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17 May 2022 17:22

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Afra Saraçoğlu is returning to the TV channel after two years!

Afra Saraçoğlu, one of the successful actresses of the last period, took part in the Yeşilçam series, which was broadcast on BluTV. Good news came from Saraçoğlu, who has been away from television channels for a while. The successful actress will soon meet her fans on the Star TV screen.

The 24-year-old actress, who stepped into the world of TV series with Fazilet Hanım and Kızları (Mrs. Fazilet and her Daughters), who came to the screen in 2017, took a role in the series Kardeş Çocukları. The adventure of the next series, Öğretmen (Teacher), was very short.

After this unfortunate project, Afra Saraçoğlu starred in the popular TV series Yeşilçam of the digital platform BluTV. Saraçoğlu made a strong impression with her impressive performance in the TV series Yeşilçam, which lasted for two seasons. The actress, who took the lead role in the series with Çağatay Ulusoy and Selin Şekerci, also experienced theater in this process.

Afra Saraçoğlu appeared in front of the audience for the first time on the stage with the support of Nurgül Yeşilçay. The young actress took a new step in her career by showing a very successful performance in the theater play Bir Barda Bir Gece (One Night in a Bar).

Now it’s time for a new series for Afra Saraçoğlu. According to the news of journalist Birsen Altuntaş, the successful actress will take the lead role in the TV series Antepli, which will be shot by OGM Pictures for Star TV. With this series, Saraçoğlu will return to the TV channel screen, which he has been away for a long time.

The shooting of the series, which tells the impressive story of a family from Antep, will start in Gaziantep and continue in Istanbul. The detailed subject of the series and who will accompany Afra Saraçoğlu are not yet clear. It is wondered whether the Antepli series will be broadcast in the summer season or in the winter months.

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