Alba, the Spanish adaptation of Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne (meaning: What’s Fatmagül’s Crime) series, which was very popular when it was broadcast in Turkey, came to the screen with its first episode. The series achieved great success in the ratings with its first episode.
The series is the first Turkish TV series to be adapted for Spain. The first episode of the series, which was adapted for Spain under the name Alba, was broadcast on the country’s largest television channel, Antena 3. The success of the series with the first episode was announced by Ay Yapım, the producer of the series.
In the post made on Ay Yapım’s social media account, it was said: “The ALBA series, which is the script adaptation of Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne series, made its highest debut in the last 3 years on the Spanish @antena3com Channel, where it was broadcast. It achieved great success by getting twice the rating of its closest competitor.”
Adapted from Vedat Türkali’s novel of the same name, Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne series has been sold to more than 40 countries so far. The script of the series, directed by Hilal Saral, was written by Ece Yörenç and Melek Gençoğlu. The series created great controversy when it was broadcast.
The series tells the story of Fatmagül, who was raped by four men and forced to marry one of the rapists, and Kerim, who was forced to marry her. The cast of the series consisted of master names such as Beren Saat and Engin Akyürek, as well as Sumru Yavrucuk, Musa Uzunlar, Civan Canova, Murat Daltaban, Deniz Türkali.
Consisting of two seasons, the series said goodbye to the screens with its 80th episode released on June 21, 2012. One of the most successful productions of Ay Yapım, the repetitions of Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne series still continue to be watched.
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