The Kanunsuz Topraklar series will meet with the fans of the series again on Wednesday, January 19, after a 3-week break. There will be important developments in the 13th episode to be published. The story of the series, starring Esra Bilgiç and Uğur Güneş, takes place in 1939.
The story that takes place in Turkey’s Zonguldak province, which is full of coal mines, tells both the miners’ struggle for rights and a great love.
The series, which gained acclaim with the strong harmony of the two leading actors, also draws attention with its atmosphere and the course of the story. The series could not meet with the audience for three weeks due to the break given to the set due to the 3 actors catching the coronavirus. Now there is great excitement for the new episode. So what will you watch in the 13th new episode? Here are all the details:
Yavuz is face to face with death. It’s only a matter of time before David pulls the trigger. Although Lieutenant Sezai tries to dissuade Davut, David is determined. Gülfem, Behice and Fikriye are trying to learn the fate of Davut and Yavuz in an indescribable fear. With the news, the three sisters end up at the police station. But here, a bigger shock awaits Gülfem. She encounters a David who is wreaking havoc. The doubts that had been growing inside her for a long time begin to be sealed.
Gulfem asks David to account. Even before the fire of this fight goes out, Ali Gelik steps in, implying that Bahar and Davut are together. But Gulfem won’t believe it until she sees it with her own eyes. While all this is going on, Ana Fatma finds a photograph at home with French notes on it. According to the note, Celal left the house. A similar note to Mother Fatma reaches Gülfem.
In this note, Fikriye also writes that she escaped with Celal and will not return to the mansion. Everyone is horrified. The French do not give up on the mining district or Paşazade Madencilik, and the situation is getting more serious from moment to moment. And unfortunately, the country will lose another child because of the ‘Motherland Issue’…