Fox TV’s new season series Mahkum (meaning: Prisoner), signed by MF Production, brought action to Thursday evenings. Onur Tuna and İsmail Hacıoğlu in the lead roles of Mahkum, the channel’s best debut series, do not go unnoticed by the fans with their magnificent performances and acting.
Of course, in this success, the supporting actors should not be deceived. All the characters are on their way to becoming separate phenomena. Among these characters, we can count the character of lawyer Cemre Uysal, played by Seray Kaya, Sasha, played by Hayal Köseoğlu, and the character of Hacı Alagöz, brought to life by Hakan Karsak, whose performance in the last episodes was also popular on social media and whose lines were “caps”.
There will be a separation in the series produced by Asena Bülbüloğlu and written by Uğraş Güneş. Seray Kaya, who plays Lawyer Cemre, who helped Prosecutor Fırat Bulut in the series and tried to save him from the murder charge, will bid farewell to the project because her story in the script is over. It has been learned that Seray Kaya, whose scenes are currently ongoing, will leave the series in two weeks.
After the news of the separation was learned, comments on the subject came one after another on social media. Seray Kaya played for 49 episodes of Kocamın Ailesi (meaning: My Husband’s Family), which was published in 2015, and it was spoken in the backstage that Miray character, whom she portrayed due to conflicts and quarrels on the set, was sacrificed and left the series.
The commentators of the series, who drew attention to this situation, said, “Is the reason for Seray Kaya’s separation really a story? I am not sure. There was a magazine shoot with Onur Tuna just last week.” concurs in his comment.
Seray Kaya portrayed a naive character in the TV series Mahkum, which marked Thursday evenings on Fox TV.
The actress, who first stepped on the sets with the character of Miray, which she portrayed in the TV series Kocamın Ailesi, in 2014, made her biggest debut with the character of Şirin, a psychopath and selfish character she portrayed in the TV series Kadın (meaning: Woman).