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Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

Millions of viewers worldwide held their breath as they watched the first episode of “The Ottoman,” a new Turkish TV drama, on Wednesday.

“The Ottoman”(Kuruluş Osman), which is the sequel to the globally-acclaimed Turkish TV series Resurrection: Ertuğrul, climbed Twitter’s trending list both in Turkey and worldwide.

The thrilling debut has proved that this new show will unite viewers of all ages around the world on Wednesdays.

Turkish TV series fans flooded social media with comments, praising the cast and the show.

“Finally the series of our great conqueror of the Ottoman Empire, Kuruluş:Osman, has begun. Seeing a lot of spoilers online, can’t wait to be done with Diriliş:Ertuğrul”, wrote one enthralled viewer on Twitter.

“The most successful start EVER” another fan said, as the hashtag gained momentum.

The historical drama is being filmed in the Riva neighborhood of the Beykoz district in Istanbul.

Taking place in 13th century Anatolia, Resurrection: Ertuğrul, tells the story of the period prior to the establishment of the Ottoman Empire around the life of Ertuğrul Gazi, the father of the empire’s first leader.

The series illustrates the struggle of Ertuğrul and his warriors against a plethora of adversaries from the Knights Templar to Mongol invaders.

It sequel, The Ottoman, focuses on the foundation of the Ottoman Empire and the life of Osman Bey, who is the son of Ertuğrul Gazi.

Burak Özçivit plays the lead role of Osman Gazi, the titular character of the fearless warrior and the founder of the Ottoman Empire.

Turkey is one of the top five series-exporting countries in the world, enthralling audiences from Latin America to Central Asia.

Dozens of Turkish series are being followed by more than 500 million viewers in over 150 countries, according to Turkey’s Culture Ministry.

Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

Millions of viewers worldwide held their breath as they watched the first episode of “The Ottoman,” a new Turkish TV drama, on Wednesday.

“The Ottoman”(Kuruluş Osman), which is the sequel to the globally-acclaimed Turkish TV series Resurrection: Ertuğrul, climbed Twitter’s trending list both in Turkey and worldwide.

The thrilling debut has proved that this new show will unite viewers of all ages around the world on Wednesdays.

Turkish TV series fans flooded social media with comments, praising the cast and the show.

“Finally the series of our great conqueror of the Ottoman Empire, Kuruluş:Osman, has begun. Seeing a lot of spoilers online, can’t wait to be done with Diriliş:Ertuğrul”, wrote one enthralled viewer on Twitter.

“The most successful start EVER” another fan said, as the hashtag gained momentum.

The historical drama is being filmed in the Riva neighborhood of the Beykoz district in Istanbul.

Taking place in 13th century Anatolia, Resurrection: Ertuğrul, tells the story of the period prior to the establishment of the Ottoman Empire around the life of Ertuğrul Gazi, the father of the empire’s first leader.

The series illustrates the struggle of Ertuğrul and his warriors against a plethora of adversaries from the Knights Templar to Mongol invaders.

It sequel, The Ottoman, focuses on the foundation of the Ottoman Empire and the life of Osman Bey, who is the son of Ertuğrul Gazi.

Burak Özçivit plays the lead role of Osman Gazi, the titular character of the fearless warrior and the founder of the Ottoman Empire.

Turkey is one of the top five series-exporting countries in the world, enthralling audiences from Latin America to Central Asia.

Dozens of Turkish series are being followed by more than 500 million viewers in over 150 countries, according to Turkey’s Culture Ministry.

Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

Osmani – The Ottoman – Kuruluş Osman – 67 – Part 7

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ATV Live Osman – The Ottoman

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Turkuvaz Media Group (TMG), Turkey’s one of the largest media group, operates in television and radio broadcasting, newspaper and magazine publication and printing. Its flagship TV Channel, ATV, was launched in 1993. Throughout the years, ATV has followed its motto to be at the top, without sacrificing from quality, thus becoming a jewel in the crown of Turkuvaz Media Group.

Other channels in Turkuvaz Media Group (TMG) includes numerous thematic channels, each being leaders in their own category. ATV Europe supports Turks living abroad and introduces bilingual broadcasting in Europe. The group’s leading news channel AHaber offers ultra-quality, HD broadcasting. The sports channel ASpor broadcasts sports games, while MinikA caters for the little ones, and the regional channel Yeni Asır TV is the most effective media organization in the Aegean Region.

Sabah, the group’s most influential national daily in Turkey, Daily Sabah, Turkey’s most-read, best-selling English newspaper, Takvim, which has the highest circulation rate, FotoMaç, the country’s best-selling sports daily, and Yeni Asır, the best-selling regional daily, are the group’s most prominent trademarks in print media. Also, licensed to and published by the group in Turkish are leading world-renowned magazines Forbes Türkiye, Cosmopolitan, Cosmo Girl, Esquire and Harper’s Bazaar.

TMG front-runner, ATV, with powerful advertising capability, has had an active role in shaping Turkish television over the years. The channel is renowned for its enthralling dramas, hilarious comedies, action-packed series and engaging sitcoms – all of which are produced at the highest quality. The TMG and ATV’s prioritizing quality has earned ATV a Quality Medal (QUDAL) from the independent Swiss organization ICERTIAS.

With its creative and pioneering outlook, ATV successfully produces many unique and original programs, bringing an abundance of fabulous stories and first rate actors into your homes via the TV screen. Furthermore, ATV’s distribution unit provides a vast range of choices and diversity, offering over 40,000 hours in TV series as well as TV shows and movies. The popular TV channel’s content sales department is one of the key figures of the Turkish distribution industry, exporting the highest quality drama series to over 60 countries worldwide.

At ATV, we are proud of our achievements, and continue to strive to bring you even more.
This is the World of ATV. Thrilling dramas, side-splitting comedies and gripping action series are delivered to the comfort of your living room… and much more.

Much larger productions; many more choices;
Much more happiness; much more love;
Much more drama; much more fun & laughter.

This is the channel that brings you much more.

Anthony Davis And Dwight Howard Had To Be Separated After Getting Into It During A Timeout

As the Los Angeles Lakers coughed up a lead in the second quarter of their Friday night tilt with the Phoenix Suns, a rematch of last year’s Western Conference quarterfinals, Los Angeles big men Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard had to be separated by teammates after the two got into a scuffle on the bench.

Howard looked to be getting up and infringing on Davis’ space and Davis seemingly took issue with it, extending his arm and causing Howard to fall back toward the seats on the Lakers’ bench.

A subsequent shot captured the two continuing to hash it out verbally with Howard getting frustrated and seeming to repeatedly say “come on” to Davis.

Another returning member of the Lakers’ 2019-20 NBA Championship-winning team, Rajon Rondo, was able to get between the two big men in both situations to settle things down. Earlier in the game, Howard had been called for a personal foul against Suns point guard Chris Paul, slapping at the ball and catching a lot of body from Paul at the same time.

The Lakers went into the half down 13 after their physical play allowed Phoenix to get into the bonus with about 9:30 left in the half. Los Angeles committed 14 fouls in the first half alone, and Davis and Howard contributed two apiece.

Source: https://uproxx.com/dimemag/anthony-davis-dwight-howard-separated-timeout-lakers-video/

Paloma Mami’s “Cosas De La Vida” Is A Galactic Dream

On November 18th, Paloma Mami will be vying for the coveted Best New Artist Award at the 22nd Annual Latin Grammys. The Manhattan-born Chilean-American now lives in Santiago and she’s quickly becoming the gold standard of Chilean Latin Pop. She released her debut album Sueños de Dalí, this past March and there’s a palpable Andean lean to terrific Pop songs with production from Hitboy, Nova Wav, The Stereotypes and others. Stylistically, highlight tracks like”Goteo” and “Religiosa” align her more with the celestial reggaeton-tinged pop of Kali Uchis than with fiercer Latin trap of artists like Karol G and Becky G.

Today, Paloma Mami released “Cosas De La Vida.” the first single from her yet-to-be-announced follow-up album, along with the song’s video that she co-directed. Her pillowy voice rests alongside a delicate acoustic guitar-driven melody and in the video, she’s navigating steadily through space with a panoramic view of the stars and the universe. It paints the imagery that she sings about in the song, of looking to the heavens and dreaming of being with that certain someone once again.

She tweeted today that: “COSAS DE LA VIDA YA ESTÁ AFUERAAA!! Esta canción es muy especial para mi…espero que se pueda transmitir todo el amor que le metí” (“COSAS DE LA VIDA IS OUT!! This song is very special to me…I hope that all you can feel all of the the love that I put into it.”)

Watch the video for “Cosas De La Vida” above.

Source: https://uproxx.com/pop/paloma-mami-coasa-de-la-vida/

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