New TV series to focus on Famagusta tragedy during Turkish invasion of Cyprus


A story based on the tragic events that unfolded in the city of Famagusta, Cyprus is coming to MEGA TV in Greece.

Expecting to premiere in early 2024 on the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, the 24-episode series will focus on the tragic events between a young couple and their missing child.

The story will follow the young couple as they are forced to fight during the Turkish invasion, whilst also continuing to hold hope that their lost baby will be found.

According to Hellas Post, the series will see how the past is tangled with the present and how fate can impact the way people lived during the invasion.

Filming has begun on the series and takes place in Cyprus, Athens and London.




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