Series News The great success of screenwriter Sema Ergenekon in the TV series Yargı sets an example for her colleagues!

The great success of screenwriter Sema Ergenekon in the TV series Yargı sets an example for her colleagues!


Yargı (The Judgment) series made a great start to the third season on Sunday evening with its 64th episode. The series, which deeply impressed the audience with its story full of surprises, also dazzled by winning first place with its ratings.

Of course, the biggest share in this great success was credited to screenwriter Sema Ergenekon. The leading actors of the series also frequently express this situation. Both Pınar Deniz and Kaan Urgancıoğlu cannot find words to describe how effective the script they read was.

Pınar Deniz felt the need to express with a humorous message on her social media account that Sema Ergenekon’s intelligence lies behind her success:

“I am complaining, judge. As if it wasn’t enough that she writes better every season, she writes scenes that make you wonder, “How am I going to play this?” every time. An ache in my heart, a burden on my shoulders. You can’t write a 3rd season like this. Best regards, Sema Ergenekon.”

While these words of Pınar Deniz are echoed on social media, Kaan Urgancıoğlu continues to blow the minds of his fans with his magnificent character, Prosecutor Ilgaz.

Kaan Urgancıoğlu also cannot stop saying how effective scenes scriptwriter Sema Ergenekon wrote.

The famous actor said, “We liked the script very much. Sema is like a bomb, she surprised us at first. Thank you for Sema Ergenekon’s writing. She wrote an amazing season. But there is the third part, ugh…” he said.

Kaan Urgancıoğlu expressed with these words how effective the 66th episode will be. It should also be said that after the 65th episode, which will be broadcast on October 1, the audience will wait with great curiosity for the third episode of the season on October 8.

In the Turkish TV series industry, the stories generally weaken after the first season and the number of series that reach the third season is very few. However, the Yargı series breaks this negativity with its completely different story power every season, and screenwriter Sema Ergenekon sets a good example for her colleagues.