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In his show, Youssef has parodied such Egyptian celebrities as show host Tawfik Okasha, composer Amr Mostafa, Salafist presidential candidate Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, and Mohamed El Baradei, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency and onetime presidential candidate.
The show became the platform for many writers, artists, and politicians to speak freely about the social and political scene.
The program, which began with a small group working at home with Youssef, moved from ONTV's smallest studio to Radio theater in downtown Cairo, a theatre redesigned in the likeness of New York's Radio City, making it the first live audience show in the Middle East.
The contents of a typical show's broadcast have evolved, which began with a sarcastic take on current political events, and eventually incorporating the hosting of public figures and stars from various fields, as well as various artists' performances.
In November 2012, Al-Bernameg The second season, which premiered in November 2012 on CBC network, was the first real live audience show in Egypt.
The show gained tremendous success through its humorous yet bold criticism of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, representing the Muslim Brotherhood.
On March 18, 2014, he faced plagiarism accusations by his readers, and through Twitter, by the original British writer, Ben Judah, who wrote the article for Politico magazine.
He later published an apology in El Sherouk newspaper for initially publishing an article without citing any references.
Al-Bernameg's success inspired a number of amateur initiatives on various social media channels, who credit the B show as their inspiration.
In June 2012, Jon Stewart invited Youssef to The Daily Show for an extended interview, "...
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