Bela lađa (Serbian: Бела лађа, romanized: Bela 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. 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. The series is a loose continuation of the A Tight Spot film series.
Cast and CharactersEdit
- Milan Lane Gutović as Srećko Šojić, illiterate democratic party leader
- Petar Kralj as Dimitrije Pantić, Šojić's former co-worker
- Predrag Smiljković as Tihomir Stojković, Šojić's co-worker and cousin
- Branimir Brstina as Baćko Bojić, Šojić's cousin. Bojić is Šojić's replacement in season 6 as Milan Lane Gutović was fired from the series.
- Nenad Jezdić as Blagoje Pantić, Dimitrije Pantić's son
- Mina Lazarević as Miroslava Pantić, Dimitrije Pantić's daughter
- Ljiljana Dragutinović as Persida Pantić, Pantić's wife
- Dušan Golumbovski as Ozren Soldatović, mafia boss
- 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.
- "Bela lađa, serija".RTS Radio-televizija Srbije.
- "RTS najgledanija srpska TV".RTS Radio-televizija Srbije.