Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?
|Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?|
|Created by||Vedat Türkali|
|Written by||Ece Yörenç
|Directed by||Hilal Saral|
|Country of origin||Turkey|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||80|
|Running time||90 min|
|Production company(s)||Ay Yapım|
|Original network||Kanal D|
16 September 2010 – 21 June 2012
Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? (translated as What is Fatmagül's fault?) is a Turkish television drama series produced by Ay Yapım and broadcast on Kanal D. The series is based on Vedat Türkali's scenario, Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?, which was made into a film in 1986, Hülya Avşar as Fatmagül. The series is written by the duo Ece Yörenç and Melek Gençoğlu. The soundtrack was composed and conducted by Toygar Işıklı.
Fatmagül Ketenci is a girl who lives in Ildır, a village on the Aegean coast belonging to the administrative district of Çeşme, in Izmir province. She lives with her brother Rahmi, who runs a dairy shop. She is engaged to marry a fisherman called Mustafa Nalçalı in a month's time and dreams of getting away from her nagging sister-in-law Mukaddes, who hates her. Kerim Ilgaz is a well-mannered blacksmith apprentice who lives with his aunt Meryem Aksoy, known affectionately as "Ebe Nine" ("Granny Ebe"), who is a healer of herbal medicine. The big event of the season is the engagement of the area's richest and most influential businessmen Reşat Yaşaran's son Selim to the politician Turaner Alagöz's daughter Meltem. Kerim meets up with his old friends Vural and cousins Erdoğan and Selim. After the engagement party, all four of them go on a drinking and drug binge to celebrate. Meanwhile, Fatmagül is off to see Mustafa depart on another fishing trip and accidentally comes across them. Erdoğan, Selim and Vural gang-rape her, with Kerim passed out with no recollection of the event. A traumatized Fatmagül is later discovered the next morning by Ebe Nine while she is picking herbs. Vural is left deeply disturbed by the event, having constant nightmares about Fatmagül, while Erdoğan and Selim continue on as if nothing happened, confident in their family's power to protect them. As the town go into an uproar over the rape incident, Kerim accepts the blame and agrees to marry a reluctant Fatmagül, as he mistakenly believes himself to be guilty and also in order to protect his friends. As a result, Fatmagül and Kerim's families sell their properties and move to İstanbul to start a new life.
Kerim quickly falls in love with Fatmagül, but she hates him because of the whole ordeal. Things become complicated due to the machinations of the Yaşarans and their unscrupulous lawyer, Münir Telci, who wants to protect themselves, as well as Mustafa, who seeks revenge as he believes that Kerim and Fatmagül had an affair from the beginning. As a result, both the Yaşarans and Mustafa start harassing Kerim, Fatmagül and their relatives. After a few months of marriage and several attempts to do so, Kerim confronts Fatmagül, telling her that he was not involved in her rape. However, even as she has already developed a soft corner for him, Fatmagül does not believe this, and asks Kerim to prove this to her. In order to do so and demonstrate his love, Kerim files her rape case and asks the police to arrest him, Vural and the Yaşarans, after which Fatmagül finally accepts his love. Mustafa appears once more and asks Fatmagül to forgive him, but she rejects him. Things take a turn when the Yaşarans start threatening Kerim and Fatmagül, trying to quickly finish the case and put it to rest, while also using the bitter Mustafa against them. During the trial, the Yaşarans falsify their testimonies, with Vural reluctantly doing the same. They also resort to use several bribed witnesses.
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- Beren Saat as Fatmagül Ilgaz (née Ketenci) – Fatmagül was raped by Erdoğan, Selim and Vural. Was in love with Mustafa; they were engaged. Later, forced by her family, she marries Kerim, and eventually falls in love with him. Rahmi's younger sister. Murat's and Elif aunt. Mukaddes sister-in-law. Baby Enise's mother.
- Engin Akyürek as Kerim Ilgaz – Kerim falls in love with Fatmagül after marrying her when forced by his friends to take upon the blame of the rape incident. Marries Fatmagül to protect her from his friends Erdoğan, Selim and Vural. Later supports Fatmagül in the fight against her rapists. Meryem nephew. Deniz's half-brother. Mustafa's enemy. Emre's friend.
- Fırat Çelik as Mustafa Nalçalı – Halide and Emin's son. He falls in love with Fatmagül, and they were engaged, but after the rape he leaves her. Asu's husband and father of their child. Swore vengeance on the rapists and Kerim. Had an affair with Meltem. Accidentally kills Vural. Was shot while trying to escape from the police. Mustafa and Kerim fight because of Fatmagül's love.
- Kaan Taşaner as Erdoğan Yaşaran – Fatmagül's rapist. Selim's cousin. Rıfat and Hilmiye's son. Reşat's nephew. Vural's friend. Kerim, Fatmagül and Mustafa's enemy. Münir's rival.
- Engin Öztürk as Selim Yaşaran – Fatmagül's rapist. Erdoğan's cousin. Reşat and Perihan's son. Münir and Rifat's nephew. Meltem's ex-husband. Vural's friend. Kerim, Fatmagül and Mustafa's enemy.
- Buğra Gülsoy as Vural Namlı – Fatmagül rapist. Erdoğan, Selim and Asu's friend. Leman and Şemsi's son. After the rape he is left with a scattered psyche, and later regret a lot of his deed, even asked for forgiveness from Fatmagül. Begged Kerim to kill him. Accidentally killed by Mustafa.
- Musa Uzunlar as Reşat Yaşaran – Perihan's husband. Selim's father and Rifat's brother. Münir's brother-in-law. Erdoğan's uncle. Meltem's ex-father-in-law. Leman and Şemsi's friend. Kerim, Fatmagül and Mustafa's enemy.
- Murat Daltaban as Münir Telci – Perihan's brother. Selim's uncle. Reşat brother-in-law. Had an affair with Leman. Erdoğan, Selim and Vural's lawyer. Kerim, Fatmagül, Mustafa and Vural's enemy. Erdoğan's rival.
- Sevtap Özaltun as Asu(de) / Hacer Ovacık / Nalçalı – Worked as a prostitute. In love with Mustafa, mother of their child, his wife. Halide and Emin's daughter-in-law. Vural and Samin's friend.
- Seda Guven as Meltem Alagöz / Yaşaran – Selim's ex-wife. Reşat and Perihan's ex-daughter-in-law. Turaner and Ender's daughter. Gaye's friend. After learning the truth about the rape she helped Fatmagül. Had an affair with Mustafa.
- Sumru Yavrucuk as Meryem Aksoy / Pakalın ("Ebe Nine") – Kerim's adoptive elder sister who raised him. In love with Kadir, later marries him.
- Deniz Türkali as Perihan Yaşaran / Telci – Reşat's wife. Selim's mother and Münir sister. Rifat's sister-in-law. Meltem's ex-mother-in-law. Leman and Şemsi's friend.
- Civan Canova as Kadir Pakalın – Fatmagül's lawyer. In love with Meryem, later marries her. Kerim, Ömer and Rahmi's friend.
- Esra Dermancıoğlu as Mukaddes Ketenci – Rahmi's wife. Fatmagül's sister-in-law. Murat's and Elif mother. Had an affair with Murat's real father – Salih Mercanli. Used to scheme against Fatmagül and the whole family.
- Bülent Seyran as Rahmi Ketenci – Mukaddes' husband. Fatmagül's brother. Kerim's brother-in-law. Murat's adoptive father, Elif father.
- Veda Yurtsever İpek as Ender Alagöz – Meltem's mother. Turaner's wife. Selim's ex-mother-in-law.
- Aziz Sarvan as Turaner Alagöz – Meltem's father. Ender's husband. Selim's ex-father-in-law. Commits suicide.
- Mehmet Uslu as Rıfat Yaşaran – Erdoğan's father. Hilmiye's husband. Reşat's brother. Selim's uncle. Died of a heart attack.
- Servet Pandur as Leman Namlı – Vural's mother. Şemsi wife. Had an affair with Münir. After her son and her husband die, she commits suicide.
- Zühtü Erkan as Şemsi Namlı – Vural's father. Leman husband. Killed in a car accident.
- Sacide Taşaner as Halide Nalçalı – Mustafa's mother. Hacer (Asu) mother-in-law. Died of illness.
- Toygun Ateş as Emin Nalçalı – Mustafa's father. Hacer (Asu) father-in-law. Died of a heart attack.
- Deniz Baytaş as Hilmiye Yaşaran – Erdoğan's mother. Rifat's wife.
- Alper Saylik as Samin – Asu's pimp, later friend. Falls in love with Hacer (Asu), takes care of her baby.
- Alper Kut as Ömer Akari – Kerim's lawyer. Kadir's friend.
- Emre Yetim as Emre – Kerim's and Fatmagül's friend. In love with Deniz.
- Gözde Kocaoğlu as Deniz Ilgaz – Kerim's half-sister. Fatmagül's half-sister-in-law.
- Nilay Kaya as Gaye – Meltem's best friend. Erdoğan and Munir's love interest.
- Clare Frost as Kristen Norton – In love with Kerim. Fatmagül's rival.
- Ata Yılmaz Önal as Murat Ketenci – Mukaddes' son. Rahmi's adoptive son. Elif's brother. Fatmagül's adoptive nephew. Kerim's adoptive nephew-in-law.
- Ali Yigit as Salih Mercanli – Murat's biological father.
- Bengü Ergin as Dr. Nil Yörgen – Erdoğan's love interest.
|Season||Number of episodes||Episodes||Season premiere||Season finale||Time of broadcasting (EET)||TV season||TV channel|
|Season 1||39||1-39||16 September 2010||16 June 2011||20:00||2010-2011||Kanal D|
|Season 2||41||40-80 (Final)||8 September 2011||21 June 2012||20:00||2011-2012||Kanal D|
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- India on Zindagi with the title Fatmagul (dubbed in Hindi).
- Ethiopia on Kana TV with the title of Kitat
- Pakistan on Urdu 1 with the title of فاطمہ گل - آخر میرا قصور کیا؟ (Fatma gul - After all what is my fault?)
- Albania on Albanian Screen with the title Fatmagyl
- Bosnia on BHT1 with the title Izgubljena čast
- Israel on Viva with the title פטמגול (Fatmagul)
- Arab World on MBC1 With the title فاطمة (Fatma)
- Egypt on CBC with the title فاطمة (Fatma)
- Afghanistan on Tolo TV with the title Fatima Gul
- Bulgaria on BTV,BTV Lady with the title Пепел от рози (in English: Ashes of Roses)
- Croatia on Nova TV with the title Izgubljena čast (Lost Honor)
- Serbia on Prva TV with the title Izgubljena čast (Lost Honor)
- Montenegro on TV Vijesti with the title Izgubljena čast (Lost Honor)
- France on TV5Monde with the title Fatmagul
- Georgia on Imedi TV with the title უდანაშაულო
- Greece on Mega Channel with the title Fatmagul
- Hungary on TV2 (Hungary) with the title Fatmagul
- Kosovo on RTV21 with the title Fatmagyl
- Iran on GEM TV with the title FatmaGul-فاطماگل
- Lebanon on LBCI with the title Fatma
- Romania on Kanal D Romania with the title Fatmagul
- Russia on STS «Без вины виноватая»
- England on Turkish Dramas with the title "What is Fatmagul's Fault?"
- Indonesia on VISION 2 DRAMA and on ANTV from 14 March 2016 to 6 August 2016 with the title Fatmagul
- Morocco on medi 1 With the title فاطمة (Fatma)
- Macedonia on Sitel TV with the title Судбината на Фатмаѓул
- Estonia on Kanal 2 with the title Süütu süüdlane (Innocent Culprit)
- Ukraine on 1+1 "У чому вина Фатмагюль?"
- Slovakia on TV Doma with the title Fatmagul
- Lithuania on LNK with the title Be kaltės kalta
- Chile on Mega with the title ¿Qué culpa tiene Fatmagül? (What is Fatmagul's Fault?)
- Brazil on Rede Bandeirantes with the title Fatmagul: A Força do Amor (Fatmagul: The Power of Love)
- Puerto Rico on WAPA TV with the title Fatmagül and Telemundo Puerto Rico
- Peru on Latina Televisión
- Mexico on Azteca Trece with the title ¿Qué culpa tiene Fatmagül?
- Latvia on LNT with the title "Fatmagula"
- USA on Telemundo with the title ¿Qué Culpa Tiene Fatmagül? (What is Fatmagul's Fault?)
- Argentina on Telefé from 20 July 2015 to 15 April 2016 with the title ¿Qué culpa tiene Fatmagül?
- Colombia on Caracol Televisión with the title "Fatmagül"
- Poland on TVP 1 with the title "Grzech Fatmagül" (Fatmagül's Sin)
- Paraguay on Telefuturo with the title ¿Qué culpa tiene Fatmagül?
- Nigeria on StarTimes TV, Novela E1 Channel with the title "Fatmagul" aired twice
Persia and Afghanistan
The most popular Turkish show is Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?. Another series as Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman Ki (As Time Goes By), Beni Affet (Forgive Me), Effet, Aşk-ı Memnu (Forbidden Love), and Adını Feriha Koydum are popular too.
Balkans and Southeastern Europe
In Kosovo, the most popular TV shows in December 2012 were Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? (What is Fatmagül's Fault?), which ranked top of all programmes and Aşk ve Ceza (Love and Punishment), which came in third according to data by Index Kosova. In Serbia, research from January 2013 indicates that the top two Turkish shows in TV were Muhteşem Yüzyıl, which ranked fourth, and Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman Ki (As Time Goes By), which came in seventh. Fatmagul was one of the most popular shows in Macedonia which irked the government to passed a bill to restrict broadcasts of Turkish series during the day and at prime time in order to reduce the Turkish impact on Macedonian society.
Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne was well received and appreciated by Indian audiences. The reason behind it was talented actors, good looking faces, realistic and scenic locales besides good storyline. Adını Feriha Koydum and Little Lord are also amongst highest rated Turkish shows in India.
Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? was well received by Ethiopians due to the popularity of other Turkish Dramas that had been previously shown in Ethiopia. Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? was dubbed in Amharic and aired on Kana TV.
Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? was the second most popular Turkish series in Pakistan which was ranked top in 2013 above Pakistani shows like Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Kankar and Aunn Zara. The series Averaged 6TV ratings with the viewership above 25Million in Pakistani Urban and Rural market. Aşk-ı Memnu, was the highest rated Turkish series which broke all records in 2012. Followed by Muhteşem Yüzyıl and Adını Feriha Koydum.
In 2013, the most popular Turkish shows worldwide were Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?, Aşk-ı Memnu and Muhteşem Yüzyıl. Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne? has increased the popularity of Istanbul as a tourist destination among Arabs. With Aşk-ı Memnu's popularity Beren Saat became the Female sensation in Arab Television which led to a generally higher viewership for Fatmagul.
In India the show is going to be remade by Indian TV Channel Star Plus in Hindi under the title of Kya Qusoor Hai Amala Ka?. This is the first official remake of the series. The Show airs from 3 April 2017 during the noon slot.
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