He completely captivated us as the romantic Serkan Bolat, but he played a very different role in ‘Immortals’, a supernatural horror fiction whose first season of eight episodes is available on the streaming platform.
He completely captivated Spanish audiences as the tender and romantic businessman Serkan Bolat in Love is in the aira famous Turkish series broadcast by Divinity during two seasons in which he starred alongside what would end up being his partner Hande Erçel. But long before that happened, Kerem Bürsin had already forged a career and had a whole acting past behind him in which the most disparate characters can be found.
You can see one of his most different works right now on Netflix, a horror and suspense fiction in which the actor gives life to a badass vampire who is completely opposite to his role in the Mediaset series.
Produced by the Turkish streaming platform BluTV, Immortals it was distributed globally by Netflix a few months after its release and, like the rest of the countries, it also came to Spain, where we did not know Kerem Bürsin, one of its main protagonists, at least as well as we do now. Bass in original title yaşamayanlarvampire fiction tells the story of Mia (Elçin Sangu), a former human turned vampire whose greatest desire is to regain her humanity and leave behind his past as a bloodsucker.
To do so, you have to find Dmitry (Bürsin), one of the most powerful vampires in Turkey and the one responsible for having turned it into the past. Thus, Mia travels to Istanbul in search of her, where she receives the help of Numel and Karmen, but her objective, in addition to not being easy, causes the protagonist to end up being immersed in a dangerous confrontation between humans and vampires. . While, Dmitry continues with his own goal: to develop a machine capable of making him completely immortal.
As you can see in the trailer for Immortals at the beginning of this news, Bürsin’s character is radically opposite to his Serkan Bolat from Love is in the airBut if you like the Turkish actor, it’s a quick and easy opportunity to see him in a completely different register.
Immortals It is also, the example that not all Turkish series work in the same vein, with a single season of eight episodes. Don’t get too hung up on it though, because the series ended on its original platform in 2018 and there has been no news of a potential season 2 since then.
Bürsin, for his part, has acknowledged that he was not very satisfied in his day: “I was one of the producers [además de actor] and I can honestly say that I didn’t like that job very much. Of course the Turks might have liked that work, but we didn’t manage to present it well. It was an experience. It was important to prove it “. Meanwhile, the charismatic actor and producer is still very immersed in his new professional projects.