FAQ About Turkish TV Series

Turkish TV Series
10 months ago | gizem

Are there any Turkish TV series adapted into foreign remakes?

Yes, several Turkish TV series have been adapted into foreign remakes in various countries, reflecting the global appeal and influence of Turkish television. These adaptations often retain the core storylines and themes while adapting them to the cultural context of the target audience. Here are a few examples of Turkish TV series that have been remade in other countries:

  • "Kara Para Aşk" (Black Money Love): This Turkish TV series, which combines elements of romance, drama, and crime, was remade in several countries, including Greece, Pakistan, and India. The Greek version, "Anteros Eros," gained popularity in Greece.
  • "Kuzey & Güney" (North & South): A Turkish drama series that explores the lives of two brothers with contrasting personalities. It was adapted in India as "Kuzey Guney," with a focus on the Indian context.
  • "Paramparça" (Broken Pieces): This family drama, which touches on themes of family dynamics and class differences, was adapted in India as "Dil Se Dil Tak."
  • "Gümüş" (Noor): "Gümüş," a Turkish romantic drama, was remade in various countries, including Pakistan and India. The Pakistani version, titled "Noor," became popular among viewers.
  • "Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?" (What is Fatmagül's Fault?): This socially relevant drama, addressing issues of rape and justice, was remade in India as "Kya Qusoor Hai Amala Ka?" The Indian adaptation retained the core storyline while adapting it to an Indian setting.
  • "Elif:" A popular Turkish drama series, "Elif" has been adapted in several countries, including India and Indonesia, under the same name. The Indian version, in particular, garnered a significant viewership.
  • "Aşk-ı Memnu" (Forbidden Love): This classic Turkish drama, based on a Turkish novel of the same name, has inspired adaptations in several countries, including Greece, Iran, and India.