Bela lađa

Bela lađa (Serbian: Бела лађа, romanizedBela lađa Serbian pronunciation: [bɛ̂ːlaː lâːdʑa] meaning A White Boat) is a Serbian comedy television series broadcast from December 2006 until April 2012 on Radio Television of Serbia.[1] The series was produced by Radio-television of Serbia with executive production by Košutnjak film. The screenplay was written by Siniša Pavić and Mihajlo Vukobratović directed the series.[1] The series is a loose continuation of the A Tight Spot film series.

Srećko Šojić (Lane Gutović) on the nave with his colleague Stojković

PlotEdit

The story centers on the former businessman turned politician Srećko Šojić, played by Milan Lane Gutović.[1]

With its 26.7% share of the audience (2.610.428 watchers) it was one of top ten most popular TV shows in Serbia according to AGB Nielsen Media Research.[2]

Cast and CharactersEdit

SeasonsEdit

  • The first season was broadcast in 2006–2007 with 24 episodes.
  • The second season was broadcast in 2007–2008 with 14 episodes.
  • The third series premiered on January 24th, 2009 and included 14 episodes.
  • The fourth season premiered on January 17th, 2010 and included 16 episodes.
  • The fifth season premiered on February 27th, 2011 and included 12 episodes.
  • The sixth season premiered on January 29th, 2012 and included 10 episodes.[3]

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