Set in modern-day Istanbul, the filming of the Turkish crime drama TV series also took place in North Cyprus, Croatia, and England
After the nationwide success of “Sultan Suleiman: Kosem,” Deepto TV is set to launch another popular Turkish series ‘Ezel’ from November 13. The new show will take over the slot of “Sultan Suleiman: Kosem” as its season finale will be aired on November 12. “Ezel” will air on 7:30pm Saturday through Thursday.
Deepto TV made these announcements at a press conference at their headquarters on Sunday. The channel’s Chief Operating Officer Kazi Urfi Ahmad, Program Chief Fuad Chowdhury and other higher officials were present at the event.
The series depicts the story of Ömer Uçar, played by İsmail Filiz, a member of a lower middle-class family who was betrayed by his trusted friends and turns into a godfather to seek vengeance.
Set in modern-day Istanbul, the filming of the Turkish crime drama TV series also took place in North Cyprus, Croatia, and England. The series, a modern day adaptation of “The Count of Monte Cristo” has two seasons with a total of 71 episodes, each almost 90 minutes in length.