Our Boys (HBO)
: Based on true events, this captivating series follows a series of shocking murders in Israel.
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1. Chapter 1: Out of the Depth, I Cry to You
Series premiere. The disappearance of three Jewish boys sends shockwaves across ...
2. Chapter 2: I Love Toto
Simon and Mike disagree on their theories about the case. Hussein and Suha searc...
3. Chapter 3: Two Packs of Red Next
Simon investigates an earlier abduction attempt for clues about Mohammed's kille...
4. Chapter 4 : The Dawn Martyr
Simon and his team focus on Yosef and his family as Sabbath approaches.
5. Chapter 5: Shabbat Shalom
Simon goes undercover to get the truth about Yosef and his nephews. Hussein and ...
6. Chapter 6: Acceptance Of Silence
Simon turns to Dvora for help in getting Avishai to talk. Hussein is approached ...
7. Chapter 7: Judging by its End
Avishai reconstructs Muhammad's abduction and murder for Simon over the course o...
8. Chapter 8: Defendants 2 And 3
Avishai and Yinon try to navigate isolation in prison. Simon's personal and prof...
9. Chapter 9: The Perfumer and the Tanner
Avishai pins his hopes on Simon who takes the stand. Dvora suffers the consequen...
10. Chapter 10: A Shaft Into a Dark Tunnel
Series finale. Avishai prepares for his testimony. Simon's life is shaken by maj...
Our Boys (HBO)
Drama, Biographical Drama, Period Piece, Crime, Investigation, Notorious Crimes
1 Seasons Available (10 Episodes)
About This Series
In the summer of 2014, three Jewish teenagers are kidnapped and murdered, leaving Israel shocked. Two days later, the burned body of a 16-year-old Palestinian from eastern Jerusalem, is found. Based on true events, this HBO limited series follows Simon, an officer from the Shin Bet, as he investigates the murder, while the parents of the slain teenager seek justice.
Cast and Crew
Starring: Shlomi Elkabetz, Lior Ashkenazi, Raymonde Abecassis, Osher Maimon, Tzahi Grad, Michael Aloni, Tamara Klingon, Or Ben Melech, Adam Gabay, Eyal Shikartsi, Jony Arbid, Ruba Asfour, Ram Masarweh, Shadi Mar'l, Noa Koler