(MENAFN) A new Algerian TV series, already gained positive ratings from the North African audience, will be made in cooperation with Turkish media, Turkey-based Daily Sabah reported.
One of the series is a comedy on the life of the famous Ottoman officer Hasan Corso, who was
born in Corsica in 1518, educated by the Ottomans in Istanbul and later sent to Algeria, where he rose through the ranks of the military to gain the title Agha.
Scenes for the series "Ar-Rais Corso" are being shot in historic locations in Istanbul, with the cooperation of the Esh-Shuruk Media Production Company and Turkish technicians.
The second series, "Those Days," is a historical drama about life in Algeria during the 1990s.