On December 27, 2019, the Turkish drama fantasy series, The Gift aired on Netflix. This series is the second Turkish series streaming on Netflix, after The Protector. It is based on the novel Dünyanın Uyanışı by Şengül Boybaş. Dünyanın Uyanışı means the ‘Awakening of the World.’
The show is directed by Ozan Açıktan, Gönenç Uyanık, and Ali Taner. It includes every element of mystery, psychological thriller, and science friction. And now, the show has returned for it’s the second season. The Gift: Season 2 aired on September 10, 2020, on Netflix.
The storyline of The Gift Season 2
The story revolves around Atiye, a young and beautiful painter. She is from a wealthy family in Istanbul. Her life is like a dream come true with a loving boyfriend and a great career. But dreams doesn’t last forever. She goes through sudden horrific changes after she meets Erhan. Atiye learns about ancient symbols in the temple of Gobeklitepe. And realizes that her past life is connected with these mysterious symbols. Her beautiful life goes through a severe turmoil because of the quest involving the mysteries.
Binge It or Skip It
Season 2 of The Gift comes out with a lot of expectations. This time Atiye discovers more power, but there isn’t any major change in her character-wise. Whereas all the characters around him, importantly, the negative ones shine this time. We will recommend to – Stream it!! The Gift is a compelling series which forms a connection of human to the mystical. It doesn’t get overly precious because of it’s ground in reality.
The first season of The Gift premiered on Netflix on December 27, 2019. And the second season was quite evident as it received an enormous amount of love. So, Netflix released it’s a second season this year, September 10. Even for the second time, they didn’t fail us, and most importantly, there will be another season very soon.
The leading character Atiye id portrayed by Beren Saat, Cezmi Baskın as Öner, Tim Seyfi as Serdar, and Mustafa as Civan Canova. Other noteworthy cast members are Mehmet Günsür as Erhan, Meral Çetinkaya as Zühre, Metin Akdülge as Ozan, Başak Köklükaya as Serap, and Melisa Şenolsun as Cansus.