Zabranjeno voce serija 
Aşk-ı Memnu (Serbian: Zabranjeno voce - Strasti orijenta) is a Turkish romantic drama television series produced by Ay Yapım Productions and originally broadcasting by Kanal D between 2008 and 2010. It has been adapted from Halit Ziya Uşaklıgil’s novelAşk-ı Memnu, but takes place in the modern day instead of the novel’s late 19th-century setting.
Strasti orijenta

  •  Bulgaria - as Забраненият плод on bTV (Bulgaria).
  •  Croatia - as Strasti Orijenta on Croatian Radiotelevision
  •  Pan-Arab States - as العشق الممنوع on Middle East Broadcasting Center
  •  Romania - as Iubire ascunsă on Romanian Television.
  •  Serbia - as Zabranjeno voće on Radio Television of Serbia.
  •  Slovenia - as Prepovedana ljubezen on Radio Televizija Slovenija.
  •  Indonesia - as Forbidden Love on MNCTV
  •  Malaysia - as Forbidden Love on RTM TV2
  •  Singapore - as Forbidden Love on MediaCorp TV12 okto
  •  Hong Kong - as 慧眼 on TVB Pearl
  •  Republic of China - as 慧眼 on Public Television Service

Adnan Ziyagil lives in a mansion (konak) on the shore of Istanbul’s bosporus strait with his two children Nihal and Bülent, his playboy nephew Behlül, and the children’s nanny Deniz. Zabranjeno voce When Adnan meets Bihter, a much younger woman, he suddenly falls in love with her. Bihter is also a socialite couple’s daughter and agrees to marry him thinking this as a form of revenge against her mother Firdevs who fancies Adnan. Despite opposition from Adnan’s children and Firdevs, the marriage goes ahead. But then Bihter and Behlül start an affair which will ave far reaching effects.

The series has also been broadcast in Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
Zabranjeno voce