Caliphate: Season 1 (2020)


Season 1
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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Pervin negotiates a risky situation when she relocates to Raqqa with her husband, a proven member of ISIS. Meanwhile, Fatima, a SÄPO agent, jumps at the opportunity to further her career.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Fatima urges Pervin to read Husam's notebook containing the details of his upcoming attack. Meanwhile, Ibbe works to coerce Kerima, Miryam, and Sulle.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

After committing an act that could put her life in jeopardy, Pervin tries to hide the proof. Meanwhile, Ibbe forces Kerima and Sulle to meet a compelling recruit as Fatima uncovers new evidence.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Miryam enacts Ibbe's scheme as Fatima's investigation runs aground. The truth comes to the surface following Dolores's revelation.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Suleiman and Tuba hold a meeting with Calle. Meanwhile, Kerima delivers Ibbe's surprise to Sulle as Fatima works to get Pervin out of Raqqa.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Fatima tries to secure a critical witness who proves difficult to find as a desperate Suleiman takes Calle to the Syrian-Turkish border.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Pervin seeks Husam's assistance as she finds herself in control of Lisha's fate. Meanwhile, Fatima tracks Emil and Jakob and puts a desperate plan into motion.

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Air date: Mar 18, 2020

Nadir sheds light on the unsettling truth as Fatima and Pervin reach the end of their deal. Meanwhile, Kerima orchestrates the final gambit of the scheme.

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Cast & Crew

Amanda Sohrabi
Kerima
Amed Bozan
Husam
Lancelot Ncube
Ibbe
Nora Rios
Sulle
Wilhelm Behrman
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Critic Reviews for Caliphate Season 1

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This is a gripping series full of strong female characters.

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Audience Reviews for Caliphate: Season 1

  • Sep 13, 2020
    Flott ide for en serie. ISIS har hatt sin tid i film og nyheter, men manglet en lengre og dypere versjon som gir oppmerksomhet bak radikalisering og det er tida å få se den i en lengre drama. Topp serie!
  • Sep 06, 2020
    Absolutely brilliant, I was more than captivated and the acting was amazing aswell. So happy it's been released internationally now so that not only us swedes can enjoy it!
  • Aug 23, 2020
    Don't waste your time watching this poor series. Very bad storylines and you can feel there are many scenes not filmed. Very disappointed.
  • Jul 09, 2020
    I loved the show, don't get me wrong. I just feel one must bear the consequences of the decisions they take. More than mercy and pity, I felt anger and disgust. The world we live in is cruel - not by any other means than one's own self. The troubles we bring upon us and others aren't decisions drawn out of haste or age - it's a mere reflection in the mirror! It's often not the war around us; it's within.
  • Jun 27, 2020
    Thrilling and shocking. A shocking viewpoint how they can reach and involve people even in Europe and how vulnerable the youth is when influenced
  • May 31, 2020
    Una tensa lucha contra el fundamentalismo patriarcal res mujeres protagonizan esta apasionante serie sueca: Fatima Zukic (Aliette Poheim), una policía de una división antiterrorista, Pervin El Kaddouri (Gizem Erdogan), una joven madre casada con un integrante de un grupo terrorista y residente en una ciudad del Estado Islámico (o ISIS). Pervin residía antes en Suecia y Sulle, Suleika Wassem (Nora Ríos), una adolescente, hija mayor de una familia de origen musulmán pero laica. Fatima está investigando la posibilidad de una tentado por parte de del EI en Suecia y mantiene conversaciones telefónicas con Pervin para que sonsaque información al respecto.. Ésta se encuentra totalmente prisionera del sistema patriarcal islámico y, a cambio, le solicita ayuda a Fatima para huir del EI y retornar a Suecia con su bebito.(recordemos que las mujeres tiene prohibido usar celular). Asistimos por un lado, entonces, a las investigaciones que Fatima realiza en Suecia, a la dura y arriesgada vida de Pervin en el EI , convertida en una virtual espía y a las tensas instancias de comunicación entre ambas, Por otro lado, Suleika es una joven con un modo de vida occidental, aunque descontenta con ciertos aspectos de la realidad sueca que cae bajo el influjo de una suerte de tutor de la escuela donde estudia, Ibbe (Lancelot Ncube), quien en realidad es un agente de reclutamiento de jóvenes para el EI. De este modo Suleika experimenta un viraje hacia el Islam de insospechadas consecuencias. La serie va evolucionando con una tensión creciente, con capítulos finales trepidantes, combinando el policial con elementos de película de espionaje y el drama de denuncia sobre la situación de la mujer en la sociedad patriarcal islámica del EI y los modus operandi de captación de ciertos grupos fundamentalistas en Occidente. En suma, una serie apasionante, posicionada desde una inevitable mirada occidental , que nos depara momentos de gran tensión e impacto emocional.
  • May 14, 2020
    One of the best Netflix series ever made. This kept me at the edge of my seat. I wish that this series wins an award for the content. The portrayal of life under ISIS is so brilliantly done. Great story. Must watch.
  • May 12, 2020
    Gripping and intense from episode 1 all the way through. Teenagers being manipulated by people in their early twenties is nothing new, but in this series we get to see this kind of toxic relationship on the most terrifying level. The series pulled off a realness on set and with the actors that is so believable you'll feel like you're there with them. I can't be sure if I hated or like Fatima, but at the end I really might lean toward hate. Pervin is a hero and the woman who played her did well. Every last teen in this film was horrible but superbly played. Just a sad series all around.
  • May 08, 2020
    It is one of the best Sweden TV Series about terrorist
  • May 04, 2020
    Suspenseful and realistic. Worth watching

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