The Kızılcık Şerbeti (Cranberry Sherbet) series, broadcast on Friday evenings, is having a very successful season. Towards the end of the season, the team of the series got over their tiredness by eating together and having fun.
While the audience was very curious about what would happen in the season finale, the words of Ceren Karakoç, who played the character of Nursema, were also remarkable. The story will end in such a place that the audience will be very impatient while waiting for the summer break.
Ceren Karakoç became one of the most talked about actresses of the season with her successful role in this series. The actress, who went through a period in her career where he shined like the sun, stated that she was very good and that the season finale was approaching.
The actress said, “It was very nice for me. The lucky period of my life, the turning point is to play Nursema. It has been great for me as I got very good reactions.”
In the first season, the character of Nursema impressed millions of viewers with her story. Of course, Ceren Karakoç also made good use of the opportunity to showcase her talents while reflecting the spirit of this role to the audience.
Ceren Karakoç explained that she knew that the series would make a lot of noise from the very beginning and that it would be a very good job, and explained that they had a very enjoyable process with the whole team, the success of the script and the support of Show TV. The actress revealed her experiences with the series this season with the following words:
“I knew it would definitely make a splash, it would be a very good job. But then it turned out to be very enjoyable with your director, with the crew, with the cast, and of course with an incredible script and with the channel standing behind us all the time.”
The actress also spoke very assertively for the season finale. According to Ceren Karakoç’s words, the story will take a break at such a point that during the summer period, the audience will be very impatient while waiting.
Here are Ceren Karakoç’s words: “I think you will say, ‘Oh, how can we wait two months’.”