Following its world premiere in Puerto Rico a few months ago, Turkish distributor Inter Medya has recently secured licensing deals in Bolivia, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Brundi, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Uganda for its highly acclaimed series “The Girl of the Green Valley.”
The title has already been licensed to 16 countries, including Spain, United States, Panama, Peru, Chile, and Uruguay. Having made its local debut on ShowTV in Turkey on July 3, “The Girl of the Green Valley” has achieved remarkable success in the daytime slot, making a fantastic start.
In detail, the first episode garnered a 1.10 rating with a 7.97 share in the Total group. Additionally, it achieved a 1.09 rating with a 9.59 share in the AB demographic, and a 1.10 rating with an 8.86 share in the ABC1 demographic. In Puerto Rico’s Wapa TV, where it originally premiered, the show had already broken rating records with its premiere episode.
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.