Based on the best-selling books by late author Ahmed Khaled Tawfik, one of the most popular writers in Egypt.

It's the first ever Egyptian series produced by Netflix

This show has been in progress since 2006. The director, Amr Salama, first contacted Dr. Ahmed Khaled Tawfik in 2006 via e-mail and asked him if they can meet to pitch to him his ideas about turning the books into a TV show. Although Salama was still not famous and he didn't have a single movie released, only short films, Dr. Tawfik agreed.

The series is based on the series of novels by the Egyptian writer Ahmed Khaled Tawfiq, which has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide

The third Middle Eastern Netflix original show.

The radio program that Dr. Refaat listens to while in the car is called "After Midnight". In the original novels, Dr. Refaat is the co-host of that radio show.

Dr.Ahmed Khalid Tawfik always dreamt of having his novels turn into screen plays.

Dr. Ahmed Khaled Tawfik the author of Paranormal series' original novel is famous with young people in Egypt who gave him the nickname (the godfather) and he is considered the first arabic horror writer.

Although Maggie is still Dr. Refaat's one true love in the books. She is mostly only mentioned and appears personally only in 4 out of 81 books.

Dr. Ahmed Khaled Tawfik is known as the guy who turned youth into readers.

Ahmed Amin, the main actor, is originally a stand-up comedian.

Louie's full name is Louie C. Ferre. Resembling his true identity as lucifer

Louie is revealed in the last episode as Lucifer which is Dr. Refaat archnemesis from the novels.

In the last episode, it was announced that Lucifer which was Louis in the third episode is the new villain of the story who was in the novels the main villain or antagonist

Unlike the show, in the books the reason to not get romantically involved in a relationship was Maggie's decision not due to Refaat having cold feet. She believed that their love would wither away as they discovered each other's flaws.