Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam is a historical Turkish television series directed by Herşey Film, directed by Altan Dönmez and written by Ertan Kurtulan, Hilal Yıldız, Gürsel Korat and Abdullah Akın.
The series, starring Türkan Şoray, Özcan Deniz, Tolga Karel, Hazım Körmükçü, and Fırat Tanış, started very ambitious. No compromise was made on quality, a very ambitious preparation process took place. However, as there was not enough interest in the series, it had to make the final in the 20th episode.
Producer: Herşey Film
Release Date: 12 March -17 December 2012
Duration: 80 minutes
Music: Alpay Göltekin
Leading roles: Türkan Şoray, Özcan Deniz, Tolga Karel, Hazım Körmükçü, Fırat Tanış.
Cast: Cemal Hünal, Aslı Tandoğan, Öykü Çelik, Tolga Karel, Aslıhan Güner, Teoman Kumbaracıbaşı, Kerem Atabeyoğlu, Mehrnoosh Esmailpour, Cem Uçan, Cenk Gürpınar, Yılmaz Şerif, Mehmet Atay, Bülent Polat, Mustafa Uzunyılmaz, Bora Akkaş, Esra Özüver, Leyla Göksun, Nurettin Sönmez, Mert Karabulut, Zeynep Nur Çağlayan, Oktay Berk Yeşilyurt, Deniz Akel, Suat Sungur, Burç Kasapçı.
SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS
TRT’s “‘Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam” series, which is about the Ottoman Empire period, was originally designed with the name “Burası Osmanlı: Sır Kanunu 1711”, but TRT General Manager İbrahim Şahin did not want the series in this form. As a justification, he showed that the work was of a documentary nature and not in a serial format. Later, there was a time jump in the series, some names were changed in the cast. The name of the series was changed to ‘Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı: Kıyam’. It was announced that the series, which was broadcast for a while, said goodbye to the screens after the season finale. But then it was said that the series was not removed, but that Cemal Hünal was excluded from the squad. The name of the series was changed to “Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı”. Cemal Hünal and Aslı Tandoğan were left out of the squad. Instead, Özcan Deniz joined the cast with the role of ‘Serhat’.
The series resumed with its second season on November 5, 2012. It was removed from the broadcast shortly after due to low ratings. The producer of the series, Burhan Özkan, said in a statement at that time, “Series begin and end. TRT wanted to end it. They didn’t say why. The management sent a statement stating that it did not find it suitable for an extension. We think that we are doing a job that is extremely respectful to history, cinema, television and the audience. We did not compromise on quality, we spared no expense. In the last three weeks, our rating has been on the rise. TRT was the fourth channel at the time the series aired. This week, we ranked 39th in the top 100 rankings. We stand behind all the work we do. We are determined and determined to make other history series in the future. We also respect TRT’s decision,”.
In 1711, the Ottoman Empire defeated the Russian Empire, but then entered a period of stagnation. The story begins with Patrona Halil’s brother being hanged by the order of the sultan. During the period, the Ottoman Empire moved away from the war and mostly organized entertainments in the tulip gardens. Even though the Janissaries and some anti-sultan gangs that opposed this situation tried to organize, they did not dare to revolt. However, Patrona Halil is very resentful of his brother’s death and plans to stir up the people to dethrone the Sultan. Internal and external threats also seek to gain effectiveness. There are those who realize the conspiracy against the Sultan and the Ottoman Empire. But for some things it’s too late.
Türkân Şoray (Hatice Sultan)
Özcan Deniz (Serhat)
Fırat Tanış (Patrona Halil)
Hazım Körmükçü (Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Paşa)
Tolga Karel (Kasım)
Aslıhan Güner (Esma)
Teoman Kumbaracıbaşı (Muslu Beşe)
Kerem Atabeyoğlu (III. Ahmed)
Mehrnoosh Esmailpour (Şehrazad)
Cem Uçan (Ramazan)
Cenk Gürpınar (Yunus)
Yılmaz Şerif (Nazım Şeyh)
Mehmet Atay (İspiri Zade Mehmet)
Bülent Polat (Ahmet)
Mustafa Uzunyılmaz (Kaymakçı Mustafa)
Bora Akkaş (Şehzade Mahmud)
Esra Özüver (Rabia Sultan)
Leyla Göksun (Fatma Sultan)
Nurettin Sönmez (Gaddar Ali)
Mert Karabulut (Derviş)
Zeynep Nur Çağlayan (Cemregül)
Oktay Berk Yeşilyurt (Mehmet)
Deniz Akel (Bibi)
Suat Sungur (İbrahim Müteferrika)
Burç Kasapcı (Külhanbey)
The filming of Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam took place in Kocaeli. A decoration consisting of palace, caravanserai, galata square, market place and streets was created on the 240 thousand square meter land of Seka Izmit Enterprise, which was transferred to Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality for the series. In the statement made by the production company at that time, it was stated that in addition to the main cast, many extras would take part in the series. In addition, it was noted that approximately 11 million lira was spent for the series.
The music of the TV series Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam was composed by Alpay Göltekin.
Once Upon a Time Ottoman Resurrection Generic Music
The first trailer from the TV series Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam was broadcast on TRT 1 and the social media accounts of the series in March 2012. The first images aroused curiosity in the audience.
Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam series met with the audience on TRT 1 screens on March 12, 2012. The high-budget production was canceled by the channel on 17 December 2012, after 20 episodes were broadcast when it did not receive the expected rating.
You can watch all episodes of the series on TRT’s official page on youtube.
‘Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam’ SERIES ABROAD
In the statements made in 2012, it was announced that the TV series Bir Zamanlar Osmanlı Kıyam was sold by TRT to Greece and the United Arab Emirates for a record price before it even aired. Other countries and channels where the series is broadcast are as follows;
Northern Cyprus / TRT 1
United Arab Emirates / Dubai TV
Lebanon / Future TV
Morocco / Medi1 TV