Burak Sergen, the Haluk of the Sadakatsiz TV series, is experiencing the side effects of the disease
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27 November 2022 09:03

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Burak Sergen, the Haluk of the Sadakatsiz TV series, is experiencing the side effects of the disease

Burak Sergen plays the character of Haluk Güçlü in the TV series “Sadakatsiz”, which is broadcast on Kanal D. The master actor had to take a break for a while due to the health problems he experienced during the first season of the series.

Burak Sergen, who made a comeback to the series, which was broadcast on Kanal D on Wednesday evenings and had good ratings, said that they took a break as a team due to the New Year’s Eve.

Burak Sergen, who caught the coronavirus and went through a heavy process that lasted 60 days, said, “I brought a very serious disease. I was intubated for 15 days. I was in the hospital for 45 days,” he said.

Stating that he is still experiencing the side effects of the disease, the actor stated that he has vaccinations. Stating that the antibodies are very high, Burak Sergen stated that therefore he does not need to take too many precautions.

The Sadakatsiz series took a break for a while due to the New Year’s Eve. Filming of the series will resume on Friday, January 7th. It was stated that the 46th new episode of the TV series Sadakatsiz will meet with the audience on January 26.

Although the fans of the Sadakatsiz series were disturbed by this long separation, the series team had the opportunity to rest. On Wednesday evenings of January 5 and January 12, fans of the series will not be able to watch the new episode.

The success of the international sales of the TV series “Sadakatsiz”, whose first season was very successful, was a great source of morale for the team. Cansu Dere’s winning awards made the famous actress proud in this process. While Sadakatsiz fans were critical of the way the story went in season two, the ratings still show that the show still finds strong support.

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