Top 10 Turkish TV Series that you can start to binge-watch right away

Lately, we have been binge-watching shows not just on weekends but also on weekdays.

It’s the after effects of staying at home for more than 6+ months right?

I will not blame you if you are in search of new shows that have good content, interesting storyline, different culture, and regional references too.

After all, how much of the same drama can we keep watching? After a point, they all seem to feel alike. Then there is our Indian TV Drama that seems to move at a pace that’s even slower than a turtle.

Even in my house, there is a need to find and shortlist the best TV series across all genres and regions. While I was performing this search, I landed into the soup of the famous Turkish TV Series. Mind you, they have some of the best Drama, Romance, Thrill, and mystery series.

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After binge-watching Turkish Drama for almost a year, here is my list of Top 10 Turkish TV Series that you can start to binge-watch right away.

1.The Protector on Netflix:

This epic Turkish TV Series is available on Netflix. This fantasy drama has 4 Seasons and with the finale episode, it totals to 32 episodes. The story revolves around a quest of the Protector (Muhaafiz) to find the magical instruments to fight against the immortal demons and save the city. From the quest to mysteries to some history and romance, this Series can be binge-watched in 1 or 2 weekends max depending on your speed. So what are you watching for, find that tub of popcorn and start now!

The Protector Turkish TV Series on Netflix
The Protector on Netflix

You can start watching it here:

2. Ertugrul Gazi:

Ertugrul is a story of the 13th Century Turkish Warrior Ertugrul Ghazi – A nomad tribe who was a ruler for 300 years. Ertuğrul or Ertuğrul Gazi was none other than the father of the famous Osman I – who founded the Ottoman Empire. Watch this historic Islamic Drama spread across 5 Seasons on YouTube in Urdu. Or Watch this Turkish tv series online with English Subtitles on Netflix.

Ertugrul Ghazi
Ertugrul

I have been watching this Turkish TV Series in Urdu for Free on YouTube TRF channel, where 2 full Pakistan Dubbed versions are available and Season 3 is going on, every week 5 new episodes are released. Trust me watching with subtitles might spoil the drama for you. So take your pick accordingly, but it’s worth the time. 

3. The Gift Turkish TV Series:

The Gift is a fantasy and science fiction drama that just released its 2nd Season on Netflix. The story revolves around the renowned Painter (Atiye) and her journey to find the universal secrets linked to her past, present, and future. It’s a mystery drama with a hint of romance. It’s intriguing and keeps you hooked. You can binge-watch this one easily on the weekend.

The Gift Turkish TV Series
The Gift Turkish TV Series

Find the episodes of The Gift here:

4. The Promise:

“Yemin” or “The Promise” is a romantic Turkish Drama that you can watch for free on MX Player as well as on YouTube. It’s a love story based on a promise made between Reyhan (the female lead) and Hikmet (who is Reyhan’s uncle) to marry Emir (Son of Hikmet) and the journey undertaken to fulfill and sustain the promise. A total of 203 episodes has been dubbed and released in Hindi and currently showing Season 2. This Turkish TV Series has a total of 3 Seasons and 354+ Episodes to entertain you for a long time.

The Promise Turkish TV Drama
The Promise Turkish TV Drama

5. Rise of Empires: Ottoman:

The documentary-drama of Rising of Empires: Ottoman is a short 6 episode Historical drama. It’s also the real-life story of Mehmed II, the son of Murad and his journey and struggle to conquer Constantinople and how the Roman Empire fell. There’s a beautiful depiction of History in 1 interesting season that has 6 episodes, which just shouldn’t be missed. I binge-watched this series in one day.

Rise of Empires: Ottoman
Rise of Empires: Ottoman

6. Koi Ajnabee Sa:

The is a romantic Turkish TV Series drama. Koi Ajnabee Sa, is also known as Benim Tatli Yalanim in Turkey. There are 95 episodes and full Season 1 that is dubbed in Hindi. It is available on MX Player to watch it for free or you can watch the entire Turkish tv dramas with English subtitles on YouTube.

Koi Ajnabee Sa Turkish TV Series
Koi Ajnabee Sa Turkish TV Series

7. Woman (Kadın):

This Turkish Drama is a story of a woman who is trying to give a better life to her kids. But in the process, she meets different women and how it all connects and their struggle, motivation, journey to achieve the best is remarkable. This is one of the best Turkish shows that is all about challenges in life and their journey to overcome the same. Currently, there are 101 episodes of “Woman” dubbed in Hindi Season 1 and they are available to watch it for free on MX Player.

Woman (Kadın)
Woman (Kadın)

8. Our Story:

This Romantic Turkish TV Series has 2 Seasons with a total of 200 episodes available on MX Player (dubbed in Hindi). You can watch the complete series now and don’t have to wait for new episodes to get uploaded. “Our story” is about a girl name Filiz who is the oldest sibling in the family of 6 children; trying to make the ends meet for the family. This show is the adaptation of the famous series “Shameless” showing their challenges, struggle, bond, and above all their love for each other. A sweet love story that should be watched for sure.

Our Story Turkish TV Series
Our Story Turkish TV Series

9. Forbidden Fruit (Yasak Elma):

This is a famous romantic Turkish TV Series which is a story of 2 sisters Zeyneb and Yildiz, how their life is connected yet apart. One of the sisters tries to acquire the Forbidden fruit i.e. she wants to marry a man who is 30 years older than her but exceptionally rich. The price they must pay and how their story evolves after that is interesting to watch and know. This series has a total of 4 Seasons. From which full Season 1 is live on MX Player where you can watch a total of 139 Episodes of this Turkish Web Series.

Forbidden Fruit (Yasak Elma)
Forbidden Fruit (Yasak Elma)

10. The Girl Named Feriha:

This Turkish Drama is a story of Feriha who lives in a luxurious neighborhood, while his dad works as the caretaker of the building. She tries to live a parallel life in college pretending to be a part of the rich and famous tribe. Will her parents find out her dual life? Or will her friends outcast her knowing her reality is what unfolds in this Turkish Drama spread over 2 seasons with 174 episodes. You can watch this full series dubbed in Hindi on MX Player.

The Girl Named Feriha
The Girl Named Feriha

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This is my list of the Top 10 Turkish TV Series that you can start to binge-watch right away. Which one are you starting with? Or if you have a different favourite do share in the comment below.

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24 Comments Add yours

  1. Pratibha says:

    I need to start watching some interesting series again! The last one I watched was Bad Boy Billionaires of India.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      You totally should

  2. Dr Bushra says:

    I’ve watched Ertugrul and our story from the list

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      That’s a nice choice

  3. Sanjay Thampy says:

    The reading of these synopsis sounds really interesting.
    Each of the shows mentioned are worth watching.
    With English subtitles, it would definitely be a treat.

    1. Sundeep says:

      Looks like each show is worth watching. I heard a lot about Ertugrul Gazi will definitely going to watch all these shows. Thanks for the recommendation.

      1. Afreen Ansari says:

        That’s my families current favourite too. definitely give it a watch

    2. Afreen Ansari says:

      Indeed totally 🙂

  4. Ramya Mishra says:

    These shows really deserve binge-watching. I would like to watch Ertugrul Gazi, and have to finish the Rise of the Ottoman Empire. Thanks for sharing the compilation.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Now that’s a lovely choice

  5. I have not heard or watched any of these Turkish series. Some look very promising and have an interesting story line too. Definitely checking it out.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      You totally should, you don’t know what you’re missing on 🙂

  6. Raksha says:

    Wow I had never thought of Turkish TV series. Thanks for this list, I will start with one of them as I really need some good TV series to watch.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      That’s great start with Rise of the Ottoman Empire, as its short and very interesting

  7. Quite an amazing list this is ya. Lovely. Thanks for curating it. Helps me choose my next set of Turkish series.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      That’s great to know, happy binge-watching

  8. These seem to be some really gripping series, though I must confess that we have not yet watched any Turkish series. The Empire seems to be really interesting. Will check it out.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      You totally should, especially now as we keep on scouting new content

  9. That’s a quite a big list with great recommendations on Turkish series, shall share with friends who love to binge watch them.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      How sweet of you, thanks

  10. A lovely list of Turkish drama. I loved Turkish romantic series and already watched a few, you can consider watching these too : Aşk Laftan Anlamaz, You Knock on My Door , Erkenci Kus

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Wowww thanks for the suggestion. Aşk Laftan Anlamaz is already in my list and Erkenci Kus for some reason I didn’t like much, had tried it.

  11. You’ve given me such a sooper dooper list to binge watch. The plots of woman and koi ajnaan da definitely intrigue me..so does feliha

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      That’s good to know, you should definitely start with Koi Ajnabee Sa as its a complete series to binge-watch

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