The Turkish television landscape is abuzz with excitement as the highly anticipated series “Senden Önce” gains momentum, presenting itself as the Turkish adaptation of the globally successful show “Till Death.” The series, featuring Alp Navruz, Sinem Ünsal and Nilperi Şahinkaya in leading roles, has already made a significant impact with its initial presentation.
The first trailer of “Senden Önce” has garnered widespread attention, amassing over 18 million views across various social media platforms, particularly on Instagram and YouTube. The trailer offers a glimpse into the captivating narrative, leaving viewers intrigued and eager for the series to unfold. The social media presence of the show, coupled with its visually striking and mysterious trailer, has contributed to the mounting anticipation among audiences.
As the production of the series continues at a brisk pace, the release of the official poster has further intensified the public’s interest. Unveiled through Kanal D’s social media accounts, the poster encapsulates the essence of the project, teasing the enigmatic storyline that lies ahead. Fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the series, have expressed their appreciation for the atmospheric and captivating visuals presented in the poster.
Featuring captivating photographs of Alp Navruz, Sinem Ünsal, and Nilperi Şahinkaya, the poster has become a focal point for fans eager to delve into the narrative of “Senden Önce.” The series promises to unravel a compelling story, depicting the events that unfold when Sahra enters the lives of the Merve and Hakan couple. “Senden Önce” has undeniably positioned itself as one of the most eagerly awaited productions, with audiences eager to witness the unfolding drama and the unique storytelling it brings to the screen.
As the series continues to generate buzz and captivate audiences, the Turkish adaptation of “Till Death” is poised to make a significant impact on the television landscape, with viewers eagerly counting down to the premiere to experience the intrigue and drama promised by “Senden Önce.”