Director: Bahadır Ince
Players: Yiğit Özşener, Ekin Koç, Nur Fettahoğlu October
Steppir tells the story of the experienced Superintendent Seyfi (Yiğit Özşener) and the rookie cop Nuri Pamir (Ekin Koç) trying to cover up a mysterious October child murder. As we try to solve the murders of these two policemen with different characters, we are accompanied by the grim environment of the Anatolian countryside. Steppe, which also covers the lives of people living in the Anatolian countryside, is definitely a production to watch.
Director: Alper Mestçi
Players: Funda Güray, Baran Akbulut, Ferit Kaya
In the director's chair of the series, which has the distinction of being the first horror-themed series in Turkey, sits Alper Mestçi, who has also directed films such as three letters and Siccin. Mestçi, one of the directors who gave a different breath to Turkish horror cinema, tells The Story of Bushra (Funda Güray), who returned to the village where he was born many years ago as a doctor, and teacher Selim (Baran Akbulut), whose life was full of disasters. Set in a triangle of love, tension and fear, this story uses all three elements in its dose to create an intriguing story.
Director: Richard Price
Players: Riz Ahmed, John Turturro, Bill Camp
Although it is quite exhausting to watch, and its subject is quite complex, The Night Of certainly stands out as a production to watch, especially at a time when racism is on the rise. Nasir Khan (Riz Ahmed), who spent the night at the House of the passenger he took in his taxi, wakes up to find the body of the woman he had spent the night with. All the blame remains on Nasir, who leaves there in a panic, and the task of exonerating him falls on lawyer John Stone (John Turturro).
Director: Neil Cross
Players: Idris Elba, Dermot Crowley, Michael Smiley
The series, which tells the story of dangerous Detective John Luther (Idris Elba), who works for the London Serious Crimes Unit, almost locks the viewer on the screen with breathtaking scenes. Detective Luther, who walks the fine line between good and evil, also often sees his work decidedly outside the rules and the law.
Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
Players: Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, Collin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams, Mahershala Ali, Stephen Dorff
The 5-time Primetime Emmy Award-winning series focuses on a different murder and police investigation each season. As the series focuses on the murders, it captivates its audience by revealing another story within the story, telling the dark secrets of the policemen conducting the investigation. In the first season, it tells the story of two very different detectives who investigate murders committed by satanic rituals, while in the second season, it deals with corruption in institutions, introducing the viewer to the magical voice of Lera Lynn. Although viewers did not like the second season, for my part, the season I liked the most was the second season of the series. The theme of the third season of the series is about remembering and confronting. Every season and every detail of this excellent production, which is the subject of a separate article, is waiting to be watched on BluTV with 3 seasons.
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