"Ramy" is an American comedy-drama streaming television series directed by Ramy Youssef, Ari Katcher and Ryan Welch.
The starring cast includes Ramy Youssef, Hiam Abbass, Amr Waked, David Merheje, Mohammed Amer, May Calamawy, Laith Nakli, Steve Way, Mahershala Ali, MaameYaa Boafo and others.

Here are "Ramy" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Ramy TV series?

HBO on Monday, June 03, 2019 released the trailer for "Ramy" you can watch here:
Ramy Youssef: Feelings (2019) | Official Trailer | HBO.

Plot summary

What is Ramy TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Ramy" TV series plot summary.

Ramy (Ramy Youssef) follows "a first-generation American Muslim-Arab who is on a spiritual journey in his politically divided New Jersey neighborhood. It explores the challenges of what it is like being caught between an Egyptian community that thinks life is a moral test, and a generation that thinks life has no consequences."


Who plays who in the Ramy TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Ramy" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Ramy Youssef  as Ramy Hassan the protagonist of the series
Hiam Abbass  as Maysa Hassan Ramy's mother
Amr Waked  as Farouk Hassan Ramy's father
Dave Merheje  as Ahmed Ramy's friend and a doctor
Mohammed Amer  as Mo Ramy's friend
May Calamawy  as Dena Hassan the sister of Ramy
Laith Nakli  as Uncle Naseem the boisterous uncle of Ramy and Dena
Steve Way  as Steve longtime friend and coworker of Ramy
Mahershala Ali  as Sheikh Ali Malik (season 2)
MaameYaa Boafo  as Zainab (season 2)
Rosaline Elbay  as Amani Ramy's cousin (season 1 and 2)
Shadi Alfons  as Shadi (season 1 and 2)
Michael Chernus  as Michael
Jade Eshete  as Fatima
Poorna Jagannathan  as Salma (season 1)
Kate Miller  as Vivian
Molly Gordon  as Sarah (season 1)
Jared Abrahamson  as Dennis (season 2)
Jake Lacy  as Kyle (season 1)
Anna Konkle  as Chloe (season 1)
Elisha Henig  as Young Ramy (season 1)
Waleed Zuaiter  as Yassir (season 2)
Maybe Burke  as Sophia (season 2)
Randa Jarrar  as Hosna (season 2)
Mia Khalifa  as herself (season 2)
Mika  as Boomer
Alexis G. Zall  as Mikaela
Caroline Basu  as Young Dena
Salwa Mohamed Ali
Saeed Abbasi
Sarah Himadeh  as Rana
Boutros Ghali
Khalid Mansour
Ismail Sharaf
Inman Hamed Younis
Rana Roy  as Yasmina
Reda Idriss
Ahmed Salah Wahba
George B. Colucci Jr.  as Nico
Ahmed Abdel Khalek
Danish Maqbool  as 7-11 Cashier
Ahmed Tarek
May Reta
Yeah Abdel Aziz
Ahmed Foad
Gavin Matts  as Barista
Jean Brassard  as Jacques
Madison Hine  as Kristi
Patricia Mercado  as Dance Instructor
Christopher Tramantana
Tara Westwood  as Marion
Joey Auzenne  as Duane (Lyft Driver)
Erin Burke  as Hometime Goods Model
Joel Rooks  as Moshe
Mufeed Attal  as Refugee Boy
Jimmy Brewer  as Josh
James DiGiacomo  as James
Noah Stagliano  as Mo Jr.
Euegena Washington  as Melanie (Passenger #1)
Joanna Adler  as Mrs. Russo
Dylan Martin Frankel  as Moses
William Popp  as Paul (Passenger #2)
Dina Shihabi  as Nour
Luca Stagliano  as Mo Jr.
Tamir  as Grandma Hassan
Susu Ahmed
Becca Blackwell  as Sophia's Boyfriend
Mozhan Marnรฒ  as Najla
Omar Metwally  as Bin Khalied
Amir Arison  as Abelmalek
Denis Danilovich  as Alex
Danny Jolles  as Jacob
Kyle Kolich  as Brandyn
Maz Siam  as Old Hajj
Cynthia Bastidas  as Wife
Raymond Neil Hernandez  as Paco
Deborah Rayne  as Linds
David Zaldivar  as Hector
Adrienne Rose Bengtsson  as Hipster Woman
Gracie Dzienny  as Melanie
Arash Mokhtar  as Man
Nicolas Noblitt  as Young Steve Russo
Anton Obeid  as Imam Qatanani
Rasha Zamamiri  as Sahar
Laith Zuaiter  as White Castle Cashier
Steve Beauchamp  as Protestor #1
Georgia Buchanan  as Court Employee
Vanessa Cozart  as Stripper
Katherine Laheen  as Studious Woman
Ashraf Sewailam  as Eygptian Restaurant Owner
Michelle Sims  as Dr. Chava
Alok Tewari  as Dr. Khaled
Cathy Ang  as White Castle Cashier
Jade Elysan  as Eman
Noah Piccolo  as Ali
Raleigh Shuck  as Angela
Nicholas Tucci  as Jersey Guy
Ceasar F. Barajas  as Trainer #1
Isa Barrett  as Singing Teen #1
Jessica Blank  as Mary
Mark Borkowski  as Ron
John Dinello  as Bouncer
Charles Keith  as Hipster Guy
Kevin Michael Murphy  as Protestor #2
Tracy Weiler  as Yoga Instructor
Lindsey Austen  as Drunk Girl
Alessandra Baldacchino  as Katie
Juri Henley-Cohn  as Masud
Nicholas Piccolo  as Ali
Amelia Rose Allen  as Singing Teen #2
Brendan Burke  as Mark
Hana Chamoun  as Aisha
Lauren Collier  as News Anchor
Paul Fitzgerald  as Warren
Afrim Gjonbalaj  as Emirati Guard
Meredith Holzman  as Veterinarian
Sean McNay  as Man
Cyndee Rivera  as Yogi
Stephen Federbusch  as Mr. Roy
Anthony Giangrasso  as Joey
Ameara Wahhab  as Farida
Mary Boyer  as Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Kerry Coddett  as Leila
Tracy Friedman  as Restaurant Boss
Jessica Kirson  as Homeless Woman
Haythem Noor  as Haythem
Fawad Siddiqui  as Emirati Guard
Babak Tafti  as Amir
Giulio Gallarotti  as Johnny
Kam Perez  as Hamza
Madison Arnold  as Warren's Father
Byrne Davis Jr.  as Homeless Man
Natasha Dewhurst  as Hot Waitress
Josephine Huang  as Jenny
Miriam Nabhan  as Mona
Al Nazemian  as Servant
Neil Potter  as Immigration Lawyer
Neil Potter  as immigration Lawyer
Gus Halper  as Shawn
Paul Elia  as Kalim
Richard Mark Jordan  as Homeless Man
Ken Kensei  as Brother Jerome
Adham Murched  as Concierge
Tim Schuebel  as Cop
Sophie Faulkenberry  as Yuliya
Sadiq Abuakar  as Trainer #2
Jacob Anton  as Omar
Neimah Djourabchi  as Worshipper
Kareem Elsamadicy  as Arab Uncle
Tanner Cohen  as Man at Bar
Chase Vacnin  as Teenager
Ali Andre Ali  as Young Man (Call to Prayer Reciter)
Meewah Alana Lee  as New Citizen #2
Akram Basuni  as Prayer Leader (Diner)
Jane Dashow  as Mrs. WIlson
Gary Dooley  as Bar patron
Charmar Jeter  as Construction Worker
Dylan Kelley  as Self
Samantha Browne-Walters  as New Citizen #4
Tanzeel Kayani  as Ramy's cousin
Beshoy Mehany  as Sufi Center Attendee
Robert Shulman  as Muslim Praying in Mosque


What are Ramy filming details?

"Ramy" series are produced by A24, Cairo Cowboy and Foxera.

The average duration of each episode is 23 - 43 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English and Arabic.

"Ramy" TV series is rated "PG", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Ramy TV series?

"Ramy" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.1/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 95/100.

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