When a teenage girl is the only witness to a violent murder at her high school, she is forced to enter the witness protection program and take refuge in a home of an ultra-orthodox family – observing new rites, rituals and believes. A fish out of water, she has to fit in, while also trying to solve the mystery surrounding the murder. Aimed at a young adult audience, the series takes place in two bordering cities/ neighborhoods adjacent yet worlds away.
Noa is a teenaged- singer, actress and model who navigates the equally complicated worlds of high school and celebrity. With an ex-best friend thinking fame has changed her, a manager who controls her every career move, and anonymous internet blogger Kitty Popper who writes scathing posts about her- Noa is forced to deal with confrontations on all fronts. But what no one knows is that Noa is actually Kitty Popper - she criticizes herself under a pseudonym to pressure her manager to take her career in the direction that she wants it to go. But when an actual stalker threatens Noa – she and her friends are forced into action.
MAYA, is an insta-famous full-time mother, thrown into the online world of social media fame. The video of her dubbing the family dog went viral after her three daughters (18, 15 and 13) posted it on to YouTube. After the clip reached millions of views the family becomes a full-time production hub with the daughters managing the family channel and their parents' life. The reversal of roles shifts the balance between parents and kids with the teens now responsible for the family's income as they control the skills needed to keep them trending.
MY SISTER SKIPPED A GRADE
Fourteen year old Roni skipped two grades - straight in to her older sister Michal’s class. Now they are starting high-school together. It’s the worst thing that could ever happen to Michal and the coolest thing that can happen to Roni! Every big brother or big sister that has ever been tasked with looking after their younger relation will be able to identify with the situations depicted in "My Sister Skipped a Grade"; the need to forge your own identity and friends while having someone tagging along.