(The Arms of a Lady)
A TV series of 30 episodes and the third season of the journey of Aisha Khanum in her ancient Damascene house.
(Let us continue) is a title of one of the episodes in the third season, and an expression of the desire to continue this journey without getting far from the two previous seasons. As we previously knew, Znoud Al-Sit is a moment of elation by Sham's (Damascus) fragrance, and the tales of its women.
A good place is accompanied by good people, and these good people will accompany us to this marvelous place, scented with jasmine aromas and the fragrance of ancient Sham, in moments mixed with spices, smiles, and tales, so we continue the journey..
In the third season, we try to maintain the first and the second seasons' characteristics, as it is a sequel of what we have previously presented. In addition to several elements that contribute to enrich and diversify the show, we have represented the characters of the previous seasons, from the Gulf region for example, in order to connect and enrich the show. We also expanded the circle of relations surrounding Aisha Khanoum to include neighbors, her daughters and her sisters, as major personalities of the show, in addition to guests from Arab countries, starting from the Palestinian Dabka (a type of folkloric dance) through Yemen, and between the folds of Old Damascus and its markets. Also, the house of Aisha Khanoum narrates its stories and entertains us with unique dishes, habits, sayings and songs to unfold the secrets of the characters as well as their relationship with Aisha Khanoum (Om-annour), who shares with us her unique food recipes, as well as her smile...
In this season, we will learn how to preserve food, through an interesting dramatic context, that needs a woman with passion to take us on a journey dominated by beauty, taste and a smile, which is Znoud Al-Sitt's journey.
- Aisha khanoum: Also called Om-annour, a good-hearted and a loving woman in her fifties, who takes care of strangers like her own kin, she willingly turns her house into what resembles an inn, to break her loneliness and help others, representing the Damascene woman in particular and women in general.