TEL AVIV — "Prisoners of War," the blockbuster Israeli series that was adapted for U.S. audiences into the Emmy Award-winning "Homeland," is headed for a fresh adaptation in India. Keshet…
Prisoners of War
"Prisoners of War," the Israeli series that was adapted as "Homeland," has been licensed as a format to South Korea.
Keshet made history in 2010, when it launched Gideon Raff's program "Hatufim" (Prisoners of War).
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