The Kızılcık Şerbeti (Cranberry Sherbet) series is getting ready to say goodbye to the season after a very successful process. Kızılcık Şerbeti, which reached double-digit ratings in its first season, ranked first in succession and brought millions to the screen with its story, also made Sıla Türkoğlu’s mark on the agenda.
Playing the character of Doğa in the Kızılcık Şerbeti series, the actress appeared in front of millions with Kızılcık Şerbeti after shining in the TV series Emanet. Sıla Türkoğlu, who was admired for her acting performance and received great support from her fans on social media, is happy to be in a very good job.
Sıla Türkoğlu, who met with her teammates at a dinner before the season’s farewell, said, “We would either do a good job in our work or we would be criticized. I think we do both in equal amounts,” she said, drawing attention to herself again.
Sıla Türkoğlu, who did not want to talk about the season finale and was afraid to give spoilers, explained that a very different season finale awaits the audience.
Sıla Türkoğlu told the following about the season finale: “It will be a season finale where the audience will get cold and as far as I know from most comments, they will get some of the things they have been waiting for.”
With these words, the actress also gave an important tip, stating that some viewers made their predictions about what could happen on social media and that there would be events that would make everyone feel cold.
While the young actress explained that it would be a beautiful season finale, she said that the secret of the project’s success was the combination of some important factors.
Mentioning that the script is very good, the actress said, “Both our script is very good and our cast is people who get along very well with each other. We get along well, this is reflected on the screen,” she said.
Explaining that they have aspects similar to Doğa’s character, Türkoğlu emphasized that not being unfair is a common feature. The actress said, “Sıla is like that, and I try to stand against injustice as much as I can.”