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Netflix deal with Keshet Int’l takes Israeli drama Trust No One into 19 territories

Yehuda Levi stars as Itamar, the youngest director of the Israeli Security Agency, in Trust No One

US-based global streaming service Netflix has secured a multi-territory deal for forthcoming Israeli thriller drama Trust No One.

The 9×60’ series is produced by Shenhar Productions and is slated to premiere in Israel on Keshet 12 this coming November.

Distributor Keshet International is launching the series as part of its slate for next month’s Mipcom and has sealed the deal with Netflix for 19 territories including the UK and the USA, and co-exclusively in Israel with Keshet 12 following the broadcast of the series finale.

The show is co-created by Ron Leshem (Euphoria, Valley of the Tears, The Gordin Cell), Amit Cohen (False Flag, The Gordin Cell, No Man’s Land), Daniel Amsel (Valley of the Tears, Euphoria, Traitor), and Ofir Lobel (What A Wonderful Country, Black Space), who also directs. It stars Yehuda Levi (Fire Dance, A Body That Works) and Yael Elkana (The Baker and the Beauty).

The plot focuses on the youngest-ever director of the most powerful intelligence agency in Israel facing a cyber security leak which exposes the Israeli Security Agency (ISA)’s top agents one by one including the daughter of a Hamas leader who he recruited to spy on her own father when she was just 17.

Trust No One is the third of Keshet 12’s eight new dramas, which also include Kuma Studios’ intimate relationship drama A Body that Works (8×60’) and the second season of Koda Communications’ crime series Line in the Sand (8×60’).


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