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Betus the fairy, meets human-being Sadik whose wife passed away, and fall in love with him. They try to build a happy family with Sadik's 2 sweet child but Betus's mother Dudu never let them to be happy.
"The Paradise Quarter" is located at the outskirts of Istanbul. A place abundant with dance, music and love. The most beautiful girls, the most swaggering young men, the most talkative, nice and emotional people are living here.
Dilek, a down-to-earth, happily married mom of three, had her tidy world up-ended by the arrival of her celebrity sister, Arzu. Dilek and her husband, Faruk will find new parenting challenges as Arzu tries to influence their three impressionable kids.Written by
The remake of a less than average sitcom Hope and Faith, Belalı Baldız didn't stand a chance even at the beginning. Even though the plot didn't have a shot, the celebrities that starred in it had. Nurgül Yesilcay, who is considered as the Sultan of Turkish movies and TV shows, Berna Lacin, a beloved actress, as well as Kenan Isik, who had a recent success in the sitcom area while filming yet another remake of US sitcom "The Nanny"; carried the show on their shoulders. However, with a weak plot, their chance was slim. The show went on as long as it could, but they couldn't make it to the second season. Maybe the lesson learned from this could be to not make the remakes of average US sitcoms, but to come up with funny shows that suit the values of Turkish society.
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