Madd Entertainment announced four new sales to two leading broadcasters in Romania. These titles include the ongoing top series "Family Secret," "All About Marriage," "The Bad Penny," and "The Agency." The Ay Yapim popular series, "Family Secrets" features Pınar Deniz as Ceylin, a tough lawyer willing to bend the rules in the service of justice. Though they don't get along, Ilgaz’s brother goes to Ceylin accused of murder and goes for help The 30-part show currently claims a slot on the Top 5 show in the competitive ABC1+20 cohort. Based on an original story by Sema Ergenekon, the title is directed by Ali Bilgin.
"All About Marriage" from MF Yapim that airs on Turkey’s FOX network under the title Evilik Hakkında Her Şey. The series is about a clan of high-powered divorce lawyers whose clients include billionaires, celebrities, and sometimes even themselves. The title's cast includes Gökçe Bahadır, Yiğit Kiraz, Sarp Akkaya, Sumru Yavrucuk, Gökçe Eyüboğlu (Woman), Erdal Küçükkömürcü and "Fırat Altunmeşe. The family drama is directed by Yusuf Pirhasan.
Another title included in the deal is "The Bad Penny," an ongoing crime series from Ay Yapim currently airing on Show TV under the title Üç Kuruş. In it, a serial killer stalks a Romani neighborhood, and a hardboiled police captain must team up with a Gypsy crime boss to bring the killer to justice. Along the way, the cop unexpectedly falls for Mafiosi’s sister. This original series pairs two opposites in a sizzling exploration of law versus justice, featuring unforgettable performances by two of Turkey’s top leading men, Ekin Koç and Uraz Kaygilaroglu.
"The Agency" is Ay Yapim’s behind-the-scenes drama about a top talent agency. Based on the international hit series Call My Agent from France 2, the title premiered just over a year ago on Star TV. Each episode features cameos from real-life celebrity actors like Tuba Büyüküstün, who supplement an all-star ensemble cast of agents, rising stars, and wannabe celebrities in the dog-eat-dog Turkish drama. Series regulars include Barış Falay, Canan Ergüder, Fatih Artman, and Denizcan Aktaş.