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TVKLAN Signs Deal for Two Madd Entertainment Titles


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Albania’s TVKLAN has sealed a deal with Madd Entertainment for the dramas My Little Girl and Crash.

My Little Girl stars Beren Gökyıldız (Mother) as an 8-year-old girl abandoned by her mother. After going to live with the father she never knew existed, played by Buğra Gülsoy of Kuzey Güney and Fatmagul, she forms an unlikely bond with him.

Albert Dumani, head of programming and acquisitions at TVKLAN, said, “The child actor is really lovely and an extraordinary talent. She is popular in Albania from when I showed Anne on TVKLAN, and since this is the second series of hers, I believe she will be the best. I loved the drama and the humor of the relation between a father and his daughter. Their chemistry is really nice to watch on TV.”

Crash is a comprehensive love story that features a star-studded cast, including Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ (Brave and Beautiful, Noor) and Elçin Sangu (Love for Rent, Kurt Seyt & Shura) in the lead roles, alongside Melisa Aslı Pamuk (Endless Love), Alperen Duymaz (The Pit) and Onur Saylak (Wounded Love). In the series, the fates of four people become entangled after a single accident that reunites two old lovers and brings together two total strangers from different worlds.

Dumani continued: “I have taken almost all Ay Yapim series as the most successful production company in Turkey, and all the TV series with the star Kivanc Tatlitug, so I could not miss this one, too. I’m happy to have this premium title on my channel, TVKLAN.”

Deniz Cantutan, Madd Entertainment’s senior sales manager, added: “We are sure that our premium dramas My Little Girl and Crash will bring more audience to TVKLAN’s screen.”








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