Kanal D series called Veda Mektubu (Farewell Letter) is broadcast on Monday evenings and does not fall off the agenda with its successful acting performances as well as its story. In the series, ambitious names such as Nurgül Yeşilçay, Selim Bayraktar and Bennu Yıldırımlar are together. Young stars Rabia Soytürk and Emre Kıvılcım maintain an impressive partnership and the young couple has a great influence on the series’ impact on a large audience.
The fact that the characters of Aslı and Mehmet are one of the most popular TV series couples shows that the story of the Veda Mektubu series actually works. However, like all television channels, the ratings for Kanal D are at a decisive point. The ratings are indispensable for the continuation of the series. However, although close to the average rates were achieved, the Veda Mektubu project could not reach the desired high rates.
As a result of the intense efforts of the team of the series, it will be possible for the project to stay on the screen for a while, with the broadcaster Kanal D agreeing to show patience for up to 20 episodes. Of course, if the viewing rates change and good ratings are achieved, Kanal D has a goal of carrying the series to the second season. However, achieving this is not an easy goal in the summer period when the interest of the audience decreases.
Considering that the 15th episode will be broadcast on Monday evening, it should be noted that Kanal D has given a lot of opportunities to the Veda Mektubu series and it is planned to broadcast 6 more episodes.
While there is a pleasing development for the fans of the Veda Mektubu series, many fans of the Fox TV series, Gülcemal, who are in a similar situation, make a production evaluation that does not deserve to be the finale.
There were allegations that the series, starring Melis Sezen and Murat Ünalmış, could end in the 10th episode. However, new developments point to the decision to extend it so that it remains at least as a one-season project until the 13th episode.
There may be some who think that if Fox TV had finished the series in the 13th episode, it gave enough opportunities. However, in an environment where Kanal D forced all the conditions for the Veda Mektubu series, which is in a similar situation, many TV series fans welcome Fox TV’s keeping the Gülcemal series on the screen during the summer months. It is not known whether the channel officials will do such a thing, but the fact that the Gülcemal project is impressive as a story, as well as attracting strong attention abroad, should also be taken into account.
On the one hand, Veda Mektubu which is expected to continue up to 20 episodes, and on the other hand, the Gülcemal series, which has similar ratings problems but the audience never wants it to end, is likely to remain as a 13-episode project.
The last words may not have been said yet, but both Gülcemal and Veda Mektubu have already written their names in the hearts of the audience as productions that do not deserve to make the final.