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Erşan Kuneri, the first TV series of Cem Yılmaz, was criticized a lot, but he gave the answer with the number of views!

Erşan Kuneri, the first TV series of Cem Yılmaz, one of Turkey’s most popular comedians, has been heavily criticized since the day it was broadcast. The eight-episode series was criticized for having too much sexual and profanity dialogue. However, Cem Yılmaz gave the answer to these audiences with the number of views obtained by Erşan Kuneri.

Erşan Kuneri, both directed and starring by Cem Yılmaz, were characters in GORA and Arif V 216. In the Erşan Kuneri series, besides Cem Yılmaz, there are successful and popular names such as Zafer Algöz, Ezgi Mola, Çağlar Çorumlu, Uraz Kaygılaroğlu, Merve Dizdar, Nilperi Şahinkaya and Bülent Şakrak.

Erşan Kuneri, who was highly criticized for his dialogues, achieved a very good number of views despite the criticism. Because, according to the statement, Erşan Kuneri became the most watched Turkish TV series on Netflix. This was a great proof that despite the criticism, the audience could not give up watching Cem Yılmaz.

It was wondered if the second season of Erşan Kuneri, which caused great controversy after its release, would not be negative. Cem Yılmaz made a humorous statement on his Twitter account; “Miracle! We are shooting Erşan Kuneri season 2 right next week. We are on the air on Tuesday,” he said.

After Cem Yılmaz’s humorous statement, hopes for the second season of the series increased. The good news came from the actor of the series, Uraz Kaygılaroğlu. Kaygılaroğlu announced that the second season of Erşan Kuneri would be filmed, in a statement to the press on the farewell night of the final series Üç Kuruş.

In his statement, Uraz Kaygılaroğlu said, “We will shoot the second season,” wrote Cem. He wrote to us that we will start on Tuesday. He also has a beautiful story, which he shared with us. We will probably be there next summer,” he said.

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