Yüz Yillik Mucize is an upcoming Turkish Series that is set to release its first episode this week! Translating to ‘One Hundred Years of Miracle’ in English, this Turkish Series written by Nuran Evren Sit and directed by Hilal Saral stars Birkan Sokullu and Ebru Sahin in its lead roles.
You would not want to miss out on this entertaining new Turkish series! Expected to make you laugh and giggle with the budding romance between the two main characters and the individual struggles they harbor, Yüz Yillik Mucize is a captivating series that you will surely enjoy!
To know more about this rising Turkish series, its cast, and its entertaining storyline that’s filled with elements of romance, mystery, and comedic relief, stay tuned! As all you need to know will be provided in this article itself!
Where to Watch Yüz Yillik Mucize?
The narrative of this new and upcoming Turkish television show centers on 130-year-old Ali Tahir (Birkan Sokullu), who meets Harika (Ebru Ahin) after making a significant life decision and begins a new chapter in both of their lives.
The show Yüz Yillik Mucize will be premiering this Thursday itself on 23rd March 2023. The storyline and preview of the Turkish series itself have been keeping fans on edge, wondering how the relationship between our two main characters will develop and grow.
Each episode is expected to run for approximately 120 minutes/ 2 hours and is sure to satisfy you till the release of its next episode. Produced by OGM Pictures, Yüz Yillik Mucize will be available on the Star TV platform, which is available on the local cable for the Turkish audience.
The episodes will also be available on the official YouTube channel of Yüz Yillik Mucize, which will release the episodes a day or two after their initial airing. However, since the show is relatively new and not yet available on many streaming platforms, the Turkish Series will unfortunately not have subtitles and so will be limited to Turkish viewers.
While engaged in combat on the Sakarya Front, Ali Tahir (Birkan Sokullu), our protagonist loses his life and becomes a martyr. He was going to be buried when a miracle occurred, and he rose back from the dead – giving him new life! Thanks to this miracle, Ali is blessed with youth, which allows him to never age.
Continuing his life becomes even more challenging for Ali Tahir, who has accomplished a lot in his 130 years. Ali Tahir’s last name was Kemal, and the only person who knew this was Turgut (Necip Memili), a friend he had known since he was a young child.
On the other hand, our female protagonist Harika (Ebru Ahahin), lived in a house sheltering eight women. Harika was reared by her aunt Süreyya (Zerrin Tekindor), and she shares the home with her aunts, brother, and cousins. She was a lawyer by training who is eager to write and is working hard to complete her first novel.
While she was traveling to write the draft for her first novel, she unexpectedly crossed paths with Kemal. Ali Tahir needs to let go of his burden and share his narrative, while Harika needs to develop a compelling tale. After meeting each other, their lives will change in unexpected ways for them both.
Where will fate lead the two of them? One struggling writer and one never-aging man; how will romance spark between the two as their lives are intertwined with this funny coincidence?
Sokullu began his acting career as early as 2008. Playing our mystical Ali Tahir in Yüz Yillik Mucize, Sokullu gained acclaim for playing “Ayaz” in the television series Little Women. He also received a great deal of praise for the role of “Iron” he played in the 2010–2011 television series Küçük Srlar. In the television series Kurt Seyit ve ura, which debuted in February 2014 and concluded the same year, he co-starred with Kvanç Tatltu.
Playing the role of Harika, Ebru Sahin made her film debut in a series titled ‘Blood Money’ in the year 2016. She also made appearances in the television series Istanbullu Gelin (2016-17) and Forbidden Apple (2018). Her portrayal of the character Reyyan in the TV show Hercai, which premiered in 2019, is where she first gained significant recognition. In 2020, she took home two prizes at the 46th Golden Butterfly Award Ceremony: Best Actress and Shining Star.