The fact that the Star TV series Ömer, adapted from the Israeli series Shitsel, continues with successful ratings does not escape attention. The series, which aired on Monday, January 23, the third episode, again attracted the attention of millions. The rise in ratings across all audience categories tells us that the story is slowly drawing a large audience towards it.
The success of the Ömer project can be considered as a success story in the face of 3 TV series that created their own audience on Monday evenings, such as Alparslan, Yasak Elma (Forbidden Apple) and Bir Küçük Gün Işığı (A Litttle Sunshine). It must be said that Gökçe Bahadır and Selahattin Paşalı had a great share in this great success. Of course, the strong acting performance of Barış Falay and Merve Dizdar should not be forgotten.
Considering that the Show TV series named Sipahi will make its finale next week and that Kaan Yıldırım and Özge Gürel are in the lead roles, the good look of the Ömer series in the ratings gains even more meaning. It’s not easy to impress the audience and drag them along every week, but the Ömer project succeeds.
The series, which finished the day third in both AB and ABC1 groups with its third episode, seems to be far from the summit with the seventh place in the all-person category. In an environment where the Alparslan series is the first in all categories, the Yasak Elma series is also in a strong position.
The Ömer project is one step closer to the summit, with the TV series being the second most watched TV series, surpassing the Yasak Elma in both AB and ABC1 groups. Maybe it won’t be that easy to pass the Alparslan series, but don’t be surprised if you see that the Ömer series has started to win the first place weeks later.
This environment also explains the importance of the good ratings of the TV series Ömer. While its opponents are falling, Ömer’s way seems clear as a rising series.
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