Turkish production and distribution company Inter Medya continues to expand the reach of one of its most promising daily drama series, “The Girl of the Green Valley,” and has now inked deals in the US Hispanic market, Puerto Rico, Peru, and Panama. The show has been previously licensed to various countries such as Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Spain, Hungary, and Israel.
Last month, “The Girl of the Green Valley” made its international premiere on Wapa TV in Puerto Rico with the title “Melissa.” According to a Nielsen poll, the first episode, which aired from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, set a rating record against major local channels and managed to dominate its entire demographic.
Starred by worldwide famous Beren Gökyıldız, “The Girl of the Green Valley” is inspired from the beloved book “Ann of Green Gables,” written by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Produced by Yesil Yapim, this show follows a girl who is left without a mother and father when she was a baby. No one knows the truth about what happened to her family.