Broadcast TV channels continue to appeal to reruns to fill their schedules, and Turkish series continue to be a go-to: while in Argentina Telefe will re-launch Turkish drama Fatmagül, in Spain Atresmedia announced Sila’s return to Nova.
With the halt in audiovisual production due to the Covid-19 pandemic, broadcast television networks around the world will take months to load up on news programs and breathe new life into content already produced, whether owned or purchased.
And in Latin America, Turkish dramas are being one of the most chosen genres when it comes to releasing content. This week, new announcements came from Argentina and Spain.
On the one hand, Telefe began promoting the “very soon” return of Fatmagül, in what will be its third broadcast on the ViacomCBS network.
Under the title ¿Qué culpa tiene Fatmagul?, the series premiered in prime time in 2015 for the first time, with large audience numbers. In 2018, Telefe premiered the Kanal D International title once again in its evening slot.
And in Spain, Nova is already announcing that Sila will return to its screen on Monday, July 20.
This drama distributed by ATV was acquired by Atresmedia in 2018, and it was one of the first Turkish titles to reach its theme network, after Fatmagül, Forbidden Love and Ezel.