So what happens is, people gather, they talk, agree on a plan, they're ready to go and we have no idea about what's going on. We just see the end of the plan, meaning that they won't reveal anything. OK, we get it, suspense stuff, yeah! (Or maybe there's no plan written in the script and it just said "everyone agrees on a plan") Then someone bails at the last minute, because, well, who cares? But then the same person comes back, and the impossibly awful shooting scenes on a James Bond level take.place, like literally they shoot at people right in front of them and no one is shot, and there's a so called twist, but not really, it also doesn't add up, could be the worst twist ever, etc. I don't know if these are the same writers or if they hired someone new for the second season, but I don't care really, I can't waste my time googling this fact check, but so far this season is falling apart with so many plot holes and irrational writing which could be forgiven in season 1. Season 1 had at least some chemistry and something new to offer (supernatural events taking place in Istanbul) and also a great villain played by Mehmet Kurtulus. Bring him back already! The new villains in this season are like caricatures, overacting thus making their performance like the villains in cartoons. Season 2 keeps introducing new characters and new plot lines without no connection between them or whatsoever. They are all b-o-r-i-n-g.
By the way, how come the old lady pronounces the name "Hakan" in such a weird way? It sounds ridiculous in Turkish. When the old lady yells his name on the bridge, she sounds like Google pronouncing a word, so robotic and so very strange. I mean, why?
I think the screenwriters decided to cause brain injuries on ourselves. Don't bother watching this season. Such a shame. They really need to hire good actors like Mehmet Kurtulus if they want to have some tension between the protector and the villain.
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