Watch: Conan O'Brien on the set of 'Fauda'

The comedian visited the set of the immensely popular show 'Fauda' last week.

Tzvi Lev ,

Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien

American comedian Conan O'Brien visited the set of the popular Israeli TV show 'Fauda' last week, snapping pictures with the actors and expressing his love for the show to everyone in earshot.

"I am a huge fan of Fauda. I've binged watched it." O'Brien said. "It's very exciting for me to come here and see the actors."

O'Brien said that he never lost the excitement of meeting his favorite actors. "Throughout all my years in show business, I never lost the feeling of seeing my favorite actors in person. I'm like oh my God, its them!"

"What I love about Fauda is that characters from every single viewpoint are represented. Its addictive."

Fauda is a show about an Israeli undercover counter terrorism unit that is desperately trying to locate arch-terrorist Abu Ahmed before he can commit another attack. Always popular in Israel, the series recently took off in the United States after it became available on Netflix in November.

O'Brien is in Israel as part of his "Conan without Borders" series.