Our Boys

HBO's Our Boys premieres on Monday, August 12 at 9 p.m. ET, only on Crave


HBO's ten-part limited drama series OUR BOYS debuts with two episodes back-to-back on Monday, August 12 at 9 p.m. ET, followed by single episodes debuting subsequent Mondays, only on Crave. OUR BOYS, an HBO-Keshet Studios co-production, was filmed in Israel and is based on the true events which led to the outbreak of war in Gaza. The series follows the investigation of Mohammed Abu Khdeir’s murder. It tells the story of all those involved, Jews and Arabs alike, whose lives were forever changed by these events.


  • S1 - Episode 1

    "Out of the Depth, I Cry to You"

    On June 12, 2014, the disappearance of three Jewish boys in Israel sends shockwaves across the nation. Simon (Shlomi Elkabetz), a terrorism agent at the Jewish Division of Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and his team search for answers. Arab teen Mohammed (Ram Masarweh) lands in a dangerous environment while Jewish teen Avishai (Adam Gabay) finds himself at a crossroads.

  • S1 - Episode 2

    “Chapter 2: I Love Toto”

    In the wake of their son's disappearance, Hussein (Jony Arbid) and Suha (Ruba Blal Asfour) face pressure from the police as they search for answers. Simon (Shlomi Elkabetz) and Mike (Tzahi Grad) disagree on their theories about the murder and a new angle arises when a rumor leaks to the public.

  • S1 - Episode 3

    “Chapter 3: Two Packs of Red Next”

    Simon (Shlomi Elkabetz) meets with Mohammed’s family to probe for details about his life. Hussein (Jony Arbid) and Suha (Ruba Blal Asfour) find their neighborhood in the midst of a riot, while misinformation spreads across the internet. Written by Joseph Cedar, Tawfik Abu Wael and Hagai Levi; directed by Joseph Cedar and Tawfik Abu Wael.

  • S1 - Episode 4

    “Chapter 4: The Dawn Martyr”

    With the Jerusalem deputy DA looking over their shoulders, Simon (Shlomi Elkabetz) and his team focus their investigation on Israeli persons of interest as Mohammed’s family remain overwhelmed by the fervor surrounding their son’s death.

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