Good news for those who missed the popular TV series Benim Adım Melek!
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2 December 2022 06:36

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Good news for those who missed the popular TV series Benim Adım Melek!

There is good news for those who missed the series Benim Adım Melek, which was shot by Üs Yapım for TRT 1 and made its finale at the end of last season. The series is on the screen again with repeat episodes.

The leading roles of the TV series, Benim Adım Melek, which was broadcast on TRT 1 screens and which gave the audience emotional moments with its impressive story and strong cast, were played by Nehir Erdoğan and Kutsi. The series also featured actors such as Şerif Sezer, Mustafa Mert Koç, Ulvi Kahyaoğlu, Hande Özdikici, Zeyno Eracar.

The TV series, Benim Adım Melek, which aired 66 episodes in two seasons, locked the audience on the screen every week, especially with its emotional scenes. The TV series Benim Adım Melek, directed by Cem Akyoldaş and written by Nilüfer Özçelik and Berfu Ergenekon, ended last May.

The series, Benim Adım Melek, which had great success in the period it was broadcast, is now on the screen again with its episodes for those who missed it. The reruns of Benim Adım Melek start to meet with the audience on TRT 1 at 12:05 every weekday.

Explaining that motherhood is not giving up despite all the difficulties, but clinging to life for your children, on the contrary, the series of Benim Adım Melek draws attention to a mother’s struggle to survive and her struggle for life with her three children.

While Melek is returning to her father’s home with her three children due to her experiences, on the one hand she struggles with the maverick and rebelliousness of her daughter Defne, on the one hand, and on the other hand, she deals with what happened to her because of her son Kerem’s love for football and his belligerent attitudes. His young son, Seyit Ali, who is happy in every situation, always manages to be a source of joy for his mother.

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