Paswar.”
We’re not going to tell too much about season 3, but season 3 still shows that grief is just a part of this hirsute community – and ours – anything.
In addition, the outside world has begun to attack the island community and the story revolves around infertility and surrogacy, culture oppression and cancellation, depression and mental illness, childcare, gender roles and love.
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