Brazilian viewers are making sacrifices in order to watch the TV series Sen Çal Kapımı!
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4 October 2022 14:37

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Brazilian viewers are making sacrifices in order to watch the TV series Sen Çal Kapımı!

It’s been months since the Sen Çal Kapımı (You Knock My Door) series storm has ended in Turkey, but its impact in the world is still not over, even growing. The series, which is very successful not only in Turkey but all over the world, will be broadcast in Brazil very soon. Brazilian audiences are already freaking out.

The Sen Çal Kapımı series, which made a huge breakthrough in the careers of Hande Erçel and Kerem Bürsin, has taken the whole world under its influence. The broadcast rights of the series were last bought by HBO Max Brazil.

HBO Max Brazil’s social media account said, “Are you ready? Será Isso Amor will be on the screens on Monday. And with its Turkish original voice.”

The series will air in Brazil under the name Será Isso Amor?

The comments made by the Brazilian viewers after this share of HBO Max Brazil show that the series has already created a big event in the country. While some viewers expressed their excitement, others said that they became a member of HBO Max just to watch Sen Çal Kapımı. The audience also expressed that they could not believe that Sen Çal Kapımı will finally be broadcast in Brazil.

The series, which has been broadcast in more than 85 countries to date, had recently started to be screened on the digital platform HBOMaxLa broadcasting in South American countries. According to the news, Sen Çal Kapımı reached huge ratings on the HBOMaxLa platform. Sen Çal Kapımı ranked second in the Top 10 list in all Latin American countries. It finished first in Chile, Uruguay and Colombia, and third in Mexico and Argentina.

The number of followers of the YouTube channel of the TV series “Sen Çal Kapımı” has reached 2.6 million. Another record came from the first episode broadcast. The first episode of the Sen Çal Kapımı series, which was shared a year ago, was watched by more than 35 million.

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