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Hercai kept it in the series, but Akın Akınözü did not succeed this time!

The famous actor Akın Akınözü managed to win hearts with the character of Miran in the TV series Hercai.

Akın Akınözü, who has fans in many countries of the world, continues to appear on the screen with a new character in his new series, Kaderimin Oyunu, with their support. The character of Cemal has many faults and the actor shows an acting that will convince the audience accordingly.

Akın Akınözü, who starred with Öykü Karayel and Sarp Apak in the series broadcast on Star TV, excited his fans before the start of the series.

The actor, who had a good preparation process for the new role and a new exam, also showed that he could get rid of the character of Miran in the first episodes of the series “Kaderimin Oyunu”. However, the story was not as effective as expected…

The audience’s interest in the first episodes of Kaderimin Oyunu was so high that this caused the leading actors to be talked about a lot. But that interest waned as the series progressed and the story continued to flow.

The 11th episode of the series “Kaderemin Oyunu” was broadcast on Friday, March 4, and the ratings were below the average. This gives the message that audience interest in the series continues to decline.

Akın Akınözü is not talked about on social media as much as in the Hercai period. The character of Cemal did not receive as much response from the audience as Miran. Although the actor took a new step towards his career in his new series, he could not create an opportunity to become even more popular and multiply his fans.

The Kaderimin Oyunu series will continue to come to the screen on Friday, March 11, with its 12th new episode in which the drama will increase. It is known that Star TV has agreed with the producer for the second season. However, if the ratings of the series drop further, it is necessary to consider that there may be a problem.

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