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The Most Watched Turkish TV Series in 2022 Was ‘The Kingfisher(Yali Capkini)’

The Kingfisher, the TV series of Star TV that left its mark on Friday evenings with both its actors and its story, can’t get enough of success. The Kingfisher became the most watched TV series of 2022 on Total and ABC1.

Starring Afra Saracoglu and Mert Ramazan Demir, ‘The Kingfisher’ continues to appear before the audience on Star TV on Friday evenings. The series, which is very popular with both its story and its cast, makes a name for itself with its ratings.


The Kingfisher series, inspired by the story of Gulseren Budayicioglu, achieved a new success.


According to TIAK’s data, “The Kingfisher” received an average of 11.83 ratings and 28.47 shares in Total in the “2022 Most Watched Top 20 TV Series” category, while in ABC1 it received an average of 11 ratings and 25.46 shares, ranking the highest in the rating. took the top spot.

The Kingfisher, which is about the events that developed when Halis Aga, the pillar of the Korhan Family from Gaziantep, decided to marry his grandson Ferit, reached a large fan base on social media as well as his great success in the ratings.


The series, which continues to be talked about with each new episode published, became one of the most remarkable productions of 2022.

In the series directed by Burcu Alptekin and written by Mehmet Baris Gunger; Names such as Serif Sezer, Gulcin Santircioglu, Emre Altug, Gozde Kansu, Ersin Arıici, Beril Pozam, Dogukan Polat, Irem Altug, Oznur Serceler, Hulya Duyar, Diren Polatogulları, Sezin Bozaci, Yigit Tuncay, Buce Buse Kahraman, Selen Ozbayrak, Umut Gezer is located.

Ece Nagihan

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