Jinn (2019)


Jinn (TV Series 2019–2019)

On an overnight school trip to the city of Petra, the students are told of the tales of Jinn, ancient supernatural creatures that both those that existed peacefully with humans and those that wanted to destroy humanity. While some expressed disbelief, others believed some of the stories, including that they can take the shape of both animals and humans. A few of the students splinter off to party and one of them who was a bully to others, (including one particular student who is rescued by a classmate after the bully leaves him in a hole) mysteriously falls off a cliff. The authorities are called and they suspect it was because he was inebriated. The trip concludes after the incident. Unbeknownst to everyone, both a good and an evil Jinn are awakened. Both of them are summoned after calling out and 2 respond. The good Jinn, Keras, tried to save the bully who fell. He then visits Mira, the girl who brought the alcohol, at home and tells her that her classmates are in danger, but she ...
IMDb   3.5 /10
TheMovieDb    6.5 /10
RottenTomatoes  83 %
FilmAffinity   4.3 /10
Creator Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya
Creator Amin Matalqa
Creator Matthew Antonelli
Creator Elan Dassani
Release Date2019-06-13
GenreDrama, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi
Content RatingTV-14 (TV-14)
CompanyKabreet Productions, Master Key Production
LanguageEnglish, Arabic
Mira 5 episodes, 2019
Yassin 5 episodes, 2019
Hussni / ... 5 episodes, 2019
Vera 5 episodes, 2019
Hassan 5 episodes, 2019
Layla 5 episodes, 2019
Fahed 5 episodes, 2019
Omar 5 episodes, 2019
Jameel 5 episodes, 2019
Ms. Ola 5 episodes, 2019
School Principal 5 episodes, 2019
Mohammad Nizar
Mohammad Nizar
Nasser 4 episodes, 2019
Khaled 4 episodes, 2019
Lubna 4 episodes, 2019
Faris Al Bahri
Faris Al Bahri
Naji 3 episodes, 2019

Jinn (TV series)

Jinn is a Jordanian Arabic-language supernatural drama streaming television series, created and executive produced by Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya, Elan Dassani and Rajeev Dassani alongside Christian Bou Chaaya and Lucien Bou Chaaya. The series premiered on Netflix on June 13, 2019. The series stars Salma Malhas, Hamzeh Okab, Sultan Alkhail, Aysha Shahaltough, Zaid Zoubi, Yasser Al Hadi, Mohammad Nizar, Mohammad Hindieh and Karam Tabbaa.


Jinn follows the story of a group of teenagers, who study in a private school in Amman. They go on a field trip to Petra, which is known as home to ancient demons and strange phenomena. The group's lives are disrupted when a spiritual figure appears, accidentally summoned by Mira. They must try and stop Jinn from destroying the world.

Cast and characters

  • Salma Malhas as Miraa
  • Sultan Alkhail as Yassin
  • Hamzeh Okab as Keras
  • Aysha Shahaltough as Vera
  • Zaid Zoubi as Hassan
  • Ban Halaweh as Layla
  • Yasser Al Hadi as Fahed
  • Mohammad Nizar as Nasser
  • Mohammad Hindieh as Omar
  • Karam Tabbaa as Jameel
  • Abdelrazzaq Jarkas as Tareq
  • Hana Chamoun as Miss Ola
  • Faris Al Bahri as Naji
  • Manal Sehaimat as Lubna


No.TitleDirected by Written byOriginal release date 
1"Strange Whispers"Mir-Jean Bou ChaayaElan Dassani & Amin MatalqaJune 13, 2019
2"Magic Sand"Mir-Jean Bou ChaayaElan Dassani, Rajeev Dassani & Tiffany HoJune 13, 2019
3"A Dangerous Funny Feeling"Amin MatalqaElan Dassani, Rajeev Dassani & Dolores RiceJune 13, 2019
4"#JinnHunter"Amin MatalqaElan Dassani & Rajeev DassaniJune 13, 2019
5"Careful What You Wish For"Mir-Jean Bou ChaayaElan Dassani & Rajeev DassaniJune 13, 2019



On February 26, 2018, it was announced that Netflix had given a series order to Jinn, a new television series, directed by Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya, and executive produced by Elan and Rajeev Dassani. The series order was reportedly for a first season of five episodes.

On August 13, 2018, it was announced that in addition to serving as director, Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya would also act as an executive producer. Additionally, it was further reported that writers would include Elan and Rajeev Dassani and Amin Matalqa. Elan was expected to serve as head writer while Matalqa was slated to direct two episodes. Production companies involved with the series set to consist of Kabreet Productions and Master Key Productions. On April 18, 2019, it was announced that the series is scheduled to premiere on June 13, 2019.


Alongside the start of production announcement, it was confirmed that the series would star Salma Malhas, Hamzeh Okab, Sultan Alkhail, Aysha Shahaltough, Yasser Al Hadi, and Ban Halaweh.


Principal photography began on August 13, 2018 in Amman, Jordan. The shoot was scheduled to last over the course of ten weeks with filming locations including Petra, Wadi Rum as well as a dozen locations in Amman.

Critical reception

The show was panned by Middle East Eye as "badly scripted, poorly acted and sloppily directed", while Thrillist called it "generic," "unrealistic," and "confusing."

The series generated controversy for the scenes that feature “moral degradation”. These include two instances where Malhas's character kissed two different men in separate scenes. Another complaint involved the series's rough language. Jinn became controversial in Jordan, with some government agencies threatening censorship. It was reported that Jordan's top prosecutor asked the Ministry of Interior to stop the show's broadcast.

Jinn has an 83% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, out of six reviews. Positive reviews praised its consistency, intrigue, and novelty factor. Negative reviews criticize the quality of its acting and script.

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