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|Written by||Asaf Ashtar, Ruby Duenyas|
|Country of origin||Israel|
|No. of seasons||6|
|No. of episodes||142|
|Running time||24 minutes|
|Original network||Channel 2 (Keshet)|
|Original release||December 25, 1997 –|
June 22, 2004
Shemesh is an Israeli sitcom aired by Channel 2 Keshet and produced by Teddy Productions from 1997 to 2004.
Nahum shemesh moved from Beersheba to Tel Aviv and established a restaurant called "Empire of the Sun (Shemesh is sun in Hebrew) ". Shemesh during the series becomes the actual father of Bar, a child to a single - parent called cyclamen, barely able to raise him because she was a hippie began to lose touch with reality. Shemesh reveals the identity of his father, Paul Newman, key affair with a waitress, ethical Empire and eventually marries her. Sun holds eternal rivalry with his neighbor Isaiah lawyer Tanzer called "Tentzer maniac."
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