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12 August 2022 13:05


The first Turkish TV series adapted for Spain, Fatmagül’ün Suçu ne, starts with the name Alba!

Alba, the Spanish version of the TV series Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne (meaning: What’s Fatmagul’s Crime), which reached huge viewing figures in the period it was broadcast in Turkey and brought about many discussions, will be screened in the country tomorrow. The series is the first Turkish TV series to be adapted for Spain.

Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne, starring Beren Saat and Engin Akyürek, was adapted from the novel of the same name by master writer Vedat Türkali. The script of the series, directed by Hilal Saral, was written by Ece Yörenç and Melek Gençoğlu. The series created great controversy when it was broadcast.

The series has been adapted for Spain this time. The first episode of the series, adapted under the name Alba, will meet with the audience tonight on Antena 3. Filmed in 13 episodes of 50 minutes, Alba will conquer Spanish audiences. Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne, thus became the first Turkish TV series adapted for Spain.

The series told the story of Fatmagül, who was raped by four men and forced to marry one of the rapists, and Kerim, who was forced to marry her. The cast of the series consisted of master names such as Beren Saat and Engin Akyürek, as well as Sumru Yavrucuk, Musa Uzunlar, Civan Canova, Murat Daltaban, Deniz Türkali.

Fırat Çelik, Kaan Taşaner, Buğra Gülsoy and Engin Öztürk, who were still at the beginning of their careers at that time, also made a big breakthrough thanks to this series. Consisting of two seasons, the series said goodbye to the screens with its 80th episode released on June 21, 2012.

The series, shot by Ay Yapım, has been shown in more than 40 countries to date.

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