This lustrous new show from Turkish Sub powerhouse Ay Yapim is around three cherished companions who out of the blue rejoin with a fourth at the memorial service of an instructor. The trio had played a pitiless and disgracing adolescent trick on the fourth out of desirously of her excellence and smarts, compelling her to leave town. The get-together makes old scores be settled and new competitions to be started. This female reprisal dramatization debuted in late October on Star TV in Turkey, where it's been scoring solid evaluations.
Still-Untitled Turkish Netflix Original
Foremost photography began in March in Istanbul on this 10-scene superhuman dream that weaves Ottoman history, activity tropes and otherworldly components. Delivered by O3 Medya, it toplines Cagatay Ulusoy as a young fellow who finds he has superpowers and must shield Istanbul from dull powers. Netflix designs a worldwide dispatch on its stage this year.
"Sultan of My Heart"
Co-delivered by Russia's KIT Film Studio, which is a piece of Gazprom Media, and Turkey's Maya Prods., this luxurious 24-section arrangement is depicted in limited time materials as a mix of government operative spine chiller and acting. Set in 1920s Turkey, it fixates on Russian negotiators and their families in post-World War I Turkey. The fundamental characters are Anna, the little girl of a Russian international safe haven worker, and nineteenth century Ottoman sultan Mahmud II in a powerful turn on a romantic tale. American executive Bobby Roth, known for "Lost" and "Jail Break," has been enlisted as innovative manager. It will air on Russia's biggest telecom company, Channel One. A Turkish telecaster isn't yet connected.