Popular Turkish Netflix Series Adapted to South Africa

Popular Turkish Netflix Series Adapted to South Africa

Netflix continues to adapt Turkish productions to different countries. Here is the domestic series that started its adventure in Turkey and adapted for South Africa!

Netflix continues to bring stories from Turkey to audiences from all over the world. Launched in 2021, Fatma is the second project of Turkish creators adapted in a different country.

Adapted for South Africa, Fatma (Fikir Film), starring Burcu Biricik, creatively produced by Özgür Önurme, and produced by Başak Abacıgil Sözeri, continues its journey that started in Turkey by being reshaped. Özgür Önurme, the creator of Fatma, expressed that he is excited and happy that his story has crossed borders and touched people in different countries.

Önurme, who thinks that many women in the world are invisible like Fatma regardless of class, stated that she found it valuable that Fatma was adapted as Invisible with a different spirit. It’s about the unseen, cleaning lady, Zenzi Mwale, desperately searching for her husband, who is released from prison. Adapted by Travis Taute and Daryne Joshua, Unseen was written by Sean Drummond, Meesha Aboo and Tristram Atkins. Consisting of six episodes, Unseen is directed by Travis Taute, Rolisizwe Nikiwe and Twiggy Matiwana.

Popular Turkish Netflix Series

About Unseen

Tracing her husband’s disappearance, Zenzi finds herself in a dangerous and destructive process woven with sinful characters who want to use their treacherous plans.

Mabalane gives an outstanding performance in portraying Zenzi, who is increasingly desperate but unwavering. In the series full of successful names, Mabalane is accompanied by Vuyo Dabula, Ilse Klink, Rapulana Seiphemo, Dineo Langa, Brendon Daniels, Abduragman Adams, Shimmy Isaacs and Mothusi Magano.

Popular Turkish Netflix Series Adapted to South Africa

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