Series News Good news for those who are waiting for Birce Akalay’s Kuş Uçuşu series!

Good news for those who are waiting for Birce Akalay’s Kuş Uçuşu series!


Birce Akalay explained that the shooting of the Kuş Uçuşu (Bird Flight) series, which has been going on for more than two months, is progressing towards the completion point.

The great success of the first season, with its release in June 2022, enabled the project to receive approvals for the second and third seasons. Along with Birce Akalay, İbrahim Çelikkol and Miray Daner are in the lead roles in the series.

The team started working on the set the previous month and the second season of the Kuş Uçuşu series continued intensively. Birce Akalay said, “The shootings are going well. We’re nearing the end of season two. It’s a little tiring,” she said.

After the second season of the series ends, the team will take a greenhouse break and then go to the set for the third season. Birce Akalay will take a short break after the shooting of the third season of Kuş Uçuşu and then she will be on the set for the new season of the TV series Mezarlık (Cemetery).

Birce Akalay, who explained that they expect similar results for the second season after the very good reactions to the first season of the Kuş Uçuşu series, said, “The audience likes it, and it honors us.”

Birce Akalay, who said that she watched and liked the Şahmaran series, which met with the audience on the Netflix platform on January 20, drew attention by supporting the Şahmaran project against the bombardment of criticism towards the series.

Birce Akalay said, “Likeness is very relative, which binds people to themselves. Some like it, some don’t. I am always against harsh criticism. There is a work and a story there,” she said.

Birce Akalay, who also supported the Şahmaran series with these words, stated that she was influenced and loved by the story.

Explaining that he knew the story of Şahmaran, the actress also emphasized that everyone’s reaction connected her.

The actress once again expressed that she wanted to revive the story of Sabiha Gökçen, the first Turkish female pilot, whom she thought was unlikely to be filmed.