When it launched on Fox Turkey, “A Miracle” became the highest-rated Turkish drama series in nearly a decade. Now, the show is doing the same for Argentina’s Telefe, where this week it reached an amazing 57.3% share in its first three episodes.
In March 12, the Turkish drama, which is being broadcasted under the title “Doctor Milagro,” achieved 13.33 rating points and a share of 40.10%. The numbers even improved in the two days after, with 15.42 rating points and 50.43% of share on March 13, and 18.62 and 57.27% on March 14.
One of the fastest-selling Turkish dramas of all time, which so far has been sold by Madd Entertainment to more than 50 territories across Europe, Asia and Latin America, it is also on air on Canal 11 Honduras and Teleamazonas Ecuador since February, also achieving great results.
In the story, a distinguished surgical unit turns upside down when a strange new resident joins the team. Ali has savant syndrome, making it hard for him to communicate with other people, even though he is a phenomenal doctor. The other doctors can’t stand him at first, but his sincerity and dedication win them over. In this hospital, Ali finds the family he's always longed for.