Artists News Soon, the new discussion topic will be Kızıl Goncalar, the TV series of Özcan Deniz and Özgü Namal!

Soon, the new discussion topic will be Kızıl Goncalar, the TV series of Özcan Deniz and Özgü Namal!


Faruk Turgut, owner of Gold Film, producer of the Kızılcık Şerbeti (Cranberry Sherbet) series, is on the agenda again with a new TV series project.

The new TV series, Kızıl Goncalar (Red Buds), comes with a story that reveals a sharp distinction between secular and conservative lifestyles in Turkey.

The series, which enabled Özgü Namal to return to the sets after many years, is expected to add new ones to the discussions about the conservative and secular lifestyle that started with Kızılcık Şerbeti.

Özgü Namal plays a woman named Meryem, who grew up in a conservative family environment in Eastern Anatolia and continues her life by cleaning the house.

Özcan Deniz, on the other hand, will appear before the audience as Doctor Levent, who grew up in a secular and secular family. With the coming together of these two people with different worlds, the story will be revealed as a reality of Turkey.

Faruk Turgut revealed that this project will not fall off the agenda in the new season, with the statements he made in the broadcast on the YouTube environment about the Kızıl Goncalar series.

The famous producer told the following about the new series: “We are planning to go to the set on the 10th of October if there is no negativity. Our series will be broadcast on Fox TV and we will most likely meet with the audience in the first or second week of November.

I don’t know if the trend from last year will continue this year on TV. Red Buds will actually again be a Kızılcık Şerbeti type of business. We are making a TV series that mirrors the sociology of Turkey, especially about two girls aged 14-15, living in different cultures and how they came to be.

Özcan Deniz is in a different group here, on the more secular and secular side. Özgü Namal is on the other side. The two of them have a common point, it will be a work that questions the sociology of Turkey, that people are curious about, interesting structures are questioned, and we bring serious criticism to these structures.

Again, I think that it will be as effective as Kızılcık Şerbeti and will make a lot of noise, sit on the agenda of the country and create a serious discussion. I hope that it will be a work that will attract serious attention, make a difference, and make people discuss the subject, both sociologically and psychologically, and the depth of the characters we create.”