The Kulüp (Club) series, which was shown on Netflix last year, has already made its name among the unforgettable. It is a matter of great curiosity whether there will be a second season of the series, which emerged as a result of a great effort and was very successful. The answer to this question came from the leading actress Gökçe Bahadır.
The Club series took a storm in Turkey when it was broadcast. The series, which is considered one of the best Turkish TV series ever shot, was among the unforgettable. It is a matter of great curiosity whether there will be a second season of the eight-episode series that has been engraved in the memory of the audience. A hopeful response came from Gökçe Bahadır regarding this question.
Gökçe Bahadır, who successfully gave life to the character of Matilda, who experienced great trauma in the TV series Club, told reporters that the second season of the TV series Club would most likely be. Thus, Gökçe Bahadır gave great news. However, it seems that there is no clear decision yet. Therefore, it remains a big question mark when the shootings will be made and when they will be broadcast.
The Club series, which was a hot topic in Turkey at the time it was broadcast and fascinated the audience both with its acting and with its decor and accessories, met with the audience on Netflix. In the statement made about a month ago, it was said that the second season of the Club would be shot and even that the shootings would take place in the summer months. However, there has been no progress on this yet.
The Club, starring Gökçe Bahadır, Salih Bademci, Fırat Tanış, Barış Arduç, Metin Akdülger and Asude Kalebek, created great excitement when it came to the screen with its first six-part episode. The Club series, which tells the story of the minorities living in Istanbul in the 1950s behind the story of Matilda and her daughter Rasel, has been accepted as one of the most successful period dramas ever shot.
The first part of the series consisted of six episodes. The remaining four episodes were released on Netflix about a month ago. 10 tailors worked for the series, in which 3,700 costumes were sewn. Gökçe Bahadır took Ladino language lessons and Salih Bademci took vocal lessons during this process.
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