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bTV Shifts 'Dangerous Attraction' to New Channel, Marks End of Turkish Serials Era

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bTV Shifts 'Dangerous Attraction' to New Channel, Marks End of Turkish Serials Era

In a significant shift from its traditional programming, bTV, a Bulgarian commercial television channel, has announced the transfer of the popular Turkish series 'Dangerous Attraction' to its freshly launched channel, bTV Story, succeeding bTV Lady. The shift signifies the end of Turkish serials' era on the primary bTV channel.

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Changes in Programming: A New Beginning

Starting from December 11, 'Dangerous Attraction,' currently running its sixth season, will air its final season episodes daily at 9:30 pm on bTV Story. The introduction of the new channel marks a notable change in bTV's programming approach. bTV Story aims to provide 48 hours of premiere content weekly, featuring a wide range of romantic, dramatic, and crime series from various countries, including Turkey, Brazil, Mexico, South Korea, the UK, and France.

bTV Story: A Global Platform for Entertainment

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The channel will also introduce 'Family' and 'Golden Boy,' two Turkish series, set to premiere simultaneously with their global release in over 180 countries. Apart from this, the channel will showcase international hits like the Korean series 'I'm Not a Robot' and European productions such as the French series 'Dazzling Sun.'

Worldwide Hits on bTV Story: A Diverse Range

The channel's programming will also feature Latin American telenovela hits 'The Stepmother' and 'Pantanal.' The latter, a Brazilian series, has been nominated for an Emmy and watched by over 150 million viewers in Brazil alone. Additionally, bTV Story will reserve weekend slots for a youth series called 'Hear Me,' alongside various crime genre titles from around the world, offering a diverse range of programming for its viewers.

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