Series News Wrong decision for the Çöp Adam series! Elçin Sangu and Engin Altan Düzyatan warned their fans!

Wrong decision for the Çöp Adam series! Elçin Sangu and Engin Altan Düzyatan warned their fans!


Star TV series called Çöp Adam (Stickman) had a bad start to its second season. The Çöp Adam series, which attracted great attention in its first season and managed to attract viewers to the screen, went through a difficult process due to the loss of viewers towards the end of the season. However, Star TV and the production company’s determination to continue pleased many series fans.

However, right in this process, fans of Engin Altan Düzyatan and Elçin Sangu shared warnings saying that it was not possible for the Çöp Adam series to progress in terms of story in the second season and that the series should end with a beautiful finale. Exactly as stated in these warnings, in the second season of the Çöp Adam series, there was a confrontation with the fact that the story would no longer attract as much attention as before.

The emotional second season story of the Çöp Adam series, based on the lost baby of the characters Peri and Tamer, was not enough even for the loyal audience of the series. The fact remains that Turkish TV series fans abroad support the Çöp Adam series more intensely, but domestic viewers are now turning their eyes to other projects.

The rating results of the Çöp Adam series, which meets the audience on Star TV on Wednesday evenings, were so low that everyone was astonished. Because such a bad result was not expected.

According to the claims in the press for the series, it is possible that it will end in the 30th episode. The rating results are expected to be decisive in the last two episodes of the series, which has aired 28 episodes so far.

However, there is another known fact that the Çöp Adam series, which cannot satisfy its audience as a story, cannot make a big leap in ratings in its current state. Because many viewers wrote about this situation at the end of the last season and warned that the series should be finished with pleasure. Now it has become clear how justified these warnings were.