The Yargı (Judgment) series suddenly attracted great attention with its first episode on Kanal D in September. The fact that Pınar Deniz and Kaan Urgancıoğlu, who were acclaimed for their partnership in the series Aşk 101 (Love 101), took the lead, was a detail that attracted the attention of the series in the first place. However, Yargı soon turned into a production that deeply affected the audience with its characters, story and actors.
The series, directed by Ali Bilgin and signed by Ay Yapım, was watched breathlessly until the end of the season with the story of screenwriter Sema Ergenekon that amazes the audience every week. Yargı, where the tempo never slowed down and the answers to the questions that were curious to the audience were given in each episode, and new questions that could not be predicted emerged, gave the audience a break with the season finale, giving the audience a separate surprise.
Yargı, which is a popular TV series in the summer, has been adapted for Greece in the past months. During the visit, which was attended by director Ali Bilgin and some officials from Kanal D, photos from the Greek version of Yargı were shared on social media.
It is another source of pride that the adaptation of The Yargı, as an original Turkish TV series, is being filmed. At the same time, the series attracts great attention in other countries abroad. Another good news came from the Yargı series, which is still being broadcast in different countries!
The overseas sales of the series are raising the seats of both the channel, the producer and the actors. At the same time, a pleasing development for those who watch the series is the interest it receives abroad. This time, good news came from another country. The Yargı series has started to meet with the Lithuanian audience this time!
The Yargı series in Lithuania, a Baltic state, aired on LKN TV a few days ago with its first episode under the name ‘Lemties paslapty’.
In the meantime, a trailer came from the Greek version of Yargı, which is still shooting. It was observed that the styles and styles of the characters in the series were exactly the same. It was announced that the series will be shown on ANT 1 channel in September in Greece.
The Greek version of Yargı, which is planned to start its second season in Turkey in September, is also expected to impress the audience with its first season.
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