The Miranda series is the first series from Miranda Studios, which has a global film and television strategy.
The show follows Miranda, a wealthy woman who is kidnapped by a gang of kidnappers, and their two daughters, who live in the slums of the capital, Riyadh.
It is set in a Saudi Arabia that is still controlled by the government of King Salman.
A film about Miranda’s kidnapping has been made in Saudi Arabia, and has been screened at film festivals across the world, including Venice, Cannes, Berlin and Venice.
In 2018, Miranda was nominated for an Oscar for best TV movie and in 2019 was awarded a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress.
Miranda was also nominated for best actress in a motion picture in 2019 for her performance in the Netflix series, and it is being nominated again this year for the BAFTA Award.
The series will be available for streaming on Netflix on Friday (November 19), and in the UK on Sunday (November 20).
The Miranda television series will also be available on Amazon Prime Video, which will also have the series available in its original version, as well as in the original Arabic.
Netflix’s UK streaming partner, Sky, has not yet commented on the series.
“The Miriam series tells a gripping tale of a woman who was abducted by a criminal group and has now become a target for kidnappers from all over the world,” Miranda Studio said in a statement.
“In this world of social media and social networks, Miriam has found herself at the mercy of her captors and her daughters who live with her.
She must decide whether to fight back and become a hero or to let her captor, the kidnapper, take her to safety.”
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