MBC4 have a Starscore of 12,739,721 and are No.2774 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 634,037 Twitter followers and 3,818,594 Facebook fans. Today MBC4 gained 2,653 Twitter followers and gained 2,858 Facebook fans. Their social media ranking has moved down 3 places in the daily United Arab Emirates Chart to no.18 and remains at no.6 in the all time United Arab Emirates Chart.
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MBC 4, launched in 2005, is the Arab world’s first channel geared exclusively toward women and young Arab families. It broadcasts top-rated Western series in addition to locally produced flagship programming. Since late 2011, MBC 4 begun airing new Western series in a “day-and-date” strategy, aiming to provide viewers in the MENA region with fresh content, less than a week after their latest episode’s premiere in the United States. These series include: The Good Wife, Vampire Diaries, Ringer, The Secret Circle, 90210, and Pretty Little Liars. In terms of Western content, the channel airs many popular series like Grey’s Anatomy, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, The Talk, Days of Our Lives, Entertainment Tonight, the Insider, Hell’s Kitchen, How I Met Your Mother, Life Unexpected, Project Runway, 30 Rock, Medium, The Office, Late Show with David Letterman, and others. All series are edited for content and include Arabic subtitles. Other MBC 4 shows include popular Turkish and Arabic dramas like Ruby, Fatma, Oghneyat Hob (tr. Love Song), Ba’at Al Ward (tr. “Seller of the flowers”), Khareef al Hob (tr. “Autumn of Love”) and Nesa’a Ha’erat (tr. “Desperate Housewives”). Nesa’a Ha’erat is the Turkish version of the popular American series “Desperate Housewives”; the show utilizes a format purchased from the Walt Disney Company. All Turkish series are dubbed into Arabic. MBC 4 also has a number of flagship productions, including Hiya wa Huwa (tr. “Her and Him”), and Arab’s Got Talent.