Series News Good and bad news for the Yalı Çapkını series are coming one after another at the same time!

Good and bad news for the Yalı Çapkını series are coming one after another at the same time!


Although the Yalı Çapkını (Golden Boy) series was a very successful project, the result of ignoring the script criticism that the audience had been making for weeks showed itself in the ratings.

Those who see the results of the 41st episode, which aired on Friday, October 13, realize that disaster is approaching. There was a serious loss of the series’ loyal audience.

Because the viewers are not satisfied with the second season script. There are many people who think that the new script team has entered into a change without paying attention to the situations of the characters in the first season and that this has spoiled the magic of the story.

That’s why criticism about the script has been going on for weeks, and now this situation has revealed itself with a serious drop in ratings.

While it is eagerly awaited to see how the Yalı Çapkını series team will recover the situation regarding the scenario, it should also be noted that this decline may continue.

Criticisms about the series’ story and the sudden and devastating drop in ratings brought about great morale. But there is also good news coming.

The Yalı Çapkını series, starring Afra Saraçoğlu and Mert Ramazan Demir, started to show itself as a rapidly spreading project around the world.

It was a proud development for the team when it was revealed that the series, whose international sales were very good, would also be broadcast in new countries.

The Yalı Çapkını series, which started to spread to African countries; It was revealed that it will be broadcast in Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Ghana, Uganda, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The Yalı Çapkını series, which is broadcast in more than 40 countries including Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, is one of the Turkish productions that has made its name known abroad recently.

The issue that the series was sold abroad for around 600 thousand dollars per episode had previously been on the agenda in the press.

New ones are being added to the international successes of the Yalı Çapkını series, whose ratings have decreased and criticism about its story has increased.