Series News Mert Ramazan Demir good news for those who are eagerly waiting for the Yalı Çapkını series!

Mert Ramazan Demir good news for those who are eagerly waiting for the Yalı Çapkını series!


Yalı Çapkını (The Golden Boy) series, which made a very successful debut on Star TV this season, managed to impress millions of viewers with the strong harmony of its two leading actors, Afra Saraçoğlu and Mert Ramazan Demir. The series, which has a strong story and is talked about with its acting performances, proved its success by getting the best ratings of the season.

Since the beginning of the Yalı Çapkını series, every episode has attracted millions of viewers and this process is expected to continue until the end of the season. Due to the great earthquake disaster in Kahramanmaraş, the Yalı Çapkını has not been on the screen with its new episode for 2 weeks, as are the series on all television channels.

After the earthquake, all series sets were also suspended. For this reason, it seems that the process of shooting new episodes and coming to the screen will take some time. In this process, when the wounds of the earthquake are still fresh, television channels are slowly taking steps to switch to the normal broadcasting process.

Many TV series fans are asking when the Yalı Çapkını series will start. Mert Ramazan Demir, who plays the character of Ferit, said that they came together on the set of the series a few days ago and started shooting.

The actor, who was seen by cameras in Arnavutköy in the evening, stated that they left the set and started working on the new episodes of the series.

Reminding the earthquake disaster by saying, “Thank you, there is nothing to say,” the actor said, “Our set has started, we continue for two or three days.”

The fans of the Yalı Çapkını series also expected new episodes to come to the screen in the near future, with this message from the leading actor.

Considering the broadcast stream of Star TV, it should be noted that the new episode of the Yalı Çapkını series has not yet appeared for Friday, February 24.