"Tehran" is an Israeli espionage thriller television series directed by Daniel Syrkin, Moshe Zonder, Dana Eden and Maor Kohn.
The starring cast includes Niv Sultan, Shaun Toub, Navid Negahban, Menashe Noy, Liraz Charhi, Shervin Alenabi, Qais Khan, Moe Bar-El, Reza Diako, Arash Marandi and others.

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

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Tehran TV series?

Apple TV on Wednesday, September 02, 2020 released the trailer for "Tehran" you can watch here:
Tehran - Official Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is Tehran TV series plot?

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

Protagonist Tamar Rabinyan (Niv Sultan), a young Jewish woman born in Iran but raised in Israel, is a Mossad agent and computer hacker on an undercover mission in the Iranian capital to disable a nuclear reactor. Her objective is neutralizing Iranian air defenses so that Israeli warplanes can bomb a nuclear plant and prevent Iran from obtaining an atomic bomb. When she arrives in Iran she switches identities with Zhila Gorbanifar (Shai Cohen Neeman), a Muslim employee of the local electric company. In Zhila's place she enters the electric company station and connects to the computer network. Then she tries to cut electric power to the Iranian radar system, in order to facilitate an ongoing Israeli Air Force attack. Her mission fails because her boss, who thinks she is Zhila, tries to rape her and is killed as a result of their fight. She escapes and goes into hiding. Tamar was born in Iran and moved to Israel when she was six, and she now discovers her local roots, goes to see her aunt, and befriends Iranian pro-democracy activists. Meanwhile, she is hunted by Faraz Kamali (Shaun Toub), head of investigations of the Revolutionary Guards.

Cast

Who plays who in the Tehran TV series?

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

Niv Sultan  as Tamar Rabinyan
Shaun Toub  as Faraz Kamali
Navid Negahban  as Masoud Tabrizi
Menashe Noy  as Meir Gorev
Liraz Charhi  as Yael Kadosh
Shervin Alenabi  as Milad
Qais Khan  as Mohammed Balochi
Moe Bar-El  as Karim
Reza Diako  as Shahin
Arash Marandi  as Ali
Dan Mor  as Eran
Danny Sher  as Mike
Sogand Sara Fakheri  as Razieh
Shila Ommi  as Naahid
Vassilis Koukalani  as Police Chief Mohammadi
Esti Yerushalmi  as Arezoo
Tomer Macloof
Tamir Ginsburg
Viss Elliot Safavi  as Mrs. Sultani
Alex Naki  as Mordechai Rabinyan
Roi Adar
Reza Brojerdi  as Farham Kasrai
Hay Davidov  as Zhila's boss
Nati Navid Toobian  as Dariush
Michal Koren
Shai Cohen Neeman  as Zhila
Nir Yosefi  as Saeed
Ash Goldeh  as Hassan
Yael Ashrafi
Shiva Davidpor
Betzalel Borochov  as Kaisar
Sagi Lichter
Rani Amrani
Tuti Ninio  as Shira
Yakir Shukrun  as Yoni
George Iskandar  as Ashraf
Asal Yosefi
Elshan Amaan  as Officer Javad
Ma'ayan Leub
Omri Shenhar  as Omri
Ashkan Safai
Dor Hai
Uri Shilo  as Israeli Aire Force Officer
Ami Nachimovsky
Hagai Hochberger
Nofar Boker  as Reut
Yoel Herzberg  as Salim
Joseph Oliveira  as Hassan

Filming

What are Tehran filming details?

"Tehran" series are produced by Donna Productions, Shula Spiegel Productions and Paper Plane Productions (in association).

Country of origin: Israel. Original language: Hebrew, Persian and English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Tehran TV series?

"Tehran" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 93/100.

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