Series News The TV series Bir Zamanlar Çukurova has achieved such great success in Italy that it is a great pride!

The TV series Bir Zamanlar Çukurova has achieved such great success in Italy that it is a great pride!


Produced by Tims&B Productions and produced by Timur Savcı and Burak Sağyaşar, ATV’s series Bir Zamanlar Çukurova (Once Upon a Time in Çukurova / Bitter Lands), which has been on the agenda for four seasons, continues to take Italy by storm.

Bir Zamanlar Çukurova Çukurova, which was broadcast under the name ‘Terra Amara’ on Access Time and Canale 5 channels, both in the daytime and in prime time, turned into a phenomenon that captivated the whole country and had millions of fans during the days it was broadcast.

Bir Zamanlar Çukurova Surpassed the Pope Special Broadcast!

‘Bir Zamanlar Çukurova’ is breaking new records on Italian screens. The prime-time broadcast of the series on Sunday, January 14 was a great success, receiving more ratings than a TV program in which Pope Francis appeared as a special guest.

The series, which captivated 2.8 million viewers with a 15% viewing share, also surpassed Italy’s cult detective series Commissioner Montalbano, which was broadcast on the same day. The series’ broadcast on Sunday, January 28, made its mark on prime time again with 3.1 million viewers and a 17.14% viewing share, maintaining its top spot.

On the other hand, Bir Zamanlar Çukurova was also broadcast on the second evening of the week-long Sanremo Music Festival, one of the most important events in Italy, held in February.

The series reached 2.3 million viewers and a viewing share exceeding 10%, reducing the festival’s ratings compared to last year’s second day broadcast.

The Italian press stated that no television content had reached such a viewing share during the Sanremo Music Festival for many years, and made special headlines about the success of theBir Zamanlar Çukurova legend.

The visits of the actors of the series to Italy, which has become a national phenomenon with millions of fans rather than just a television series, are also making a name for themselves. Fans flock to the streets to see the players and greet them with great love and enthusiasm.

While fans of the series gather with their close family and friends on broadcast days to watch Terra Amara, when a favorite character in the series dies, they organize ceremonies and mourn as if they had lost a member of their own family.

The success of its adaptation called ‘Erotas Fugas’ continues unabated in Greece, and the international distribution of Bir Zamanlar Çukurova is carried out by Inter Media, and the number of countries the series has reached abroad has now exceeded 70.