Valley of the Wolves (TV series)

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Valley of the Wolves
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Written by Ahmet Yurdakul
Raci Şaşmaz
Bahadır Özdener
Mehmet Turgut
Directed by Osman Sınav
Mustafa Şevki Doğan
Serdar Akar
Starring Necati Şaşmaz
Özgü Namal
Selçuk Yöntem
Oktay Kaynarca
Theme music composer Gökhan Kırdar
Country of origin Turkey
Original language(s) Turkish
No. of episodes 97
Production
Producer(s) Osman Sınav
Raci Şaşmaz
Running time 80 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Show TV (2003-2005)
Kanal D (2005)
Original airing Turkey
15 January 2003 - 29 December 2005
Chronology
Followed by Valley of the Wolves: Terror (2007) (banned from broadcast)
Valley of the Wolves: Ambush (2007, present)

Kurtlar Vadisi (The Valley of the Wolves) was a Turkish television drama which broadcast mainly on Show TV and then transferred to Kanal D, then atv for its last season. It was mostly about an agent named Polat Alemdar who leaked into the mafia (becoming the partner of the mafia gunman Süleyman Çakır) after his plastic surgery. The scenario has direct and indirect references to the Turkish politics and political history from a viewpoint of an undercover agent. Kurtlar Vadisi became one of the most successful TV programmes in Turkey (ratings reached to %40) and produced a successful feature film named Valley of the Wolves: Iraq, Valley of the Wolves: Gladio and Valley of the Wolves: Palestine.

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