The Turkish series was previewed by Atresplayer Premium and will later air on Nova.

In September of last year Atresmedia confirmed the purchase of the Turkish series Mr. Wrong (Bay Yanlış), from Global Agency, for Spain.

And after more than a year, the series finally saw the light in Spain with a preview through Atresplayer Premium. Later it will air on Nova, the Atresmedia channel specialized in Turkish telenovelas and dramas.

With the local name El hombre equivocado, the series stars Can Yaman and Özge Gürel.

Directed by Deniz Yorulmazer and scripted by Aslı Zengin and Banu Zengin, this fiction is produced by Faruk Turgut and Gold Film, one of the main producers in Turkey.

The series marks the reunion of Can Yaman and Özge Gürel, who have already performed together in Dolunay. This time they are accompanied by Serkay Tütüncü, Cemre Gümeli, Fatma Toptaş, Sarp Can Köroğlu, Gürgen Öz, Ece İrtem and Taygun Sungar, among others.


Ezgi (Özge Gürel) keeps falling in love with the “wrong man.” A surprise party for her boyfriend ends in disaster when she sees him in the arms of her secret lover. As she deals with this disappointment of hers, her best friends, Deniz (Cemre Gümeli) and Cansu (Fatma Toptas), warn her of men who always betray her. Özgür (Can Yaman) also seems to be the ‘wrong man’. This wealthy bachelor is always the center of attention. He goes from adventure to adventure, without compromise.

Meanwhile, Ezgi’s life falls apart when she loses her job and her apartment… Despite their differences, Özgür and Ezgi have something in common: mothers worried about their future and a destiny that conspires to get them to know each other.

When they meet at Özgür’s restaurant, where the protagonist works with her best friend Ozan (Serkay Tütüncü), Ezgi is devastated: the young woman will see that Soner (Taygun Sungar), her ex, proposes marriage to what was until then his lover.

After meeting in an unexpected way, Ezgi will end up telling Özgür her worries and troubles. As their friendship flourishes and Ezgi successfully takes over her working life, Özgür, as a counselor, will help Ezgi try to win the heart of another man, Serdar (Sarp Can Köroglu), who could be her “perfect man”.

In turn, Özgür will ask Ezgi to pretend to be his new partner, to excite his mother and calm her nerves due to his habitual flight from long-term commitments and relationships. Not everything will turn out as expected: their game and secret pact are destined to bring Ezgi and Özgür closer and closer.