Deniz Baysal started sharing fun with the new season shootings of the Teşkilat!
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29 September 2022 01:41

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Deniz Baysal started sharing fun with the new season shootings of the Teşkilat!

The successful TV series of TRT 1, Teşkilat (Organization), which met with the audience on Sunday evenings, went on the set for the third season. The series, which is preparing to come to the screen with new episodes in September, started shooting.

Deniz Baysal, the leading actress who gave life to the character of ‘Zehra’ from the first day of the series, started to share from the set on social media.

Deniz Baysal made her fans laugh again in her latest Instagram post. In the video she shared from the set, the actress, who enters the trailer as herself, comes out as ‘Zehra’. From the comments of the fans, it is understood that the audience misses the TV series The Teşkilat very much.

On the other hand, the audience is also wondering who will replace Çağlar Ertuğrul, who left the series last season. Shortly after the organization made the second season finale, it came to the fore with the departure of the leading actor Çağlar Ertuğrul.

Since the first episode of the series, the separation of Ertuğrul, who played the main character ‘Serdar’, fell like a bomb on the agenda. Although the audience of the series could not believe this news for a while, they had to accept the truth with the official statement from both the producer and Ertuğrul.

TRT 1’s first rating series suffered a significant loss with the departure of Çağlar Ertuğrul. During the summer, no new actor could be found to replace Çağlar Ertuğrul. As a matter of fact, the Teşkilat started shooting for the new season. However, the actor who will play the main male character has still not been found.

It was claimed that Yunus Emre Yıldırımer, whom we recently watched in the TV series Adı Sevgi (Name is Love), will play a role in the Teşkilat in the new season. However, no official statement was made.

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