The Turkish series continues to conquer territories, with its arrival now in Hungary and Vietnam.
Turkish drama Woman, distributed internationally by Calinos Entertainment, continues to add screens around the world with its arrival now in Hungary and Vietnam.
The Turkish distributor announced on Wednesday two new agreements for the series, in addition to those already closed in countries such as Argentina, Chile, Spain, Puerto Rico, Colombia or Uruguay.
In Hungary, the series was acquired by RTL Klub, which will broadcast it from Monday to Friday in the afternoon, at 3:55 p.m.
In Vietnam, meanwhile, it was acquired by VTV, which will premiere it on August 15. The same channel also acquired Forbidden Fruit, also from Calinos.
Produced by Med Yapım and MF Yapım for Fox Turkey, Woman is the Turkish adaptation of the Japanese drama Woman: My Life for My Children.
The series focuses on Bahar’s story of self-improvement, love, solidarity and secrets (Özge Özpirinçci). The protagonist’s fight to support her family after the death of her husband will have the help of other female fighters who will appear on her way.