A big competitor is coming to Netflix in Turkey!
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1 February 2023 09:44

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A big competitor is coming to Netflix in Turkey!

Now, digital broadcasting platforms, not TV channels, are in fashion. A new competitor in Turkey is coming to Netflix, which is one of the firsts in digital broadcasting platforms, which is also popular with the audience, thanks to its high quality content and the freedom to watch the series you want whenever you want, thanks to its simultaneous broadcasting of all episodes.

According to the news shared today, the US-based digital broadcasting platform Disney Plus has taken the official step to operate in Turkey and has received its broadcasting license from RTÜK. This means that Netflix now has a huge competitor in Turkey. There is also the international streaming platform Amazon Prime Video in Turkey, but it is not as common as Netflix.

It is not yet clear when Disney Plus will start broadcasting or how much the subscription fee will be. However, the channel started its work for the Turkish market for a very long time. The first Turkish content of the channel was the Kaçış series, starring Engin Akyürek and İrem Helvacıoğlu.

The shooting of the series, whose story belongs to Engin Akyürek, continues around Gaziantep. The series tells the story of two war correspondents. Especially Engin Akyürek fans are looking forward to watching the series as soon as possible.

The second Turkish content of Disney Plus is the series that will tell the life of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The series in which Aras Bulut Iynemli will portray Atatürk created a big event in Turkey and is eagerly awaited.

Work and search for actors continue for the series to be shot by Lanistar Media. The series team is expected to go on the set in July. The series will be screened in two seasons consisting of six episodes each. The TV series that will tell the story of Atatürk’s life will be presented to the Turkish people in 2023, on the 100th anniversary of our Republic.

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