The drama distributed by Eccho Rights will become the second Turkish series to reach prime time on the Mediaset network and the fourth to air on one of the main networks in Spain.
In October of last year, Mediaset España announced the acquisition of the Turkish drama My Home, My Destiny. And at the beginning of January, they announced its premiere for “very soon” through their thematic channel Divinity.
However, Mediaset has completely changed its plans for the series, which will now air in prime time on Telecinco and under the name Mi hogar, mi destino.
The drama distributed by Eccho Rights will thus become the second Turkish series to reach prime time on the Mediaset network (after Love is in the Air) and the fourth in Spain to be seen by one of the main networks (Woman and My Little Girl are the other two).
Thus, its premiere seems to consolidate an irreversible trend: Turkish drama has definitely conquered Spain.
My Home, My Destiny is produced by OGM Pictures and broadcast in Turkey on TV8.
Starring Demet Özdemir and İbrahim Çelikkol, the series also has Onur Güvenatam as executive producer, responsible for hits like Netflix’s The Gift and The Protector and Wounded Love (Kanal D) and A Part of Me (Star TV).
It tells the story of Zeynep, a girl born into a humble home with few opportunities. Her luck changes when the wealthy family where her mother works as a cleaner offers to adopt the girl. Years later Zeynep becomes an intelligent, educated and beautiful young woman who will marry a man of high society.
However, she Zeynep decides to return to the home of her birth, where she rediscovers various lessons and surprises and meets the love of her life.