GenreComedy drama
Created by
Opening theme"Longa 79" by "El Masryeen" (The Egyptians band)[1]
Country of originUnited States
Original languages
  • English
  • Arabic
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes30 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Jeanie Igoe
  • Inman Young
  • Tyson Bidner
  • Jamin O'Brien
  • Nathan Reinhart
  • Mary Beth Minthorn
  • Adrian Peng Correia
  • Claudio Rietti
  • Ashley Connor
  • Joanna Naugle
  • Jeremy Edwards
  • Veronica Rutledge
  • Matthew Booras
  • Jennifer Lee
Running time23–43 minutes
Production companies
Original release
ReleaseApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19) –
September 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)

Ramy is an American comedy-drama television series that premiered on April 19, 2019, on Hulu. In May 2019, Hulu renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on May 29, 2020.[2][3] The series stars Ramy Youssef as the titular character. In July 2020, Hulu renewed the series for a third season, which premiered on September 30, 2022.[4][5]

The series has been praised for its portrayal of American Muslims when most Western pop culture depictions are "usually as the bad guys".[6] In January 2020, Youssef was awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy for his role in Ramy. Additionally, Youssef was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, and in 2020 he also received the Peabody Award.


Ramy follows "a first-generation American Muslim 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."[7]

Cast and characters





SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
110April 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
210May 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
310September 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)

Season 1 (2019)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
11"Between the Toes"Harry BradbeerRamy Youssef & Ari Katcher & Ryan WelchApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
In the series premiere, Ramy grapples with dating and relationships as a young man who is Muslim. He goes out on a date with a woman who is also Muslim, but Ramy is surprised to find she is more sexually active and liberated than he had assumed (based on his own set of double standards).
22"Princess Diana"Christopher StorerLeah Nanako WinklerApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
The tech startup Ramy works at goes under, leaving him unemployed. As a solution, his parents intend to set him up with a job working for his volatile uncle Naseem, who is sexist, antisemitic, and believes in 9/11 conspiracy theories.
33"A Black Spot on the Heart"Christopher StorerMinhal BaigApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
After starting at his new job, Ramy becomes interested in a Jewish girl, much to the frustration of his friends. However, he refuses to take drugs with her, so she hooks up with another guy.
44"Strawberries"Ramy YoussefRamy YoussefApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
In a flashback to Ramy's past, he remembers how his relationships with friends were changed by the September 11 attacks, due to the shift in the media narratives around the Muslim community. He also wants to be like all his friends and learn to masturbate. After his friends shun him, he walks a different route to school and meets Stevie for the first time, who becomes one of his lifelong friends.
55"Do the Ramadan"Christopher StorerSahar JahaniApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Ramy intends to be fully faithful throughout the 30 days of Ramadan. This includes eating only after sunset and before sunrise, and abstaining from sex and pornography. Ramy meets a married but lonely Muslim woman at the mosque, and ends up having sex with her at her house.
66"Refugees"Cherien DabisBridget BedardApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Dena begins experiencing qualms about her status as a virgin. After talking with her friends, she decides to meet up with the local barista from the coffee bar who often flirts with her. She goes back with him to his apartment, but things do not go well.
77"Ne Me Quitte Pas"Cherien DabisRamy YoussefApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Maysa, who is lonely at home and unfulfilled with her life, becomes a Lyft driver, in the hopes of meeting new people. At first, she has trouble ingratiating herself with riders, but later on, she picks up a Frenchman traveling in the area for business. Because she speaks French and allows him to smoke in her car, he takes a liking to her, and they become fast friends.
88"Saving Mikaela"Cherien DabisRyan WelchApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Stevie becomes romantically interested in a girl he met through a video game, and ropes Ramy in to physically meet the girl in person. When they meet Mikaela, they realize that she and her friend are still in high school. Mikaela eventually gets drunk and passes out. Ramy kicks open the door to save her, and they end up taking her to Hackensack General, where Ramy's friend is a doctor.
99"Dude, Where's My Country?"Cherien DabisRamy YoussefApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
In an attempt to find himself and his faith, Ramy makes the trip to visit his family in Egypt. While Ramy would like to see Egypt and pray in the local mosques, his Americanized cousin Shadi wants instead to take him to parties where people are smoking and taking drugs. Ramy meets a cute girl who turns out to be Shadi's sister (also Ramy's cousin).
1010"Cairo Cowboy"Jehane NoujaimRamy YoussefApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Ramy eventually decides to make the trip to visit his grandfather in the countryside. The car taking him breaks down, so he decides to walk the rest of the way. He eventually meets up with his grandfather, but soon after Ramy finds him dead on the floor of his home. After the funeral, he and his cousin Amani attend a Sufi hadra and appear to develop romantic feelings towards each other.

Season 2 (2020)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
111"Bay'ah"Christopher StorerRamy Youssef & Amir SulaimanMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Following the events in Egypt, Ramy finds himself in a slump. His friends eventually confront him about his self-destructive behavior, and Ahmed tells Ramy that he should speak to the Imam at the local mosque. Naseem promotes Ramy at work and gifts him a handgun. Ramy tries to open up to the Imam about his personal crises, but is immediately shut down. Ramy learns from his white Muslim friend, who works at another mosque, about a "cool radical" Sufi Sheikh. Sometime later, the Hassan family is invited to the home of Farouk's boss for dinner. Ramy excuses himself to use the restroom, where he takes out his gun and masturbates to porn on his phone. The dinner host's elderly walks into the restroom, washes his hands, and ends up taking the gun before leaving. Ramy later attends the hadra at the Sufi mosque and builds a new relationship with the Sheikh.
122"Can You Hear Me Now?"Christopher StorerRamy YoussefMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Ramy is taking his new spirituality and dedication to Sufi Islam very seriously, much to the annoyance of his family and friends. Several anti-Muslim protesters arrive outside the mosque, but Sheikh Malik treats them kindly serves them hot chocolates with Ramy. Upon hearing about a persistent customer named Dennis looking for work at Mo's diner, Ramy approaches him personally. After hearing about Dennis' story, Ramy buys him a meal and insists he can help. Ramy takes Dennis to the mosque to ask Sheikh Malik for a job. At the entrance, Dennis hears the calls for prayer and it provokes his PTSD. He confesses to Ramy about his actions in Iraq as a soldier, which includes killing a friend. When Ramy meets with Sheikh Malik, he lies to him about the extent of his friendship with Dennis. The Sheikh's daughter Zainab is hesitant to offer a job to Dennis, but Sheikh Malik trusts Ramy and accepts Dennis' help. Dennis proves himself useful by building ramps and shelves, and decides to convert to the Muslim faith. After taking his pledge to become Muslim, Dennis is triggered by one of the protesters and violently beats him up.
133"Little Omar"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Colleen McGuinnessMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Members of the mosque, including Ramy and Sheikh Malik, are at the hospital praying for Nico, the protester that Dennis had savagely beaten. Ramy, Sheikh Malik, and Zainab go to see Nico and meet his brother Ron; he admits to hating the congregation at first, but comes to terms with them and appreciates their prayers. Sheikh Malik and a reluctant Ramy go see Dennis in jail, where he humorously talks about his war atrocities. Sheikh Malik and Ramy promise Dennis to find and save his dog Boomer, who has been trapped in the car since the incident. By nightfall, Ramy and Sheikh Malik have yet to find Boomer, and Sheikh decides to pray right there on the spot. Upon ending the prayer, they hear a dog bark, and the two find the car with Boomer inside. After rescuing Boomer, Sheikh Malik confronts Ramy about lying to him about Dennis and blames himself for giving Ramy too much too soon. He now places a new teacher, Boomer the dog, upon Ramy. When Ramy returns home, his family is unhappy that he brought home a dog, and they scold him about obeying everything Sheikh Malik tells him to do.
144"Miakhalifa.mov"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Adel KamalMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Ramy discovers on Instagram that Amani, his cousin/ex-girlfriend, is engaged. He and Zainab go to the lavish estate of an investor of the Sufi center, who had recently backed out due to violent incident. There, Ramy meets former porn star Mia Khalifa, who has been allegedly supplying the investor with her breast milk to cure him of his desire for sex. Ramy drinks some of the milk before humoring the investor to a bout of archery. The investor finally agrees to invest two million dollars in the Sufi center after Ramy convinces him that they are brothers, because they drank the same breast milk. Zainab is impressed and tells the Sheik she wants to explore marriage with Ramy.
155"3riana grande"Cherien DabisStory by : Ramy Youssef & Maytha Alhassen & Adel Kamal
Teleplay by : Ramy Youssef & Maytha Alhassen
May 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Dena is accepted into law school and earns a scholarship. She announced the news on Facebook, which upsets Farouk and Maysa. Annoyed that her parents don't share her enthusiasm says she doesn't believe in this "superstitious shit." Later in the shower, Dena begins to notice her hair thinning and starts to worry. She asks her father, who tells her he began to lose his hair when he was around her age. Anxious and confused, Dena starts wearing a hijab and attempts to try different remedies for her hair loss, and even asks her doctor about it during a consultation where she is worried she might lump on her breast. She then visits Uncle Naseem who questions her if she is "feeling things" she is not supposed to feel. He refers her to an Egyptian psychic in South Jersey. On her way home from the psychic, Dena learns from her doctor that she has fibroadenoma, which is very common. This temporarily puts her at ease but then her car breaks down, and she is picked up by a Mexican immigrant who confronts her about her headscarf, telling her that it is a symbol of oppression and that she must "melt" into American society. Infuriated by his ignorance, Dena demands that he let her out on the side of the road.
166"They"Cherien DabisRamy Youssef & Ryan WelchMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Maysa is close to getting American citizenship. When she learns that her Lyft Driver account has been suspended, she worries that Lyft's investigation will lead to criminal charges, preventing her from getting citizenship. She decides to find the person who reported her and identifies that it could be Sophia, a trans passenger she picked up, but misgendered and humiliated. She tracks Sophia at a bar and confronts them, profusely apologizing and begging them for forgiveness and to cancel their Lyft report. Sophia tells Maysa that it was not them that filed the report. Sophia's boyfriend calls the police on Maysa for stalking them, but they don't press charges. Dena arrives to take Maysa home and tells her that she's mean and has no filter before Maysa confesses that she wishes she had finished her degree instead of marrying. Finally, Maysa attains citizenship with the determination to vote the president out of office.
177"Atlantic City"Ramy YoussefStory by : Ramy Youssef & Kate Thulin & Bjanka Pasic
Teleplay by : Ramy Youssef & Bjanka Pašić
May 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
The boys force Ramy to have a bachelor party in Atlantic City. They end up at a strip club, where they all – except Steve and Mo – are uncomfortable. Ramy interrupts when Steve is getting a private lap dance and makes everyone go back to the hotel. There, Steve informs Ramy that he needs to ejaculate or else he will suffer because of his condition. After trying to call him a hooker to help him, Ramy finally decides to do the deed himself to save his friend, who cannot use his own arms. When the deed is done, Ramy consoles Steve in his arms as both feel weird and sad about what just happened.
188"Frank in the Future"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Azhar UsmanMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
Farouk lost his job two months ago and still hasn't told his family. Every day he goes to a coffee shop to work on job applications with no prospects in sight. Boomer, the dog, develops depression, possibly since she is sensitive to Farouk's plight. At a gathering to meet the Sheik and Zainab, who Ramy would like to marry, Farouk loses it when confronted about money matters, especially when his brother-in-law Naseem presses him. Later, in private, Farouk finally confesses the truth to Ramy and advises him not to get married because of the stress of being the man of the household. Ramy, in turn, encourages Farouk to live in the present. Farouk and the Sheik together finally agree to the union of Ramy and Zainab.
199"Uncle Naseem"Desiree AkhavanRamy Youssef & Kate ThulinMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
The episode follows Uncle Naseem as he navigates the difficulties of hiding his sexuality, as well as his coarseness in most human interactions, which contributes to the loneliness he feels. He has been intimate with multiple men-- both in his past and in his present, and the internal struggle and frustration this causes him.
2010"You Are Naked in Front of Your Sheikh"Christopher StorerRamy Youssef & Rob UlinMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)
It's Ramy and Zainab's Katb Ktab, but to Ramy's horror, Amani, his former lover and cousin, arrives from Egypt to attend the ceremony. We discover in a flashback that they broke up in Cairo when Ramy refused to commit. Back to the present day, after an awkward conversation in a grocery store parking lot, they hook up. The next day, Ramy goes through with the Katb Ktab, and Zainab loses her virginity to him. After their sexual encounter, Ramy tells her about what happened with Amani the previous night. Horrified, Zainab leaves him, and Ramy awakens the next morning to be confronted by the Sheik, who excoriates him and tells him that he can't help him. In a desperate final plea, Ramy asks Amani to be with him and tells her that they're meant to be, but she is traumatized by his behavior and refuses him. Heartbroken and alone, Ramy takes Boomer the dog and goes to Dennis' abandoned car, where they listen to his CD on how to be a Muslim.

Season 3 (2022)

No. in
Title [15]Directed byWritten by [16]Original release date [17]
211"Harry Potter"Ramy YoussefRamy YoussefSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Two years have passed since Zainab left Ramy after discovering his slip-up with his cousin. Now, a slightly reformed Ramy works hard to increase his income and pay off the dowry while going on a date with someone from his past.
222"Egyptian Cigarettes"Annemarie JacirRamy Youssef & Maytha AlhassenSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Ramy heads to Israel, where he meets Ayala, the leader of the Diamond Club, who decides to test Ramy's dedication to Islam. Meanwhile, Uncle Naseem gets stopped at the airport's security checkpoint.
233"Limoges"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Bjanka PasicSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
A financially-struggling Farouk and Maysa decide to take on new covert part-time jobs to keep their boat afloat but soon come across some old acquaintances.
244"That's What She Said"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Kate ThulinSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Ramy rushes to a dinner with Steve and his girlfriend, Lena. Steve is in love and thinks about proposing, but Ramy tries to talk him out of it. Ramy prioritises business over friendship, as he attends to a client in the middle of their dinner.
255"Bad Momma"Ari KatcherRamy Youssef & Farida ZahranSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Maysa believes it is time for Dena to marry and settle down; Ramy finally clears off his debt to Zainab; a tough conversation with her employer leads to Dena revealing a whole new side of herself.
266"American Life Coach"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Monica HannaSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Dena, Maysa and Farouk try to deal with their inner conflicts in their own unique ways; Dena talks to a psychologist while taking Maysa to group therapy; in Egypt, Farouk meets a woman with a shocking proposal.
277"Second Opinion Doctor"Hiam AbbassRamy Youssef & Amir SulaimanSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Ahmed tells Mo to try yoga after the latter worries about his health. Later, Ahmed receives a proposal from a woman who wants to be his second wife. He is not sure whether polygamy is his cup of tea, so he visits a man who has four wives.
288"Merchants in Medina"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Adel KamalSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Ramy finds himself in an awkward situation when an influential sheikh suggests they pray together on social media; Zainab continues to consistently avoid Ramy, but at the same time, she carries a growing secret.
299"A Blanket on the Television"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Azam MahmoodSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Farouk returns to the United States with high spirits; Ramy attends the first rehab meeting for sex addicts; Naseem goes on a date with a guy who coincidentally happens to be friends with Dena.
3010"We Gave It All Up for Hot Dogs"Ramy YoussefRamy Youssef & Azhar UsmanSeptember 30, 2022 (2022-09-30)
Zainab is against the idea of Ramy being more involved in their daughter's life; Farouk and Maysa's plan to sell their house backfires when they get involved in an unpleasant situation with the estate agent. Ramy has his own epiphany and starts praying and crying on the beach as Farouk, Maysa, Dena, and Tarek are praying together at home.



On October 4, 2017, it was announced that Hulu had given the production a pilot presentation order. The series was created by Ramy Youssef, Ari Katcher and Ryan Welch, and Youssef and Welch both wrote episodes for the series. Executive producers include Katcher, Welch, and Jerrod Carmichael. Production companies involved with the series include A24.[18]

On April 18, 2018, it was announced that Hulu had given the production a series order for a first season.[7][19][20] On February 11, 2019, it was announced that the series would premiere on April 19, 2019.[21] On May 1, 2019, it was reported that Hulu renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on May 29, 2020.[2][3] On July 9, 2020, Hulu renewed the series for a third season, which premiered on September 30, 2022.[4][5]


Alongside the series order announcement, it was confirmed that Ramy Youssef would star in the series.[7] On October 19, 2018, it was announced that May Calamawy had been cast in a series regular role.[22] In July 2019, it was announced Mahershala Ali would guest star in the second season.[23] In November 2019, it was announced Laith Nakli had been upped to a series regular.[24]

On March 31, 2022, it was announced that Bella Hadid would have a recurring guest role in the third season. It will also be her acting debut in the show.[13]



In Europe, the series is available to stream on StarzPlay.[25] In the United Kingdom, the series premiered in March 2021 on Channel 4. In Latin America, the series premiered in August 2020 on FX. In India, the series is available on Amazon Prime. In South Africa, the series is available to stream on Showmax.


The series held its world premiere during the 2019 South by Southwest film festival in Austin, Texas, as a part of the festival's "Episodic Premieres" series of screenings. It won the Episodic Audience Award for the festival.[26]


On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds an approval rating of 98% based on 43 reviews, with an average rating of 8.1/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "An insightful and hilarious glimpse into the life of a Muslim American family, Ramy perfectly articulates the precarious nature and nuances of identity and announces Ramy Youssef as a talent to watch."[27] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 87 out of 100, based on 18 critics.[28]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season holds an approval rating of 95% based on 44 reviews, with an average rating of 8.1/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Ramy's layered approach yields rich rewards in a poignant second season that digs deeper without losing faith in the power of levity."[29] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 82 out of 100, based on 12 critics.[30]

The third season holds an approval rating of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes based on ten reviews, with an average rating of 7.5/10.[31] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 81 out of 100, based on six critics.[32]


For its first season, Ramy Youssef was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy. He won the award at the 77th Golden Globe Awards in 2020.[33]

Year Award Category Nominees Result Ref.
2019 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actor in a Comedy Series Ramy Youssef Nominated [34]
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Ramy Youssef Won [35]
Gotham Independent Film Awards Breakthrough Series – Short Form Ramy Nominated [36]
Peabody Awards Entertainment Ramy Won [37]
SXSW Film Festival Episodic Audience Award Ramy Won [38]
2020 Black Reel Awards for Television Outstanding Supporting Actor, Comedy Series Mahershala Ali Nominated [39]
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Ramy Youssef Nominated [40]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Mahershala Ali Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Ramy Youssef (For "Miakhalifa.mov") Nominated
TCA Awards Individual Achievement in Comedy Ramy Youssef Nominated [41]
2021 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series Ramy Nominated [42]
Best Actor in a Comedy Series Ramy Youssef Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Ramy Youssef Nominated [43]
NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Breakthrough Creative – Television Ramy Youssef Nominated [44]
Satellite Awards Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Ramy Nominated [45]
Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series Ramy Youssef Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Ramy Youssef Nominated [46]


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