Netflix keeps releasing new series and movies every month, and they just keep getting better and better. From The Serpent to the Thunder Force, and then the last and newest hit one, Shadow and Bone, April’s content is simply stunning, including the Turkish series Fatma. This series follows the story of Fatma, a household assistant who commits an unexpected murder. She committed murder in the process of searching for her missing husband, Zafer, who had just been released from prison. Zafer’s astute underground colleague immediately learned of the heinous deed Fatma had committed. The only way for her to survive in a male-dominated world is to keep on killing.
Even though he had committed murder, he was not at all suspected by the people around him. It was because of the innocent appearance that she was deemed incapable of committing heinous acts. Written and directed by up-and-coming writer Ozgur Onurme, the series is produced by Basak Abacigil Sozeri.
This series stars Burcu Biricik, Ugur Yucel, Mehmet Yilmaz Ak, Hazal Turesan, Olgun Toker to Cagdas Onur Ozturk. The character Fatma is played by Burcu Biricik, winner of the Mannheim Turkish Film Festival Best Actress Award. The 1989-born actress started her acting career by following an internship at the City Theater of Bornova City. There she took part in plays such as İkinin Biri, Yaşlı Hanımın Ziyareti, Vazifemi Yaparım and Yedi Kocalı Hürmüz. In 2007, Biricik was cast in the TV Show Maçolar series, which became his first leading role before Fatma. Biricik mentioned that the story that happened in this series could be about any woman around the world.
We are sure that there are women out there who will see a part of themselves in Fatma’s story. A woman who fights for her existence and to survive in a world dominated by men. Unlike all the invisible women in male-dominated stories, Fatma tries to create a new identity. Biricik also saw Fatma’s story as a metaphorical way of explaining her inner struggles as a woman.
When is Fatma Season 2 Coming to Netflix?
The new Turkish thriller series Fatma starts on April 27th on Netflix. At the center is a 35-year-old cleaning lady who becomes a cold-blooded murderer. That sounds exciting and makes cunning for more. So when is Fatma season 2 coming to Netflix?
Netflix Turkey has become known for some good series on Netflix. The Protector or Ative are extremely popular with the public. Now the next series is coming on April 27th, this time in the Crime and Thrill genre. Fatma is all about a cleaning lady who mutates into a cold-blooded killer at the tender age of 35. What happened there, and when is Fatma season 2 coming to Netflix.
Unfortunately, when asked when Fatma season 2 is coming to Netflix, the answer is ambiguous. At the moment, there is no official announcement as to whether the series will get a sequel. We assume that the streaming service will first look at how the series is received by viewers and then decide whether there will be a second season. If Fatma runs just as well as other Turkish in-house productions, the chance is relatively high.
What the Fatma series is all about?
Fatma is 35 years old and has a simple job as a cleaning lady. She is also a mother and housewife—her life changes when her husband disappears from prison shortly after his release. Fatma goes on a search and unintentionally commits murder. Of course, this does not go undiscovered, and Zafer’s henchmen from the criminal underworld are soon hunting down the common woman. A vicious circle begins for Fatma because she has to keep killing in order to escape the captors and survive. Due to her inconspicuous facade as a cleaner, she can even do this without harm because nobody trusts her to commit such crimes.
In the course of time, Fatma even found pleasure in what she did. The murders and the flight become a kind of relief from the burden of recent years, which only included grief and struggle. How will Fatma’s future look like? Will she become a merciless killer while searching for her husband and seeking revenge for her innocent son, or can she still escape this vicious circle?