Wafa Be Mol is a tremendous new soap that promises to be a hit amongst African American viewers. This soap is set up as a part of “Trisha’s World” and centers on Wafa Beharu, who moves to New York from Africa.
This soap will depict life for Wafa Be Mol as he tries to make it in the big city while also trying to deal with the obstacles that come along the way.
Like No Ordinary Family, this show has excellent story timing and delivery, something that can’t always be said about many television shows.
Idris Elba creates Wafa Be Mol as a spin-off from his popular sitcom, The Great Bang Theory. The writers of Wafa Be Mol had a lot of fun adapting the book and making it their own.
They infused the book with fantasy, adventure, romance, mystery, suspense, love, and many more. I’m looking forward to watching this soap, as I’ve caught up with the series. So far, I’m enjoying every minute of it.
Wafa Be Mol features some well-written scenes involving the dynamic characters, played by Andre Lacazque, Yara Ratella, and Dexterhelle Washington.
The story is told slowly, but its pace is steady. I especially liked how the writers incorporated a little bit of fantasy into the account. The main characters live in an alternate world that borrows from many different fantasy genres. The supporting cast plays more than their roles, as they add more to the overall drama of the story.
Another great thing about Wafa Be Mol is that the writers are actual story authors, telling authentic stories about real people.
This is evident throughout the script and in the casting of the show. The actors bring the characters to life, making you believe that they live their lives amid their on-screen counterparts.
In the first episode, “Mysterious Basterds,” we meet our main character, Basterds, on a mission to a large castle to kill a prince.
While Basterds are waiting for their opportunity, a blond woman walks in and kills the prince. The mysterious blonde leads the Basterds into battle until the group is attacked by Shades, a knight from a faraway land.
The fate of Basterds lies in the hands of their leader, whom everyone respects, including the princess who was killed by the blond.
This fantastic story uses a mixture of romance, action, and comedy to keep viewers hooked. The acting is superb, with solid characters and chemistry that makes them believable. I highly recommend the show and hope that viewers will enjoy it as much as I have.
Wafa Bemol dramas are typically excellent, so I’m looking forward to more of her fantastic work. She is one of the best-known playwrights/actresses in Egypt, and this show is another example of why.