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7 Turkish TV Shows That You Can Binge-Watch This Weekend

Salva Mubarak
Senior Features Writer

Thanks to the boundless reach of the Internet, we’re now living in an age where we can access content from different parts of the world. Shows in languages like Korean, Thai, or even Arabic, have made a special place in our hearts over the years and now it’s time to give Turkish dramas a chance.

The popularity of Turkish TV shows grew exponentially during the pandemic and shows like Dirilis: Ertugrul became household names in India with celebrities like Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in its fan club.

Best Turkish TV Shows To Watch Online

From gripping thrillers to heartwarming romances, these TV shows cover a variety of genres and there’s something for everyone. So without further ado, take a look at our list of some of the most entertaining Turkish TV shows you can watch online now…

Price of Passion (2017)

If you grew up reading Mills and Boons novels (or fan fiction on Archive of Our Own. No judgements!), you’d love this romantic drama. The show follows a doctor, who has dedicated her life to saving the lives of others, and a mafia leader, who will go to any lengths to survive. A fateful encounter puts them in each other’s paths and the rest is what any classic romance novel is made of.

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Love Is In The Air (2020)

This romantic comedy follows a woman who only wants to fulfil her dreams of becoming a landscape designer. Instead, she finds herself flying to Italy as the fake fiancée of a cold but handsome architect who could help her achieve her dreams of becoming an architect on her own. How did this happen? You’ll just have to watch the show to know!

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Daydreamer (2018)

When Sanem lands a dream job at a leading advertising agency, she didn’t realise her job would involve copywriting with a side of romantic drama. Her new boss Can is a famous photographer who has been forced to return to Istanbul to take over the reins from his father. In between office politics and family drama, can love flourish? If you’re a true blue romance fan, you know the answer to that question!

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The Gift (2019)

This Netflix original is a sweeping fantasy adventure about a woman who goes on a strange journey to uncover secrets of her past. An adaptation of a novel by Şengül Boybaş, the story follows a young artist from Istanbul who finds out that the mysterious symbol she has been painting since she was a young girl has been discovered at an Anatolian archaeological site.

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Love Me As I Am (2013)

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Fans of Bollywood movies will find themselves right at home with this one. The story is one that we’re all familiar with as it’s about a rich boy who meets a poor girl and they fall in love and get married. But the show looks beyond their ‘Happy Ever After’ and follows what happens when their love has to go up against challenges like their families’ disapproval and their own economic disparities.

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Black Money Love (2014)

One of the most popular Turkish series around the world, this romantic drama has tonnes of action and mystery to keep you hooked. It follows an organised crime branch officer from Eastern Turkey and a jewellery designer from Italy whose paths cross when they both witness a life-changing incident in Istanbul.

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46 Yok Olan (2016)

This psychological thriller melds elements of fantasy and mystery together for a show that will keep you on the edge of your seats. It follows a genetics professor who experiments with a treatment that involves scientific and shamanic cures to treat his comatose sister. The experiment works but with a shocking side effect.

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