Paramparça (TV series)

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Paramparça
Paramparcaposter.jpg
Also known as Broken Pieces
Genre Drama
Written by Yıldız Tunç
Su Ersöz
Derem Çıray
Atilla Özel
Ayça Üzüm
Directed by Cevdet Mercan (season 1)
Altan Dönmez (season 2-3)
Orkun Çatak (season 2-3)
Starring Erkan Petekkaya
Nurgül Yeşilçay
Barış Falay
Ebru Özkan Saban
Mine Tugay
Sarp Akkaya
Tolga Tekin
Nursel Köse
Ertuğrul Postoğlu
Alina Boz
Burak Tozkoparan
Leyla Tanlar
Ayhan Bozkurt
Hasan Şahintürk
Ömer Faruk Yüksek
Isa Cıvan Kavak
Ilhan Şeşen
Civan Canova
Opening theme Paramparça Jenerik Müziği
Composer(s) Ayşe Önder
Murat "Mayki" Başaran
Kalan Müzik
Umit Önder
Country of origin Turkey
Original language(s) Turkish
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 97
Production
Executive producer(s) Selma Koçoğlu Yücel
Producer(s) Gökhan Tatarer
H. Hakan Eren
Production location(s) Istanbul
Running time ~120-150 minutes
Production company(s) Endemol Shine Turkey
Distributor Global Agency
Release
Original network Star TV
Original release December 1, 2014 (2014-12-01) – March 27, 2017 (2017-03-27)
Chronology
Related shows Binbir Gece
Aşk ve Ceza
External links
Website

Paramparça (English title: Broken Pieces) is a Turkish drama television series produced by Endemol Shine Turkey, starring Erkan Petekkaya. It premiered on Star TV on December 1, 2014.

Plot[edit]

The story follows two women whose lives are intertwined following an accident. Gülseren who is pregnant, is hit by a car and brought to hospital to give birth. Meanwhile Dilara gives birth at the same hospital. Due to their similarity of their last name, the babies are mistakenly given to wrong parents: Gülseren's baby given to Dilara and Dilara's baby given to Gülseren. Fifteen years later, Gülseren lives with her adoptive daughter Hazal and sister-in-law Keriman in a poor apartment and Dilara lives with her adoptive daughter Cansu and biological son Ozan in a luxurious villa in the seashore of Bosphorus. Gülseren works as saleswoman in small store. Dilara's relationship with her husband Cihan, a rich businessman, breaks down and Cihan leaves her. He starts dating Gülseren, which angers Dilara.

Cihan's childhood friend Harun comes to Istanbul and falls in love with Dilara. Cihan proposes to Gülseren and Dilara becomes pregnant giving birth to Harun's child. On the day of Cihan and Gülseren's wedding, Gülseren is shot and killed by the ex-husband of Ozan's girlfriend. After the death of Gülseren, Cihan's life becomes complicated and he remarries Dilara but neither are happy. Dilara again falls in love with Harun while Cihan falls in love with Ayşe, a well-known psychiatrist and kickboxer; she is identified by Cihan as the cousin of Harun and leaves her. Ayşe is accidentally shot by Cihan's father while he was trying to commit suicide.

The final series starts a year later: Cihan flees Istanbul, Dilara marries Harun, and siblings Hazal and Ozan run a business while Cansu marries Deniz, who is expecting a baby without her father's permission. Cansu is forced to have an abortion due to her Parkinson's disease.

After Cihan returns to Istanbul, he returns to his business. Harun discovers that he is the father of Ozan, but is killed in a gunfight assaulted by masked men while trying to save Ozan from being shot. Meanwhile Cihan and Dilara fall in love again. Harun's former client Damir hides his criminal record as he was suspected of the killing of Harun, and he wants to approach Cihan's family by means of Hazal. The series ends with Damir being killed and Dilara and Cihan preparing to remarry and start a new life together.[1]

Cast[edit]

Character Actor(ess)
Cihan Gürpinar Erkan Petekkaya
Gülseren Gürpinar Nurgül Yeşilçay
Dilara Gürpinar Ebru Özkan
Harun Erguvan Barış Falay
Asuman Terzioğlu Mine Tugay
Damır Yilmaz Sarp Akkaya
Özkan Gülpinar Tolga Tekin
Keriman Akçatepe Nursel Köse
Hazal Gülpinar Alina Boz
Cansu Gürpinar Leyla Tanlar
Ozan Gürpinar Burak Tozkoparan
Rahmi Gürpinar Civan Canova
Alper Tek Cemal Hunal
Solmaz Tek Güneş Emir
Candan Soylu Ahu Yağtu
Yıldırım Altu Ertuğrul Postoğlu
Engin Ayhan Bozkurt
Derya Elvin Aydoğdu
Mahide Erkoç Hümeyra
Deniz Aydin Ceyhun Mengiroğlu
Burhan Colak Taner Turan
Özgür Eraslan Efecan Şenolsun
Sevinç Başak Akbay
Beril Aylin Eren
Hatice Güneş Hayat
Osman Bülent Düzgünoğlu
Nuray Pınar Erincin
Mehmet Yunus Güner
Zeynep Funda Güray
Mithat Mete Pars Sarpcan Köroğlu
Ekrem Çelık Ilhan Şeşen
Azra Dünya Aydoğdu
Şahin Hasan Şahintürk
Demir Alaz Erguvan Ömer Faruk Yüksek
Can Haşmet Gülpınar Isa Civan Kavak

Series overview[edit]

Season Episode Originally aired
Series premiere Series finale
1 1-31 (31) December 1, 2014 (2014-12-01) June 29, 2015 (2015-06-29)
2 32-71 (40) September 14, 2015 (2015-09-14) June 20, 2016 (2016-06-20)
3 72-97 (26) September 19, 2016 (2016-09-19) March 27, 2017 (2017-03-27)

International broadcasts[edit]

Country TV Premier Date Title
 Iraq (Iraqi Kurdistan) Kurdmax April 1, 2015 Parçe parçe bun
 Afghanistan 1TV May, 2015 Broken Pieces
 Lithuania LNK August 5, 2015 Gyvenimo šukės
 Indonesia ANTV September 7, 2015 Cansu & Hazal
 Georgia Imedi TV September 7, 2015 ნამსხვრევები
 Iran GEM TV October 3, 2015 Güzel (گوزل)
 Romania Kanal D October 5, 2015 Furtună pe Bosfor
 Greece Mega Channel October 19, 2015 Pαγισμένες καρδιές (Broken hearts)
 Bulgaria bTV
bTV Lady
November 9, 2015
January 14, 2018
Tвоят мой живот
 Kazakhstan Habar TV November 11, 2015 Осколки
 Macedonia Alsat-M
Sitel
December 15, 2015
October 3, 2016
Fate të lidhura (Albanian)
Парампарче (Macedonian)
 Albania TV Klan December 19, 2015 Fate të kryqëzuara
 Croatia Nova TV January 4, 2016 Tuđi život
 Hungary TV2 February 15, 2016 Megtört szívek
 Poland TVP1 March 8, 2016 Rozdarte serca
Saudi Arabia Arab World OSN Yahala March 20, 2016 Ishq W Domou
 Israel Viva+ May 1, 2016 רסיסים (Shards)
 Serbia Prva TV
Prva world
July 18, 2016
June 1, 2017
Paramparčad
 Slovakia TV Doma[2] August 1, 2016 Vymenené životy
 Ukraine 1+1 August 8, 2016 Уламки щастя
 Sweden SVT2 August 22, 2016 Förväxlingen
 Montenegro Prva CG August 29, 2016 Paramparčad
 Estonia Kanal 2 October 10, 2016 Purunenud elud
 Mongolia Asian Box January 12, 2017 Аз жаргалын хэлтэрхий
 Chile Canal 13 (Chile) January 16, 2017 Paramparça
 Slovenia Planet TV July 3, 2017 Tuje življenje
 Ethiopia Kana TV July 4, 2017
June 17, 2018
ሽንቁር ልቦች (Broken Hearts)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina OBN January 30, 2018 Paramparčad

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Broken Pieces". Retrieved 6 May 2017. 
  2. ^ "Vymenené životy: Seriálový hit z Turecka prinesie TV Doma" (in Slovak). Retrieved 31 July 2016. 

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