FAQ About Turkish TV Series

Turkish TV Series
10 months ago | gizem

Are there Turkish TV series with political themes?

Yes, Turkish TV series often explore political themes, reflecting the complex political landscape and historical events in Turkey. These series can delve into various aspects of politics, including government, espionage, political intrigue, and social issues. Here are some Turkish TV series with political themes:

  • "Bir Zamanlar Çukurova" (Once Upon a Time in Çukurova): Set in the 1970s, this series portrays the political and social turmoil of the era, including land disputes, political movements, and personal struggles.
  • "Kurtlar Vadisi" (Valley of the Wolves): A long-running series known for its exploration of espionage, crime, and political conspiracies. It has touched on various political and social issues throughout its run.
  • "Muhteşem Yüzyıl" (Magnificent Century): While primarily a historical drama, this series features political intrigues within the Ottoman court and the power struggles among its characters.
  • "Gülbeyaz": This family drama includes political elements as it explores the lives of its characters, some of whom are involved in politics and government.
  • "Behzat Ç. Bir Ankara Polisiyesi" (Behzat Ç. A Detective Story in Ankara): This crime drama series follows a group of police detectives in Ankara as they investigate various criminal cases, often involving political corruption.
  • "Hatırla Gönül" (Remember Gönül): The series explores themes of political activism and the challenges faced by activists, particularly during the 1980 military coup in Turkey.
  • "Vatanim Sensin" (Wounded Love): Set during World War I, this historical drama incorporates political and military themes, including espionage and resistance against foreign occupation.
  • "Gülbeyaz" (1998): This series, while primarily a family drama, includes political storylines related to the characters' involvement in politics.
  • "Bir Umut Yeter" (One Hope is Enough): The series addresses political and social issues, including discrimination and prejudice, as it follows the life of a young man with Down syndrome and his family.
  • "Kara Yazı" (The Black Script): A political drama series that explores the inner workings of a political party and the challenges faced by its members.