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The new decision in Aşk Mantık İntikam series changed everything!

Aşk Mantık İntikam, the popular TV series on Friday nights, drifted towards a very different point in September. The series, in which Burcu Özberk and İlhan Şen took the lead roles, received the best series award in the “romantic comedy” category. The leading actors were also awarded as the best actors in the romantic comedy category.

However, everyone can see that the series is now coming to an end as a romantic comedy and it is drifting towards a point between drama and horror. What happened between Esra and Çağla made the series look like a horror movie… The reason for this big change in the series is that the winter season has started.

In order to compete with very effective TV series on Friday evenings, the screenwriters decided for a new period. In accordance with this decision, the story was turned towards drama… Now, romance and comedy issues were pushed into the background. This tactic is thought to work because the ratings are also good.

Some fans of Aşk Mantık İntikam series share comments stating that they miss the fun story when it first started. But some viewers are happy with the new situation. The trend of the series towards drama has increased the interest of many people even more.

We can say that the drama period started by the screenwriters of Aşk Mantık İntikam has taken hold and the series is trying to maintain its ratings in this way. The conflict between Esra and Çağla drags the series.

The deepening of the relationship between Ozan and Esra pleases the audience. The good compatibility of İlhan Şen and Burcu Özberk also keeps the interest in the series high.

The viewers are also eagerly awaiting what will happen in the 16th new episode, which will be broadcast on Friday, October 8th. The viewers, who were especially afraid of the possibility of Esra losing her memory, advised the scriptwriter not to write such a scene.

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