According to Vulture, Sony fully intends on taking advantage of the free time that many Muslims in the Middle East have now that the holy month of Ramadan is underway - it means shorter work hours, AKA more time spent at home watching television - and is planning on launching Arabic versions of five popular television shows. 

Apparently, these include an adaptation of Everybody Loves Raymond, a female chat show, and Arabic-language versions of both Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and The Voice. Which, basically all together, sums up American television quite accurately. 

[via Vulture]