HaShir Shelanu

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HaShir Shelanu
HaShir Shelanu 4.jpg
season 4 title card
Genre Musical comedy-drama
Created by
Written by Ori Gross
Directed by
Opening theme "Od Me'at" by Ninet Tayeb and the cast members
Country of origin Israel
Original language(s) Hebrew
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 366
Running time approx. 40 minutes
Production company(s) Teddy Productions
Distributor yes
Original network yes stars Channels
Channel 2 (Keshet)
Original release March 21, 2004 – April 24, 2007
Followed by Tichon HaShir Shelanu (2009–2010)
Tanuchi! (2012)
Related shows Danny Hollywood (2008–2009)

HaShir Shelanu (Hebrew: השיר שלנו‎‎, lit. Our Song) is an Israeli daily comical musical drama that had finished its 4th season airing on the yes-5 Israeli Movie Channel (Arutz Ha'kolnoa Hayisraeli) and repeating on Channel 2. The last episode aired in April 2007.

General plot[edit]

Season 1[edit]

118 episodes

Ninet (Ninet Tayeb) is a young, unknown girl from the country who comes to Tel-Aviv and works with her cousin Ronnie (Niv Raz) at his cafeteria in Yardena Tamir's (Alisa Rosen) Academy of Music. After school hours are over Ninet goes to the classroom and sings. Her talent is revealed accidentally by the music teacher, Doron Sadeh (Sa'ar Badishi) who gets her enrolled to the school. Ninet falls in love with Zohar Lahat (Ran Danker) and the couple goes on a rocky road towards happiness disturbed mainly by Noa Shahar (Efrat Boymold) who wants Zohar for herself. Her best friend Dana Snir (Aliyana Bakyer) and her mother Naomi (Hana Laslow) help her by driving Zohar and Ninet apart.

Season 2[edit]

100 episodes

Three years after graduating from the academy Ninet and Zohar became the country's most well known couple and they plan to get married. They have moved into the luxury apartment complex "Sun and Beach" in Tel-Aviv and surprisingly enough, their friends from the academy have also moved into the complex. Due to the ending of the first season in which Givon (Guy Zo-Eretz) was killed while trying to murder Ninet and frame Naomi, his brother Ariel (Oshri Cohen) and sister (Yael Sharoni) are in town and plan their revenge on Ninet, Naomi and Noa. While conspiring to assassinate the three, Ariel falls in love with Ninet.

Season 3[edit]

73 episodes

At the beginning of the third season viewers find out that the first two seasons of the show were actually a TV show called "Her Song". The two leading actors of "Her Song" Rani Aviv who played Zohar Lahat (Ran Danker) and Yonatan Barak who played Ariel Silver (Oshri Cohen) get ready to go to the army the day after they finish shooting the final episode of the second season. Rani goes to the paratroopers unit and Yonatan goes to an army band. All the other characters from the first two seasons occasionally appear under their real names. New characters join the show.

Season 4[edit]

75 episodes

Almost the plot of the third season. The plot will mostly be about the investigation of who tried to murder Tamara and Karin Koren. Karin Koren knows who tied to murder her by shooting her 2 times in the stomach when she was pregnant and shooting Tamara 3 times in the chest. Karin Promises Yotam that she won't tell anyone he shot her only if he starts going out with her. After Yotam Shot both Karin and Tamara they both stayed in the hospital asleep for 6 months Tamara wakes up and doesn't remember anything and she doesn't remember that 10 minutes before Yotam shot her she asked Rani Aviv to Marry him and he said yes so she doesn't love him anymore and Rani still fights over her to get her back to be with him. Later in the season some people discover that the inspector for the case of the shooting of Tamara and Karin Nora Spector is Karin's mother.


Seasons 1 and 2[edit]

Actor/Actress Role S1 S2
Ninet Tayeb Ninet Levy
Ran Danker Zohar Lahat
Efrat Boimold Noa Shahar / Bat-Sheva Atias
Maya Dagan Michal "Mickey" Apfelbaum
Pini Tavger Nahman "Nahi" Ben-Hagay
Guy Zo-Aretz Givon Kaspi (Silver)
Eliana Bakier Dana Snir-Arad
Yuval Abramovich Roei Bar
Amos Tamam Yariv Arad
Oshri Cohen Ariel Silver
Yael Sharoni Sharon Silver
Golan Azulai Naftali Atias
Sa'ar Badishi Doron Sadeh
Abigail Arieli Gali Naveh
Niv Raz Ronel "Roni" Levy
Dalik Wolinitz Udi Snir
Rita Shukrun Rachel Levy
Elia Aharoni Stern Elia Apfelbaum Ben-Hagay
Hanna Laslo Naomi Shahar
Aliza Rosen Yardena Tamir
Tuvia Tzafir Menahem Robert "Robbie" Aviv
Jimmy Hermilio Claudio
Yoav Tzafir Ram Segev
Eliana Magon Osher Levy
Alona Wind Neta Sadeh
Itai Segev Yechiel Ben-Hagay
Asaf Goldstein Lior
Michael Hanegbi Himself
Mali Levi-Gershon Herself
Ricky Gal Rivka Nahshol
Shay Peled Adam Harel
Lilit Nagar Lilit Silver
Aviad Kisos Gidi Barak
Sasha Grishkov Rakefet Shavit
Itay Atias Yoav

Seasons 3 and 4[edit]

Actor/Actress Role S3 S4
Ran Danker Rani Aviv
Oshri Cohen Yonatan Barak
Ania Bukstein Tamara Weiss
Rona-Lee Shimon Shiri Gold
Anat Magen Shabo Heli Banay
Dana Adini Shemesh Frost
Mali Levi-Gershon Elinor Shilon
Eli Altonio Tziyon Maymon
Ido Mosseri Tal Sasson/Sassi Tal
Ran Bechor Harel Navon
Liora Rivlin Lily Gold
Nina Kotler Karin Koren
Oshik Levi Dan "Duba" Kidron
Amikam Levi Shuki Star / Joshua Kochavi
Amos Lavie Arie Weiss
Yossi Marshek Shmulik
Uri Ravitz Niki
Dalik Wolinitz Udi Snir
Lior Ashkenazi Yotam "Yo-Yo" Bareket
Gila Almagor Nora Spector
Galit Gutman Ronit Bareket
Agam Rodberg Shai Bareket
Michal Yannai Miri Shilon
Hili Yalon Shelly Frost
Albert Iluz Cernea Barak

Featured as themselves[edit]

Actor/Actress S3 S4
Ninet Tayeb
Maya Dagan
Yuval Abramovich
Hanna Laslo
Yael Sharoni
Elia Aharoni Stern

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