VIOLA COME IL MARE STARRING CAN YAMAN, CHANGE OF SCHEDULE: HERE'S WHEN THE FICTION WILL AIR!

VIOLA COME IL MARE STARRING CAN YAMAN, CHANGE OF SCHEDULE: HERE'S WHEN THE FICTION WILL AIR!

The new Mediaset fiction starring Can Yaman, Viola come il mare (Violet like the sea), is getting longer and longer awaited, arousing the curiosity of the Turkish actor's fans who can't wait to see him on the small screen. Aside from a few guest appearances on television, Can Yaman's admirers haven't seen him involved in a serious TV project since Daydreamer. However, the news is now emerging regarding the possible air date of the fiction that will see him as the protagonist together with Francesca Chillemi. Here are the details!

Viola come il mare with Can Yaman: when will it air?

The Mediaset fiction that will see the return of Can Yaman on the small screen was scheduled for the month of March, but some schedule changes have repeatedly postponed the debut date of the television series.

Viola come il mare, in which Can Yaman will star along with Francesca Chillemi, will keep Italian audiences company for about six episodes. It is still unclear when the fiction will start, although some updates on the Mediaset schedule reveal that the television series should air between April and May.

Viola come il mare: the plot

The protagonist of the television series will be Viola (Francesca Chillemi), an astute journalist suffering from a neurodegenerative disease. The woman also possesses a very peculiar characteristic, synesthesia: a peculiarity that allows her to associate a color to each person. This "gift" of hers will prove to be very useful in the investigations conducted by the Police, and it is during the resolution of a case that she will meet agent Francesco Demir (Can Yaman), whom she will nickname "Zelig" because of the colors she sees in him. As a backdrop to the cases on which the two will work, we will see events related to the private life of Viola and Francesco, between which will be born a deep bond that will go far beyond the working sphere ...

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