Barış Kılıç, who plays the character of Ömer in the TV series Kızılcık Şerbeti (Cranberry Sherbet), said that he was surprised that the time passed very quickly and that the series they had just started had arrived before the season finale.
The outstanding performance of the actors played a very important role in winning the first place in the Kızılcık Şerbeti series, which draws attention with its successful ratings and strong story on Friday evenings. Barış Kılıç is one of these names and he has a very influential position in the story along with Evrim Alasya.
Expressing that they were together as a team at the season finale dinner of the series, the actor made the evaluation of the season with the following words: “It has been very active for us. At the end of the day, we are happy with where we are. We put a lot of effort into this project, we worked hard together. In fact, we have come to the places we deserve. It was a tremendous feeling that a work like this was so embraced by the audience.”
The audience is very curious about what will happen in the season finale. According to Barış Kılıç, the series will leave the audience in a bad mood between the seasons. Because the season finale will be very tough.
Barış Kılıç stated that he understood that they would make a tough season finale after reading the script, and gave the following information:
“It’s a bit harsh, so when I read it, I said ‘can I be’. There are big surprises in the final. We will probably have finished shooting this week. The audience will see what happens.”
With these words of the famous actor, the season finale episode caused even more curiosity.
We understand from the words of Barış Kılıç that no one thinks that the Kızılcık Şerbeti series can put forward a performance that can exceed the double-digit ratings.
The famous actor said, “It received a very high rating above what we expected. No one may have anticipated that it would receive a rating above double digits when starting this business. But we knew we were starting a good job. For myself, it is a great pleasure that a job that I thought would reach a point when I first read it and that I felt was at least unfinished.”