We first mentioned Netflix’sfirst original production, Hakan: Guardian, in December of last year. Hakan: The Guardian was followed by filming of Netflix’s second domestic original production, The Gift.
Today, a new story about Netflix’s work in our country has emerged. Netflix today announced at The Frankfurter Buchmesse, one of Germany’s largest book fairs, that she has received the rights to author Elif Shafak’sbook “Love“.
Netflix, which acquired the rights to Elif Shafak’s book “Love”, will shoot a series based on the book in question. Add that no information about the production and timing details of the original series to be shot has been shared. Add that the deal with Netflix was commissioned by Luke Speed of curtos brown group.
Let’s also mention that the book Love, published in 2011, has a very successful sales chart. Love, which has sold more than 850,000 copies in Turkey alone, has been translated into 37 languages.
He reads in these two parallel stories, which span the seven centuries in the book of love and mirror each other entirely through two different cultures. The most important poet and mystic of the 20th century, Mevlânâ Celâleddin Rûmî,embarks on a profound discovery on the search for Sufism and love on a universal level. We will continue to bring you news about Netflix’s native original content.