TURKISH COMEDY
From sit-coms to stand-ups: get ready to laugh yourself silly

The comedy scene in Turkey is thriving, which made putting together this collection a whole lot of fun. There are some side-splitting sit-coms, a fair bit of slapstick and more witty one-liners than you can shake a stick at. And, as an added bonus, we’ve thrown in some live-filmed stand-up shows too. Just, please, no jokes about goats.

Peker Mengen wins the post of mayor in a remote town with the promise of a visit by the prime minister and making the town a province.
Four couples meet at the same party, and a honey-sweet relationship begins between them, only to be replaced by quarrels in the next moment.
Deliha follows the hilarious exploits of a slightly crazy, decidedly droll and genuinely good-natured young woman in search of love.
Sinan is sent to Capadocia by his boss, Isfendiyar to write a screenplay. As he waits for inspiration, Sinan finds himself running first into Eylul.
One day Midyat's Mayor loses his life in a car accident. His wife Xate must do his job.
Estranged family members re-unite to determine whether to pull the family patriarch out of life support or not.
Metin, a guy scared to death of illness and adventure, falls in love with the feisty Hayat. Can this unlikely couple be truly happy together?
The funny little details of everyday life; the simple things that makes us laugh. An unforgettable performance from Cem Yilmaz.
A male and female meet at desolate balcony during a party - a start of a relationship and later marriage.