The countdown has begun for the second part of the TV series Kulüp, which brought Salih Bademci to the top of his career. The second part of the series, which received full marks from everyone with its first episodes broadcast on Netflix, will be on Netflix on January 6th. While the second part of the series continues to mirror Turkey’s recent past, it will also bring up some painful events. The second part of the series will consist of four episodes.
The Kulüp, starring Gökçe Bahadır, Salih Bademci, Fırat Tanış, Barış Arduç, Metin Akdülger and Asude Kalebek, created great excitement when it came to the screen with its first six-part episode. The Kulüp series, which tells the story of the minorities living in Istanbul in the 1950s behind the story of Matilda and her daughter Raşel, has been accepted as one of the most successful period dramas ever shot.
The performance of Salih Bademci, the leading actor of the series, had created a big event in Turkey, so to speak. The performance of Salih Bademci, who played the singer Selim Songür, who chased his dreams and turned his back on his family for this cause, left the audience’s mouth open. Bademci reached the peak of his career with his performance at the Kulüp, and was awarded many awards.
In the last episode of the Kulüp series, Matilda’s pregnant daughter Raşel got on the ship and set off for Israel with Mordo, the evil Çelebi quit his job at the Kulüp, and the pressures against minorities in Istanbul began to increase.
The second part of The Kulüp will be on Netflix on January 6th. In the second part of the series, things will get more complicated on the front of Raşel and Matilda. The spiritual delusions that Selim Songür experienced while adding to his reputation will leave their mark. In the new episodes, the events of September 6-7, one of the bleeding wounds of Turkish history, will also be addressed.
In the attack against the Greek minority living in Istanbul on September 6-7, 1955, minority shops and workplaces in Beyoğlu were set on fire and looted. Dozens of people died in the incidents.