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Shadow of Fatma (Netflix): Find out the release date and first information

April 26, 2021

The original new Turkish creation will feature a cleaning lady who investigates her husband’s disappearance. During his search, he will commit murder, but who could suspect a simple employee who has always been ignored?

Our heroine will do everything possible to cover her tracks, but is it so easy to escape justice? Respond soon on Netflix. After the success of 50m2, the streaming giant has decided to trust Turkish producers, investing heavily in content production.

Shadow of Fatma – Netflix release date is coming soon!

The first season (consisting of six episodes) will be online on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 exclusively on Netflix. Pelin Distas, Netflix original content director for Turkey, said this series is one ” punch to the stomach“. Shadow of Fatma was made by Ozgur Onurme and produced by Basak Abacigil (My brother 2).

Is the cast of the series up to the task?

Most of the actors are Turkish from Shadow of Fatma It is a series that originates from Turkey… The following names may tell you something if you have ever watched Turkish series or movies. The heroine will be played by Burcu Biricik.

Here’s the rest of the cast: Hazal Turesan, Gulcin Kultur Sahin, Cagdas Onur Ozturk, Olgun Toker, Deniz Hamzaoglu, and Mehmet Yilmaz Ak.

What time will Shadow of Fatma season 1 be available on Netflix?

The first six episodes will be released on Netflix at exactly 9:01 am All original creations are published online at the moment (in Spain). Why at 9:01 am and not at 9:00 am? “For more originality” according to the community manager of the streaming platform’s social networks. With the time difference, you will have access to The Shadow of Fatma from 8am if you live in the UK.

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