For fans of What is Fatmagul’s Fault? Episodes with English subtitles are no longer available publicly online. I have found a site that is privately hosting the episodes.
In order to watch the episodes, you must subscribe to my blog and be logged in. The videos are hosted on someone else’s site and I have no control if/or when they will be removed.
UPDATE: I used to have the full two seasons of What is Fatmagul’s Fault but unfortunately the episodes 24 to 80 are no longer available from the video hosting company. I will keep the videos that are still working on my site. If they are also removed from the original video hosting company, then I will be forced to take the pages down.
If you are looking for Fatmagul episodes 24 and up, unfortunately the provider of the video has restricted access to certain countries which is why Season 2 is no longer available on my site. However, it may work for you depending on which country you are in. Click this link to Amara website and maybe you will find the missing videos: http://bit.ly/1GlMuen
Thanks for those who have shown their support! I will eventually stop as I have a very busy schedule and this is only a hobby for me.
Episode 23 Synopsis
In this episode, Fatmagul finds a job helping in Emre’s family restaurant. Mustafa takes his girlfriend Asu (the prostitute) to a fancy restaurant where he knows the Yasarans are having dinner. Asu becomes upset when she realizes Mustafa has a different intention than having a romantic date with her. Meanwhile Mukkades bumps into her ex-lover who is also the real father of her child.
Zevk almak, Enjoy.
Episode 23 Season 1 – What is Fatmagul’s Fault? – English subtitles (full episode)
About What is Fatmagul’s Fault?
The popular Turkish TV series What is Fatmagul’s Fault? is one of my favourite Turkish soap operas. The story is about Fatmagul (which means Fatma-Rose) a young beautiful girl from Izmir who on an unfortunate night is raped by three young men from rich and powerful families high on drugs and booze while their friend Kerim watches. An old Turkish law states that the rapist cannot be charged if he marries his victim. In order to save themselves from incarceration, the three rich boys’ parents pressure Kerim to marry Fatmagul.