Keshet’s “Eretz Nehederet” (“Wonderful Land”) has been the most highly rated TV satire in Israel in the past several years. This month, a new show, airing in the same Friday night slot, aims to be the new “Eretz Nehederet”.
The new show is titled “Shavuah Sof”. It can be translated to English as “EndWeek” — a play on the word weekend, which also means “wonderful week”.
Here’s an excerpt from the first episode, where you can see Uri Gotliv hacking into PM Olmert’s computer, guessing his password (“money123”), browsing his documents, reading his emails, and looking at his contact list (listen to the names).