The Turkish series is broadcast to over 55 countries with Iraq being the latest addition.
Iraqi channel Kurdmax has struck a deal with Eccho Rights to air its Turkish drama Legacy. Eccho Rights is owned by Night Train Media.
With this deal, Legacy will now reach over 55 countries. The series will start its fourth season in Turkey later this month, adding another 254 episodes to the run. The series is produced by Istanbul production company Karamel Yapim for Kanal 7.
Speaking about the deal, Handan Özkubat, Director of Turkish Drama, Eccho Rights said: “Daily drama series in Turkey have been pushing higher budget titles in the ratings for a number of years, and this is reflected in the international market where demand for reliable, long-running series continues to grow. Legacy, which is nearing 1000 episodes since 2020, and now Redemption, are high quality, high volume series that win viewers day after day.”