GoQuest Media Takes Turkish Drama Ezel to Nigeria

MUMBAI: The viewers in Nigeria will be on an edge-of-the-seat journey from the month of November. GoQuest Media, an India based television content sales agency, has licensed Ezel - a Turkish crime drama series to a popular television channel in Nigeria.

GoQuest Media Ventures, licenses TV series and Bollywood films to territories across the world. Ezel has been a popular TV series and has been broadcasted around the world. GoQuest Media had licensed Ezel to a top channel in Uganda earlier this year. Owing to its strong foothold in Africa and especially in Nigeria, GoQuest has managed to get this famous Turkish Series to Nigeria. With this deal, the company stands true to its image of providing best programming and is proud to bring the first ever Turkish Drama to Nigeria.  

''We have always enjoyed good relationships with broadcasters in Nigeria and continue to license popular Indian series in the territory. Continuing with our initiative to provide innovative content, we look forward to bring interesting Game Show Formats and Entertaining Scripts to Nigeria in the near future'', said GoQuest Media managing director Vivek Lath.

Ezel produced by the renowned Ay Yapim Turkish production company is set in modern day Istanbul, Turkey. In 1997 Omer Ucar (Ismail Filiz) and his family lived a comfortable lower middle-class life, until one day his life was changed forever.  After betrayal by his best friends and the love of his life, Omer returns with a new face, new identity and with a flawless revenge plan. GoQuest Media has licensed Ezel from the global drama and formats distributor, Eccho rights.

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