Series News Alp Navruz’s Yürek Çıkmazı series has been like a shelter for some viewers!

Alp Navruz’s Yürek Çıkmazı series has been like a shelter for some viewers!


The Yürek Çıkmazı (Heart Impasse) series, which was broadcast on TRT1 screen on Tuesday evenings, no longer had the strong ratings at the beginning of the season.

But a loyal audience watches the story with great enthusiasm. The 19 episodes of the series starring Alp Navruz and İrem Helvacıoğlu duo are left behind.

Fans of Alp Navruz and İrem Helvacıoğlu especially follow the series, whose 20th new episode will be broadcast on Tuesday, April 18. The successful performances of the duo and their good harmony with each other seem to be one of the reasons why the audience watches the series.

The viewers, who make strong comments about the series in the social media environment, also know that TRT1 will show patience until the end of the season, even if the ratings continue to be low.

Viewers, who stated that they found the story of the Yürek Çıkmazı series to be more innocent when compared to the stories of some TV series on other channels, also expressed their reactions to the world of the series, which focuses on the ‘crooked relationship’ or deceptions, on social media.

This production is of great importance for the audience, who see the Yürek Çıkmazı series as a shelter and show an attitude of escaping from the disturbing series with their stories.

Some of the viewers, who share a lot about the impressiveness of Halil and Zeynep’s characters on social media, also express their views on the importance of the Yürek Çıkmazı on social media.

A post that found a lot of support is as follows: “The drama is very good, at least it doesn’t break our morals and nerves. Other serials are annoying, ridiculous, immoral. Stories that contradict our family structure and our customs.”

In fact, similar reactions have started to be seen intensely on social media for a while. Many viewers express their dissatisfaction with the productions based on distorted family relations and deceptions, and they present projects such as Yürek Çıkmazı as an attitude of escapism in such productions.