The second season of Yargı series is on the horizon! Here is the first frame from the scenario that will blow the storm again!
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30 September 2022 06:06

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The second season of Yargı series is on the horizon! Here is the first frame from the scenario that will blow the storm again!

Kanal D series Yargı (Judgment), which took the screen by storm last season, is counting the days to start shooting the second season. A post by Erdi Işık from Ay Yapım increased the curiosity for the second season of Yargı.

The season finale of the series, starring Pınar Deniz and Kaan Urgancıoğlu, shook everyone. A few episodes ago, the images, which were given briefly with the note ‘6 months later’, shocked the audience with the last few minutes of scenes in the season finale and increased the curiosity for the 2nd season.

The team will be on the set very soon for the second season of Yargı. The most gripping series of recent years, Yargı will storm the screen again. While the story of the series in the new season and the new actors to join were awaited with great excitement, the sharing of Erdi Işık, who works as the Drama Development Manager at Ay Yapım, on his social media account increased the excitement of the fans of the series.

Erdi Işık shared a photo frame from the script of the first episode of the second season of Yargı on his Twitter account and wrote: “You did it again @semaergenekonn! What a beautiful episode this is :)” In the comments made on this post, the viewers realized that there were scenes that would turn them around again.

While Ceylin and Ilgaz’ remarriage was watched with great excitement in the last episode of the season, it was seen that Ceylin killed a person 6 months later and Eren caught her and took her to Forensic Medicine and then to the Police Department. Ceylin, who is covered in blood, has tears in her eyes and her state of shock is surprised, but most of all, Eren’s “Why did you kill Ilgaz Kaya?” His words came as a shock.

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