DUBAI: Season three of the Golden Globe-winning show "Ramy" is almost here but lead star and creator Ramy Youssef is still trying to "find the meaning of life."
In the first official trailer for season three of the smash-hit Hulu TV series, "Ramy," we find our titular character in monetary and spiritual debt. Caught between his religious Muslim community and his wider spiritually-bankrupt millennial community, Ramy is still confused about what he wants from life.
Meanwhile, Ramy's family is also struggling to reconcile their culture with that of New Jersey, as they continue to grapple with what it means to live in America.
"Maybe you would come to therapy?" asks May Calamawy's Dena Hassan to her shocked mother at one point in the trailer.
This will be Calamawy's first TV appearance since her well-received performance in Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Moon Knight," also starring Hollywood superstar Oscar Isaac.
Audiences also get their first look at part-Palestinian model Bella Hadid making her series debut in a recurring role as actor Steve Way’s “weirdo girlfriend” in the series, as described in GQ.
“Ramy” Season 3, spanning 10 episodes, premieres Sept. 30 on Hulu. The show, streaming in the Middle East on OSN+, doesn't have a release date for the region as yet.