“Yeşilçam” continues admirably to educate viewers on the key social, historical, and political issues affecting Turkey in the 1960s, whose unresolved legacies still linger in the country today. It also continues to stir the debate around taboo subjects that are only rarely discussed on Turkish television. Last but not least, “Yeşilçam” keeps on putting a big smile on our faces by alternating drama with very clever humor … continue reading on Dizilah–> .
“Yeşilçam” is currently available with English subtitles for a reasonable subscription fee at BluTV. Season 1 has 10 episodes of more or less one hour each. Season two of “Yeşilçam” starts” on becoming available on 28 October 2021.
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